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What Are Kipper Snacks And Why Are They Fun to Eat?What Are Kipper Snacks And Why Are They Fun to Eat?
Not everyone knows what kippers are, and that’s half the fun. This article introduces the reader to the delicious, nutritious, affordable kipper. With a great description of the fish, it also suggests many ways kipper—or herring fish—can be enjoyed as a snack in everything from guacamole to hummus.



Sustainable SardinesSustainable Sardines
The little fish in the big sea tops the list of the most sustainable seafood, due partly to their place on the food chain and the special processes required to hand-harvest them. Rich in flavor and high in nutrients, sardines are also low in mercury, making them an even more desirable and delectable.



Picnics: A Delicious Way to Eat HealthyPicnics: A Delicious Way to Eat Healthy
Packing a picnic and heading out to the great outdoors is one of the healthiest things you can do this summer. This article offers advice on packing the perfect picnic basket with nutritious, easy-to-eat foods. The list features a wide variety of foods to sample, including tasty tins of mackerel.



How Do I Know Where My Seafood Comes From?How Do I Know Where My Seafood Comes From?
Seafood sustainability is a hot topic these days. This article breaks down the idea of sustainability, what it means now and for the future. It also explains what to look for on shelf stable seafood labels to make sure you’re doing your part to select sustainably sourced fish and seafood.



New News about Seafood for Young FamiliesNew News about Seafood for Young Families
Young families or couples wanting to start a family can rest assured. The U.S. FDA recommends adding plenty of seafood to the menu. On the “Best Choices” list, delicious canned salmon eaten two or three times weekly can help in brain and eye development for new moms and their kids.



5 New Ways to Jazz up Your Tuna Sandwich5 New Ways to Jazz up Your Tuna Sandwich
Everyone loves a good tuna sandwich, and with this article you could eat one every day, literally! The article describes why eating tuna sandwiches is a good idea. It also suggests a number of ways to switch up how you serve it, to always keep tastes buds wanting to try more.



Three Quick and Easy Meal Ideas You May Not Have TriedThree Quick and Easy Meal Ideas You May Not Have Tried
Time-efficient, nutrient-rich and kid-friendly—three of the biggest asks for time-stretched families trying to stay healthy. Here’s how to answer them all. These family meal-planning suggestions take the guesswork out and get the seafood in—with one-pot meals, beans-and-grains dishes and veggie-centric plates.



Add Nutrition to Easy Meals with Canned CrabAdd Nutrition to Easy Meals with Canned Crab
If you think of crab as a costly choice, it’s time to give budget-friendly canned crab another thought. A lean protein source with tender, sweet meat, canned crab makes even weeknight meals special and quick since the tricky process of picking the delicate meat from the shells has already been done.



Add Sizzle to Quick Meals with Shrimp in a CanAdd Sizzle to Quick Meals with Shrimp in a Can
Get more seafood into your weekly routine when you add some sizzle and pizzazz to the menu—we’re talking shrimp! A deliciously lean protein, shrimp is a heart-healthy choice that’s as close as your pantry. Stock up and dress up your table with a quick— and quite snazzy—shrimp dish.



Make Family Meal Favorites with Canned ClamsMake Family Meal Favorites with Canned Clams
Families can get so many essential nutrients from clams—without having to spend a lot of clams. The shellfish has a unique nutrient profile that benefits kids and grownups alike. And because clams are so good, every meal idea helps, especially family-friendly favorites like tasty Italian pasta and pizza.



Seafood is Super-Power-Food for KidsSeafood is Super-Power-Food for Kids
What parent doesn’t want to give their kids the gift of good health? So serve delicious, nutrient-rich super-power seafood at least twice a week for essential nutrients that aid brain and eye development. The Dietary Guidelines recommend it and it’s easier than you think with these kid-friendly seafood tips.



Sustainable and Nutrient Rich Canned Oysters Make Quick MealsSustainable and Nutrient Rich Canned Oysters Make Quick Meals
The world is your oyster, and for nutrition, the oyster is your world. Not only do you taste the delicious sea in every bite, but even better, you also get many important nutrients thanks to the oyster’s unique nutrient profile. Quick and easy to prepare, oysters are especially beneficial for women and children.



Easy Ways to Eat More Seafood on the RunEasy Ways to Eat More Seafood on the Run
Now there’s no excuse not to get more seafood into your day. Albacore tuna is a great way to get nutrient-rich, lean protein on the go. Available in many forms to fit your meal or mindset, albacore now also comes in easy-open cans to make heart-healthy meals quick and easy.



