SeaFood Business

APR 2014

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Visit us online at April 2014 SeaFood Business 49 Product U pdate is $6.99 to $7.99 for a 1 . 7- o u n c e p a c k a g e . C o n t a c t Acme Smoked Fish at (718) 383-8585 or visit www.acme Clam-packed National Fish and Seafood introduces new varieties of stuffed clams to its Mat- law's brand for retail. Te three new varieties — bacon and cheese stufed clams, chili-lime stufed clams and chorizo stufed clams — are stufed into a natural shell for serving. Six clams come in an 11-ounce package that has an SRP range of $4.99 to $5.99. Contact National Fish and Seafood at (978) 282-7880 or visit EQUIPMENT Cut it out Marel introduces the next generation of whitefsh processing with its new FleXicut, a trimming ro- bot for high-precision bone detection and removal. Te machine incorporates two processing steps — locat- ing the pinbones and cut- ting/trimming to remove the bones — using high- resolution X-ray detection, image control and a water- jet cutting mechanism. By using water jets for the bone removal process, the FleXi- cut can perform a variety of cutting patterns. Its angle cutting option allows it to follow the curved lines of the bone frame closely, thereby further reducing pinbone material. Te auto- mation enables processors to produce bone-free products with virtually no manual handling and introduce new products such as skin-on loins and baby fllets. Con- tact Marel at (206) 781-1827 or visit VALUE-ADDED Putting on the blintz Acme Smoked Fish delivers a Brooklyn classic with ready- to-eat smoked salmon and blinis for retail. Smoked Nova salmon is paired with delicate crepe crust blinis to create a simple gourmet treat for a light meal, quick bite or canapé. Add a drop of crème fraiche and a sprig of dill for a more elaborate presentation for guests. SRP Squid-licious SeaWings Calamari Fries from Phillips Foods' Sea- Wings brand for Sysco foodservice are cut from top-quality Peruvian squid. Te Peruvian coast is heavily populated with giant squid (Dosidicus gigas) with tubes so thick that strips can be cut directly from the tube walls. Phillips' calamari fries are lightly tossed in corn four and sprinkled with salt and other seasonings. Tey go from freezer to fryer in as lit- tle as 3 minutes, and can be served as an appetizer or as part of a main entrée. Con- tact Phillips Foods at (888) 234-2722 or visit www.phil- 28 - 30 Chefs Collaborative Sustainable Food Summit Boulder Teater Boulder, Colo. (617) 236-5200 OCTOBER 2 - 4 GOAL 2014 Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (314) 293-5500 GOAL2014 ✔ Produced by Diversifed Communications, publisher of SeaFood Business and MAY 6 - 8 ✔ Seafood Expo Global and Seafood Processing Global Brussels Exhibition Centre Brussels (207) 842-5504 13 - 16 Fisheries Bycatch: Global Issues and Creative Solutions 29th Lowell Wakefeld Fisheries Symposium Hilton Anchorage Anchorage, Alaska (907) 272-7411 16 - 18 Cooking for Solutions Monterey Bay Aquarium Monterey, Calif. (831) 644-7561 www.montereybay 16 - 18 AquaVision 2014 World Business Conference on Aquaculture Stavanger Forum Stavanger, Norway SEPTEMBER 2 - 4 ✔ Seafood Expo Asia Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre Wanchai, Hong Kong (207) 842-5504 22 - 24 ✔ Seafood Expo Southern Europe Fira de Barcelona Gran Via - Hall 1 Barcelona, Spain (207) 842-5504 17 - 20 National Restaurant Association Show McCormick Place Chicago (312) 580-5403 25 - 30 International Symposium on Fish Nutrition and Feeding Cairns Convention Centre Cairns, Australia JUNE 10 - 13 FMI Connect McCormick Place Chicago (202) 452-8444 Seafood Calendar 49_Products_Calendar.indd 49 3/24/14 3:10 PM

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