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Alaska Seafood - A Sustainable Selection

Alaska Seafood - A Sustainable Selection

Close your eyes and picture yourself in Alaska. What do you see? If you’ve traveled to this great state then you may have memories of emerald green islands surrounded by a crashing ocean waves. You may see a humpback whale breaching. Maybe you’re picturing the mighty Denali (the highest peak in North America), or an endless view of trees from the window of a small bush plane… One thing all t...

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Pizzas for Profit

If you’re a pizza purist, this post might not be for you. But, if you’re looking to up your pizza game and you don’t mind getting creative – read on! We’re pulling some great ideas from a recent story that ran on getflavor.com about how you can increase your sales through pizza. Here are some of our favorites. Start the day with pizza!  That’s right, breakfast pizza. We especially like...

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Wild Alaska Halibut - a Healthy Option

Wild Alaska Halibut - a Healthy Option

Everybody seems to be talking about “functional foods” right now. Turmeric infused cocktails, salads bursting with cacao, goji berries, and kimchee, and all the acronyms like MCT and CBD…  We like to keep it simple - wild Alaska sesafood - recognized around the world for being one of the healthiest choices on the menu!  Thanks to team at the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, all the nutrit...

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Inventory Highlights Week of April 01, 2019

We've got a lot of amazing options to start the week - no fooling! Beautiful Amberjack out of Daytona Beach, Drum from the Gulf, domestic pompano, red grouper, and tilefish, petrale sole out of Oregon, and that wild catfish people are raving out right now (blog post here: https://www.inlandseafood.com/blog/blue-catfish-a-green-option ). It's also softshell crab season - check in with your...

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James Beard Smart Catch Spotlight on ATL

James Beard Smart Catch Spotlight on ATL

We are excited to share with you that the James Beard Foundation is working hard to raise awareness of sustainable seafood in the Atlanta area during the month of April. If you're interested in getting involved, there are two steps to complete. 1. Join Smart Catch by providing your information here  2. Menu + highlight a sustainable seafood item. This item should be green rated and a big ...

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