Mussels in Minutes
How do we get consumers to eat more seafood? Exhibitors at the 2015 Seafood Expo North America in Boston this month showcased plenty of ideas with products focused on convenience, flavor and new concepts.
P.E.I. Mussel King’s new Mussels in Minutes promise restaurant-quality mollusks in three minutes with no mess. The live mussels also include vegetables to stir in.
In addition to introducing barramundi, which is somewhat unfamiliar to the American market, Australis showcased fish taco kits for an easy seafood meal idea.
That’s the stuffing
Encore Seafood’s wild Alaskan salmon pinwheels with Florentine stuffing include a QR code for recipes.
Bring home the seafood
Bold flavors like honey chipotle salmon and tortilla crusted tilapia characterize High Liner’s Sea Cuisine line.
Rebel Fish has found consumers react favorably to its 90-second microwave seasoned salmon.
Wild about you
Trident Seafood’s Alaskan pollock burgers highlight the product’s health benefits and versatility.
One of the show’s Seafood Excellence Award winners, Alaskan Jack’s is a new line of frozen salmon seasoned with eight marinades and dry rubs.
Seared & sliced
A far cry from canned tuna, Bumble Bee’s seared ahi tuna is sushi quality and pre-sliced.
Grab a slice
Quebec’s Groupe Alimentaire Nordique makes pizzas in flavors like seafood marinara.
Nautical Foods’ seafood sausage contains a mixture of tilapia, shrimp and scallops.
In the seaweeds
Azuma dresses up seaweed salad with trendy ingredients like quinoa and wild rice and edamame.