More consumers are seafood-savvy. That means developing and flavoring new seafood dishes requires a new level of creativity with culinary techniques and ingredients.
SOURCE: Australis Inc.
After cereals, seafood might be the world’s most important food, furnishing about 15% of global protein intake. The benefits of a diet rich in seafood have long been touted for cholesterol-lowering effects and heart-healthy benefits. In recent years, specific components of seafood, such as omega-3s and certain roes, have earned recognition for adding special health benefits.