SeaFood Business

NOV 2012

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People in the News Tampa Maid Foods Tampa Maid Foods in Lakeland, Fla., announces the addition of Karen Karl as its director of national accounts. Karl, who has more than 20 years of expe- rience in the food industry, is responsible for developing and expanding national ac- counts. She formerly held national account positions at Surlean Foods in San An- tonio, Texas, and Heartland Catfish in Itta Bena, Miss. National Fisheries Institute Suzanne Arteaga is the new manager of meetings and marketing for the National Fisheries Institute in McLean, Va. Arteaga has been work- ing in the meetings industry for more than 12 years. She earned an event management certification from George Washington University and later received certified meet- ing professional designation. Product Update VALUE ADDED Stuff it Premium Stuffed Clams in natural shells are the latest offering from Sea Watch In- ternational. are loaded combo Shells with clams, cheese, on- ions, peppers and spices. Menu options include appetizers, platters and bar snacks. Each shell contains 2 ounces of stuff- ing and is ready to bake and serve. Contact Sea Watch at (410) 822-7500 or visit www. seawatch.com. Ocean of possibilities King & Prince Seafood adds 44 Seafood Foundation Linda Cornish is the execu- tive director of the Seafood Foundation in Washington, D.C., a new nonprofit or- ganization that aims to ad- dress seafood deficiency in the American diet. Cornish has a long history as a senior business executive and in growing organizations. She was previously COO at the Bill of Rights Institute in Washington, D.C. She also served as VP for the Greater Memphis Chamber of Com- merce, where she co-founded the Memphis Farmers Mar- ket, and worked at consult- ing giant Arthur Andersen. Diversified Business Communications Sean Murphy is the new online editor for Seafood- Source.com, for which he writes news, edits freelance contributions and plans pre- mium content for the site's members. Murphy has a 10 battered and bread- ed pollock options to its Ocean- way sea- food line. Te new items are available in a variety of shapes and portion sizes that are suitable for an array of menu options, including sandwich- es, fish and chips, fish tacos, salad toppings, custom plat- ters, buffets and kids' menus. Te line features consistent piece sizing, economical pric- ing and easy preparation. In addition to the 10 new pol- lock items, the Oceanway line includes a full selection of breaded shrimp, ranging from dinner shrimp to pop- corn shrimp. Contact King & Prince Seafood at (800) 841-0205 or visit www.kp seafood.com. SeaFood Business November 2012 career in journalism that spans more than 14 years, working as a writer and edi- tor in a variety of markets from small-town newspapers like Foster's Daily Democrat to big-city dailies such as the Boston Herald. More re- cently, as the associate editor of Supply Chain Management Review, a corporate manage- ment magazine, Murphy wrote and edited pieces for print and the web. Seafood- Source.com is owned by Diversified Business Com- munications in Portland, Maine, publisher of SeaFood Business and producer of sea- food expositions worldwide. Global Aquaculture Alliance Te Global Aquaculture Alliance in St. Louis chose board member Jeff Fort to serve as its new CFO. In this role, Fort coordinates finan- cial processes, administrative procedures and policies and technology development for the international nonprofit. Fort was an officer and board member of the Aquaculture Certification Council, which initially coordinated the Best Aquaculture Practices pro- gram. Fort's Bluecadia Aqua- culture Group was a found- ing member of GAA, and he holds interests in several national and international companies that produce, process and distribute aqua- culture products. He is also a partner at AmericaMeadows. com, a leading online retailer of wildflowers. Pouch for one StarKist's Tuna Creations line features 2.6-ounce single-portion pouches in four flavors: herb and gar- lic, hickory smoked, sweet and spicy and zesty lemon pepper. Te single-serve pouches range from 80 to 110 calories each and can be tossed on a salad or eat- en as an on-the-go snack. Te pack- aging for the pouches locks in f r es h n es s and requires no drain- Single- ing or mixing. serve StarKist Tuna Cre- ations pouches have an SRP of $1.79 each. Con- tact StarKist Co. at (412) 323-7400 or visit www. starkist.com. EQUIPMENT Sea-Sheller shells seashells Spirit Foodservice introduc- es a stainless steel version of its Sea-Sheller. Te Sea- Sheller is a utensil designed to open shellfish like a zip- per. Previ- ous ver- sions had been made in heavy- duty plastic for casual seafood restau- rants, and the stainless steel version is designed to be attractive for fine-dining. Te Sea-Sheller weighs about 6 ounces and is dishwasher safe. Contact Spirit Foodservice at (800) 343-0996 or visit www. spiritfoodservice.com. Visit us online at www.seafoodbusiness.com

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