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.
Stavis Seafoods, a multinational fishing company and seafood manufacturer, today announced the promotion of David Lancaster to President of Stavis Seafoods and will lead the company’s executive leadership team. Lancaster, who previously served as Vice President of Sales at Stavis Seafoods, has more than 30 years of experience in sales, management and the seafood industry. In this new role, Lancaster will be responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of the company. He will also be charged with executing the company’s growth strategy by driving sales, increasing operational and purchasing efficiencies and execution, expanding our brand across multiple channels and growing our retail and national account customer base and product capabilities.
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.
New England-based seafood manufacturer has the inventory and worldwide reach to meet the expected demand.
March 20, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing how people are getting their food. In order to limit exposure to the virus, consumers are eating more meals at home. Because of this increase in home-meal preparation, retailers and home delivery companies are going to see a spike in sales in the coming weeks. Consumers worldwide are grabbing everything they can off the shelves, including fresh and frozen seafood.