Live Demo by Chef Andy Matsuda of Sushi Chef Institute at Seafood Expo in Boston – presented by GADRE

March 3, 2022 Gadre USA

In conjunction with its exhibition at the Seafood Expo North America, Gadre announces a partnership with the Sushi Chef Institute alongside the renowned chef, Andy Matsuda. With the full cooperation of all parties, we are committed to give five (5) Professional Craftsman Scholarships for Chef Andy Matsuda’s 8-week Professional hands-on lecture produced by the Sushi Chef Institute.

Famed Celebrity Chef Nancy Fuller to Keynote Third GAPP Annual Meeting

Food Network-famed Chef Nancy Fuller will deliver the Surimi-themed keynote address at its third annual meeting, the Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) announced today. Fuller, the well-known host of her show Farmhouse Rules and renowned judge on Food Network’s Holiday and Spring Baking Championships, partnered last year with GAPP and Trident to introduce surimi seafood game-day recipes to consumers during the popular Super Bowl season.

Surimi Seafood Re-Brand Necessary, GAPP Consumer Research Says

The Wild Alaska Pollock industry must continue to stand united and work to re-introduce imitation crab to consumers, create relevant product nomenclature, positioning, messaging, and retail activation, says new research, the Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) announced.

Data Indicates 2020 Recorded the Highest Percentage of Pollock Consumed by Americans Being of U.S. Origin and Eligible to be Marketed as Wild Alaska Pollock

Based on GAPP’s analysis of 2020 production and trade data, it is clear that Americans are increasingly looking for their Pollock to be Wild Alaska Pollock with a record 61 percent of all Pollock fillets consumed domestically last year being of U.S. origin, GAPP announced.

Surimi Seafood Study Shows Consumers Consider Wild Alaska Pollock a Plus

Consumers long thought to have been put off by terminology used by surimi seafood products in the U.S. market may be able to put those fears to rest after research indicated that consumers are not put off by ‘imitation’ labels and see information about surimi seafood’s origin—Wild Alaska Pollock—as a huge bonus, the Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) announced today.