American Lobster Products Ready to Conquer the French Market
December 15, 2022
More than 30 chefs, importers, distributors, and journalists attended the American Lobster Products Culinary Masterclass and education session on November 21, 2022, at the acclaimed Albert de Mun School in Paris.
American Lobster Products Gain Interest in Middle East
December 15, 2022
As an emerging culinary hot spot, Food Export—Northeast is targeting Dubai with promotion to educate chefs, importers and distributors on the breadth, quality, and availability of American lobster products.
Processed American Lobster Generates Interest at Busan International Seafood Expo
November 23, 2022
Korean In-Market Representatives, Kristie Park and Ken Yang, were on hand at the Busan International Seafood & Fisheries Expo to connect with potential buyers and collect qualified trade leads for the Northeast seafood industry.
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