Eat Seafood, America Campaign Downloads & Social Shares
Here’s How You Can Help:
- Eat seafood and buy seafood. It’s as simple as that! Buy it online or order pick-up from purveyors, restaurants, mail-order, grocery stores.
- Post a photo of your meal, tag it with #EatSeafoodAmerica.
- Repeat. Keep supporting our nation’s seafood community by eating seafood and buying seafood as often as you can.
And, remember, we’re here to support our communities and fellow Americans – be nice and stay positive. Thank you!
Welcome to the Eat Seafood America! Communications Calendar Toolkit for Winter 2023,
a free resource for you to share the health benefits of eating more seafood as recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
Themes to Support #EatSeafoodAmerica this Winter:
*Right-click on the video or image to download and save
Start Fresh With Seafood
Feel At Ease With Seafood
#DYK seafood has been shown to help us feel more calm and at ease? Think of seafood as #selfcare – you get to eat something delicious while doing something very healthy for yourself. #EatSeafoodAmerica
Start Your Day With Seafood
Get Smarter With Seafood
Get Heart Healthy With Seafood
- Quick Recipes
- Ultimate Guide to Cooking Seafood
- 6 Simple Techniques for Cooking Fish
- 5 Weeknight Dinner Hacks by Cookbook Author, Dietitian & Momma of 3 Dana White
- 6 Reasons to Add Seafood to Your Menu post by NOAA Fisheries
- Dish on Fish Blog
Easy Seafood Cooking Tips for Busy Families
- Cook it from frozen: Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute offers a series of tasty recipes called Cook It Frozen!®. Frozen seafood can be prepared in as little as 10 minutes. You can also stock up on frozen seafood when it’s on sale.
- Stock up on canned seafood: When you’re at the grocery store, grab canned, tin, or pouch seafood (especially when on sale). Canned seafood often offers a more reasonably priced option and can be tossed into salads or pasta for an easy meal.
- Cook it once, eat it twice: Try doubling recipes to get ahead on cooking and have a dinner or lunch ready for later in the week. Recipes that freeze well, such as stews and casseroles, are great to double. Also, consider cooking an extra piece of fish to use on a salad or in a sandwich the next day.
- Grab-and-go options: the easiest cooking tip of all is to grab pre-prepped seafood from your local grocery store to just bring home and heat!