Top Three Picks from Danziger Open House in Israel

May 17, 2022 Danziger

Danziger invited their customers; growers, buyers, wholesalers, importers and florists from Israel and abroad to discover their latest innovations and to learn about their best seller’s assortment from Danziger experts during their Open House event.

NFI’s Top 10 List Offers a Look Back in Time

In 2020, Americans ate 19 pounds of seafood per capita, down slightly from 19.3 pounds in 2019. The onset of COVID-19 brought significant disruption to traditional business operations and consumer behaviors. While restaurants were forced to shutter, there was an impressive up-tick in seafood purchases at retail but apparently not enough to find an equilibrium in the first full year of the pandemic.

Sullivan, Murkowski Welcome Signing of American Fisheries Advisory Committee Act

President Joe Biden this week signed the American Fisheries Advisory Committee Act into law, bipartisan legislation authored by U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) and cosponsored by Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) that will create an industry-led committee to assist in the administration of federal fisheries marketing, research, and development grants. 

North Country Smokehouse on Shelf at Erewhon Market

“If it’s here – it’s good for you”. More than a clever tagline, it is a promise made by upscale retailer, Erewhon Market. The West Coast grocer is focused on helping the community live a more radiant lifestyle through exceptional, organic eats. As part of their nutrition-driven mission, the company recently added several all-natural, Certified Humane® and USDA Organic smoked skus to the store shelf.

Portillo’s and Field Roast Team up to ‘Teach an Old Dog New Tricks’ With Portillo’s First Plant-Based Hot Dog


Hot dog lovers are finally getting a plant-based version of the iconic Chicago-style dog. Greenleaf Foods, SPC, owner of leading plant-based brand Field Roast™, announced today a partnership with hot dog institution and fast-casual chain Portillo’s (NASDAQ:PTLO). Serving Chicago-style hot dogs for 59 years, Portillo’s is proving that you can ‘teach an old dog new tricks’ by introducing its first-ever plant-based hot dog.