Seafood from the Northeast United States has a decades-long reputation for superior freshness, consistent quality, deliciousness, food safety, and sustainability. Visit our Seafood Buyers Guide to learn more about products from our region.
For more information on Northeast U.S. seafood products and to connect to our In-Market Representative that covers your country, email email@example.com.
Are you interested in a specific Northeast U.S. fish or shellfish product? Please complete our Trade Lead Form to get started.
For assistance with trade leads, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also meet with Northeast U.S. seafood suppliers and/or representatives from Food Export USA-Northeast at the upcoming Global Seafood events listed below.
Product Promotion Support: We support a variety of activities to promote Northeast U.S. fish and shellfish products in foreign markets. These include chef education, culinary demonstrations, and retail and foodservice promotions. Watch our videos to learn more.
Market Promotion Reimbursement: We can support the promotion of U.S. seafood products in your market through our cost-share Branded Program. To participate, your U.S. supplier must apply and be approved. Eligible expenses incurred on behalf of your U.S. supplier include advertising and online marketing, trade shows, in-store/foodservice promotions, and more.
Download our Branded Program Importer Manual below to learn more. (Choose appropriate language from drop-down menu.)
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