SeaFood Business

MAR 2014

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Product U pdate Bulk LN 2 Food Freezing System. Introducing ChillZilla ® LN 2 from Chart. The ChillZilla system is engineered to supply consistent liquid nitrogen for optimum food freezing production throughput. By measuring the liquid parameters, including the temperature inside the tank bottom, the ChillZilla PLC automatically provides the precise LN 2 supply pressure to the freezer regardless of the tank liquid level. • Maximize LN 2 freezing production throughput • Eliminate urgent ref lls to stabilize LN 2 f ow rate • Reduce delivery charges – use 95% of tank capacity between ref lls Smartest Monster in Cryogenics Search ChillZilla LN 2 online to learn more. www. 1-800-400-4683 Booth#1270 SPICES Fish favor Healthy Solutions Spice Blends' new seafood spices are designed to enhance but not overpower the natural taste of a variety of seafood. Te blends include herb-crusted tilapia, shrimp scampi, Cajun seafood, encrusted haddock, lemon pepper scallops, sesame ginger tuna, grilled swordfsh and salmon with dill. Te spices have an SRP of $2.99 to $3.29 per package. Contact Healthy Solutions Spice Blends at (603) 622- 8744 or visit VALUE-ADDED Smoking and drinking Sullivan Harbor Farm Smokehouse in- troduced two tequila-infused smoked salmon prod- ucts: a single- smoked fllet and double- smoked bite- sized chunks of salmon, the Tequila Bites. Infused with Partida Tequila, the smoked salmon combines the earthy, sweet favor of agave with the tartness of fresh lime juice and the fnishing polish of the te- quila. Tequila bites are available in retail 6-ounce packages or 1-pound foodser- vice sizes. Te tequila-infused smoked salmon fllet is ofered in 8-ounce retail packages or as 2.5-pound fllets. Con- tact Sullivan Harbor Farm Smokehouse at (800) 422-4014 or visit www.sulli- Old (and new) school Bumble Bee Foods reintroduced two heritage products, complete with throwback labeling from the 1950s. Te new products are 7-ounce cans of high- quality solid white and solid light tuna in spring water that are geared to remind baby boomers of simpler times and intro- duce Bumble Bee to younger audiences. Te company also recently intro- duced its Bumble Bee SuperFresh Premium Fresh Frozen line of seafood that is cleaned, cut and fresh frozen within hours of harvest. Te six favors include Spicy Shrimp Romes- co, Lemon Shrimp with Garlic & Herbs, Salmon with Garden Pesto, Salmon with Garlicky Black Pepper & Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Tilapia with Lemon, Pepper & Herbs and Tilapia with Garlic & Ex- tra Virgin Olive Oil. Tey have an SRP range between $8.99 and $9.99. Contact Bumble Bee Foods at (858) 715-4000 or visit Get your own boquerones New white anchovies from Wild Plan- et Foods are available packed in water or extra virgin olive oil. Known as bo- querones in Spanish restaurants, Wild Planet's white anchovies have a clean and mild favor and are smaller and lightly salted with a delicate texture — suitable for a tapas platter, tossed into a Caesar salad, chopped into a pasta or as a snack straight from the can. Te anchovies have an SRP of $2.79 to $2.99 for each 4.375-ounce easy-open, pull-top can. More information can be found at Skrei U.S.A. Te Norwegian Seafood Council launched a U.S. tour to introduce chefs to skrei. Te seasonal cod migrates along the Barents Sea to its spawning grounds of Norway's northern coast. It is only available between January and April and must meet strict criteria to be classifed as skrei. Considered a culinary delicacy, skrei is known for its white, lean, faky meat and delicate favor. Contact the Norwegian Seafood Coun- cil at (617) 834-1449 or visit www.Sk- Visit us online at March 2014 SeaFood Business 81 81_ProductUpdate.indd 81 2/18/14 9:49 AM

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