More than 60 leading organizations in the nation’s diverse seafood community sent a letter to Congress to support a comprehensive, nationwide seafood marketing and public education campaign.
Registered Dietitian Jessica Miller, RDN has joined the SNP team as Nutrition Communications Manager. She will advance the mission of SNP by building awareness of the need to eat more seafood and omega-3s EPA+DHA for good health.
Seafood Nutrition Partnership (SNP) is pleased to announce new leadership of its Board of Directors with the appointment of Jim Motos of Rich Products Corp. as the Chair of the Board.
Seafood is an important source of iron, zinc, protein, choline, and long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids needed for the rapid brain development that occurs through the infant’s first 2 years of life, according to new DGA 2020-2025 advice.
As a 501(c)3 non-profit reliant on public donations, Seafood Nutrition Partnership is asking everyone able to make a tax-deductible donation on GivingTuesday.
The Seafood Nutrition Partnership is pleased to announce Nelson Griffin of Red Lobster® is joining its Board of Directors.
The Fourth Annual State of the Science nutrition conference welcomes experts in seafood for human health, planetary health and economic health.
Eat Seafood America!, a rapid-response initiative aimed at helping Americans stay healthy during the COVID-19 crisis as well as help boost the U.S. seafood economy, has been successful in encouraging consumers to eat more fish and shellfish.
Women should eat seafood before, during and after pregnancy, and beginning at 6 months of age complementary foods should prioritize seafood, according to DGAC Scientific Report
The Walton Family Foundation has provided funding to the Seafood Nutrition Partnership (SNP) to support the Eat Seafood America! campaign to help the fishing communities and seafood businesses that have championed sustainable seafood over the past two decades. As COVID-19 has disrupted the seafood supply chain in unprecedented ways, the Walton Family Foundation recognized immediately...