Think Big initiative's ultimate goal is to show their customers even more support through their unique capabilities that can help grow their business.
Chicken Of The Sea Frozen Foods Releases Its 2022 Seafood Industry Survey And Think Big Campaign
(UNITED STATES, 6/27/2022)
Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods (COSFF) launches new corporate campaign, THINK BIG, as the brand highlights their unique strategic offerings around the evolving demands of the seafood industry. As part of this corporate initiative, the brand partnered with leading market research consultancy, Wakefield Research, to uncover how the retail and foodservice industry has shifted over the past twelve months and where it is heading. Results of the survey were based on responses from United States executives and buyers across the grocery retail and food service category.
In the survey food executives and buyers say consumers are trying to recreate the restaurant experience at home.
Key Survey Findings
When asked, 71% of food executives and buyers said seafood was best positioned to handle unexpected challenges and disruptions, compared to the beef (44%), poultry (43%), plant-based proteins (38%), and pork (35%) industries.
After several years of not being able to eat out, food executives and buyers (49%) say consumers are trying to recreate the restaurant experience at home.
Nearly all food executives and buyers (97%) say consumers are willing to try new and innovative seafood products, including 52% who say they are very willing.
Nearly three-fourths of food executives and buyers (73%) have seen an increase in demand for sustainably caught and raised products in the past 12 months, with 30% reporting a significant increase.
Food executives and buyers reported being surprised by consumer requests for value-added (44%) products, as well as products that are ready-to-eat (42%) and ready-to-cook (42%).
Chicken of the Sea 2022 Industry Insights.
"We pride ourselves on our best-in-class customers, team, seafood category expertise, and resources – that is what has brought Chicken of the Sea to a leadership position in the industry. This survey was part of our efforts to provide even better service to our partners," says Brenden Beck, EVP of Sales & Marketing, Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods. "We have been operating in a volatile and changing market these last few years and that has helped us become even more closely connected with our customers to navigate strategically together through these changes. The Think Big initiative is an effort to continue directing resources to those key areas that our customers have identified as their biggest challenges and needs, including innovation, sustainability, supply chain connectivity, and market expertise."
Food executives and buyers reported being surprised by consumer requests for value-added products.
COSFF's Think Big initiative's ultimate goal is to show their customers even more support through their unique capabilities that can help grow their business. COSFF is at the forefront of best practices in the industry by pioneering sustainability and strategic customer partnership. In addition, it has made a major investment in market and consumer insights, built an expert innovation team to compliment Thai Union's Global Innovation Center, and has the most developed QA network in the industry.
About Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods
Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods(COSFF) is a fully owned subsidiary of the Thai Union Group. It operates seafood brands including Chicken of the Sea, Xcellent, Asian Gold, Orion, and VanCamps, sold at retailers, clubs, wholesalers, broadline foodservice operators, and national restaurants chains.
Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods, headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., sources responsibly and enforces a strict code of conduct with suppliers throughout the world. Established in 2006 in partnership with Thai Union, the newly formed company went from zero to more than a billion dollars in sales within 15 years. COSFF is the #1 importer of shrimp and crab meat in North America and is also a market leader in multiple other seafood product categories.
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