The Valuable Role In-Market Representatives Play in Building Awareness and Sales for Northeast Seafood
April 10, 2023
Food Export's network of In-Market Representatives can be a huge asset for Northeast seafood suppliers. If you’re not familiar with how our IMRs operate, here is an overview of what they bring to the table.
2022 Year in Review Part 2: China and Hong Kong Retail Promotions Drive Northeast Seafood Sales
February 20, 2023
In 2022, Food Export–Northeast supported 16 retail promotions, including in-store, online, and combinations of both channels, resulting in a return of nearly US$20 in Northeast U.S. seafood sales for every $1 invested.
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.
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