As consumer preferences toward more healthy options continues to rise, the seafood industry is embracing vacuum skin package (VSP) as a preferred style to better present products such as salmon, cod, tilapia and halibut with retailers.
Kvarøy Arctic, the family-owned Atlantic salmon company based on Kvarøy Island along Norway’s Arctic Circle, is making sustainably raised salmon accessible to a broader audience with its salmon hot dogs now available at 120 Giant Eagle stores in Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. The American supermarket company founded in 1918 is currently carrying all four flavors of Kvarøy Arctic hot dogs including Original, Original & Cheese, Chili & Cheese, and Jalapeño & Cheese.
In the most basic sense, a food has value-added when the ingredients have been changed to make it easier for the consumer. Blue Circle Foods value-added seafood features clean labels and products packaged so they're pre-portioned and ready to cook.
New Zealand King Salmon Co. is expanding its U.S. offerings with a retail line of premium wood-roasted salmon that provides a quick and easy way to transform an ordinary meal into an elegant and healthy repast. NZKS is also the largest salmon company in New Zealand and its Ora King salmon brand, sold almost exclusively to restaurants, is prized by top chefs including Daniel Boulud, Stephanie Izard, and Dominque Crenn. The line, Regal Wood Roasted King Salmon, features ready-to-eat roasted King salmon fillets in four flavors including Wood Roasted New Zealand Beech and Double Manuka – roasted with Manuka wood and glazed with New Zealand's famed Manuka honey.
Scaling equipment is expected to have a significant CAGR of 2.5% during the forecast period.
April 23, 2019
The global seafood processing equipment market size is expected to value $2.51 million by 2025 at a 3.2% CAGR over the forecast period, according to research presented by Grand View Research, San Francisco.