Economic and climate crises prompt frozen seafood market to create and conserve

Published on
October 24, 2022

Despite the daunting economic climate facing down the U.S. grocery sector as 2022 comes to a close, the frozen seafood category remains as resilient and promising as ever – especially for category seafood providers who can capture the attention of a growing demographic of environmentally-conscious consumers known as “climatarians.” With the environment becoming an increasingly influential factor in purchasing decisions in the United States, it’s important for seafood businesses to make sure their frozen products align with sustainable priorities, starting at the point of catch and cultivation and running all the way through to packaging materials. Is there a way to package frozen seafood products sustainably so that they can simultaneously withstand extreme temperatures without comprising quality and not overburden an already plastics-laden planet? Some suppliers are on the path to find out …    

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