North Coast Seafoods Relaunches the Popular Frozen Naked Seafood Line
(UNITED STATES, 1/20/2023)
North Coast Seafoods, leaders in premium quality, Certified Sustainable seafood, is relaunching their popular Naked Seafood Collection with new packaging and size options, available January 2023.
Naked Seafood represents the finest quality, best tasting, all-natural and sustainable products such as Naked Salmon, Cod, Scallops, Mussels, and Shrimp, sourced responsibly from local communities around the world and flash frozen at peak freshness. And every Naked product has a “Story of the Seafood” video that shows exactly where each product is coming from.
Naked Sea Scallops are harvested naturally in the North Atlantic Ocean. Every sea scallop is hand-shucked and individually flash-frozen at sea within minutes of catch to lock in maximum freshness. These Dry scallops are absolutely chemical-free with no water added, allowing them to pan sear perfectly and caramelize beautifully to showcase the natural scallop flavor.
“Our mission with Naked Seafood is to deliver exquisite seafood in its purest form – seafood that is wholesome, nutritious, convenient, transparent, and responsible.” says Rich Polins, Principal at North Coast Seafoods.
North Coast Seafoods is dedicated to sourcing Certified Sustainable seafood that is both harmonious with the environment and socially responsible. We are proud to work with leading international sustainability organizations, including the Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP), the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC), the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), and EU Organic to ensure Naked meets the strictest sustainability standards.
The new Naked Seafood options include:
Organic Scottish Salmon
Ocean Raised Norwegian Salmon
Wild Alaska Keta Salmon
Wild North Atlantic Sea Scallops
Wild Icelandic Cod Loins
Organic Smoked Salmon
Naked Scottish Salmon are responsibly ocean-raised in the immaculate ocean waters along the enchanting Coast of the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Each salmon grows naturally in harmony with the environment under the worlds most rigorous farming standards and are fed a 100% organic diet – free of any antibiotics, growth hormones, or preservatives.
These new products will join the existing Naked Seafood lineup:
Raw and Cooked Shrimp
Organic PEI Mussels
Garlic Butter PEI Mussels
Scottish Smoked Salmon
New York Nova Lox Smoked Salmon
Naked Shrimp are responsibly raised without antibiotics in nutrient-rich ocean waters. Absolutely no artificial preservatives or phosphates, just pure shrimp. Emulates a wild shrimp flavor profile with a naturally clean taste and crisp texture.
What is the NAKED Truth? North Coast Seafoods’ Naked Seafood is different from all the rest because of:
Absolutely Nothing Added – Chemicals don’t belong in seafood. Neither do artificial preservatives, antibiotics, growth hormones, or any other additive.
Flash Freezing Technology – State of the art technology has closed the “taste gap” between fresh and frozen seafood. Nitrogen Flash Freezing within minutes of catch locks in peak freshness, texture, and flavor.
No Middleman – North Coast sources directly from the most dedicated and reputable fishermen and women, cutting out the middleman, which gives them total control of quality from sea to shore. Their longstanding fishing partners understand the top-tier quality North Coast expects.
Certified Sustainable – Sustainability is more than just a buzzword, it is our guiding light. North Coast partners closely with the BAP, ASC, MSC, and EU Organic – ensuring the methods they use are responsible
Naked Mussels are sustainably grown on suspended ropes in icy, nutrient rich marine estuaries of Prince Edward Island. Carefully harvested by hand and then purified in filtered sea water to naturally purge the mussels of all sand and grit.
About North Coast Seafoods
North Coast Seafoods is a third generation family-owned American company based in Boston, Massachusetts. At North Coast, Seafood with Integrity is more than just a vision: it embodies its steadfast commitment to excellence.
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