Not a Fish Lover? Tips for Learning to Like SeafoodNot a Fish Lover? Tips for Learning to Like Seafood
There are so many reasons to love seafood. It’s delicious, light and rich in nutrients like Omega-3s and more. It’s brain boosting and heart healthy, too. But what if someone simply doesn’t like seafood? You can still get them hooked. Mild-tasting albacore tuna is the easy way in.



Top Food Trends Translate to New Home CookingTop Food Trends Translate to New Home Cooking
Sardines – the tiny fish that packs tremendous taste – is super rich in nutrients and one of the sea’s most sustainable. Rich, flavorful sardines are trending in restaurants, and also in homes, as more people are bringing this tasty treat to their tables, serving a more sophisticated plate to guests and family.



Latest Dietary Guidelines Recommend a Shift to SeafoodLatest Dietary Guidelines Recommend a Shift to Seafood
You’ve probably heard that seafood is good for you, but if you want the official recommendation from a trusted source, look no further. This article cites the latest findings and recommendations from the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. So eat up. It’s official! Seafood is good food!



Easy Ways to Include More Fish at MealtimeEasy Ways to Include More Fish at Mealtime
Old habits can be hard to break, but if you plan it right, good habits can be easy—and fun—to start. Whether it’s feasting on fish on a day other than Friday or adding seafood to the dishes you already love, this article offers great tips on eating more seafood more often right here.



Salmon for Heart HealthEat More Salmon and Seafood for Heart Health
You probably know that salmon and seafood are good for your heart, but how do their protein and fats benefit you? This article explores how lean proteins and omega-3 fats, as well as selenium, found naturally in seafood and salmon, make a huge difference in heart health.



This is Your Brain on SalmonThis Is Your Brain on Salmon
Does eating fish and seafood really boost brain power? According to research cited within it does. Discover how naturally occurring nutrients in salmon and other fish and seafood can help stave off memory loss and improve mental sharpness in adults, and are essential for brain development in young children.




Seafood Saves LivesSeafood Saves Lives, Brain Cells, and Money
Discover the many ways seafood saves with every serving. Eating salmon and seafood has been proven to keep you living longer—up to 2.2 years longer. Not only that, but salmon and seafood also improve brain power and possibly lower risk for Alzheimer’s in aging adults. Seafood even saves money.



Seafood: The Protein with BenefitsSeafood: The Protein with Benefits
Not all proteins are created equal. In fact, seafood is the only animal protein that delivers unequaled benefits of reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and more. In fact, there might just be more risk in not getting enough seafood in your diet.



Salmon, Diabetes Meal PlanSalmon, Diabetes Meal Plan
The best way to prevent and even fight diabetes is to create a diabetes meal plan that includes essential lean protein in every meal and snack. Learn how salmon and seafood are the perfect choice for the plan because of all the wonderful vitamins, minerals and nutrients they deliver.



Budget Friendly ProteinBudget-Friendly Protein Source for Today’s Ethnic Cooking
Who says seafood has to be pricey? You can enjoy the many delicious tastes of a variety of seafood’s without breaking the bank. These affordable treasures - canned shrimp, oysters, and canned/refrigerated crab - are rich in lean, high-quality protein and hard-to-get nutrients like zinc, vitamin D and omega-3s.



Fish Is for Kids!Fish Is for Kids!
Fish and seafood is excellent for kids for all its nutritional benefits for their developing brains and bodies, healthy hearts and eye health. Because getting kids to eat the recommended 2+ servings per week can be challenging, we’ve included some tips to help make it easier for everyone involved.



Tuna Fish for Your FamilyTuna Fish for Your Family
The Dietary Guidelines recommend getting at least two servings of a variety of seafood per week for better health. If you’re feeding a family, getting the benefits of seafood without breaking your budget is important. Canned tuna offers a low-cost solution. Within are tips on how to get your family to love tuna.



Tuna for Mom’s & Baby’s HealthTuna for Mom’s & Baby’s Health
Eating tuna and other seafood has big benefits for mothers and babies alike. This article makes it easy to remember what’s good about seafood for moms and babies, as well as the limitations pregnant women and nursing mothers should be aware of regarding baby’s heart health and brain development.



What If I Don't Like FishWhat If I Don't Like Fish
There’s no denying it, seafood is one of the best things you can eat to prevent heart disease, stroke and other diseases. But if seafood just hasn’t been your thing, here are a few enjoyable ways to sneak it into your daily diet and reap all of its rewards.