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Eat Seafood, America Campaign Downloads & Social Shares

Here’s How You Can Help:

  1. 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.
  2. Post a photo of your meal, tag it with #EatSeafoodAmerica.
  3. 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!

Themes to Support #EatSeafoodAmerica this Summer

Download the partner toolkit here.

Summer Inspired by Seafood

Summer Starts June 20
(Lobster Day is June 15)

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  • As the summer begins, so do the outdoor gatherings. Keep your family full and healthy with fresh summer seafood recipes everyone will enjoy. #EatSeafoodAmerica For summer seafood inspiration, check out: https://www.seafoodnutrition.org/summer-seafood/

Photo by @jennyshearawn

Recipe Roundup

Healthier & Happier with Seafood

June is Men’s Health Month
(Father’s Day is June 20)

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  • June is Men’s Health Month, so we’re supporting a longer, happier, and healthier life with seafood. Fish and shellfish are packed with nutrients that support brain and heart health, improve physical performance, and regulate metabolism and body temperature. So support men’s health with us by consuming seafood at least twice a week! #seafood2xwk Let’s #EatSeafoodAmerica

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Seafood Is Brain Food

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

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  • Eating fish is associated with better brain health as we age. People who eat seafood regularly are associated with a 20% lower risk for Alzheimer’s type dementia. Plus, eating fish is linked to lower rates of depression. For Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, don’t forget to treat your brain right and eat #Seafood2xWk! #EatSeafoodAmerica https://www.seafoodnutrition.org/seafood-101/healthy-living/healthy-aging/

Blog Posts

Seafood: Great on the Grates

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  • From newbies to grill masters, anyone can cook seafood on the grill. Check out this simple grill guide for all your seafood grilling needs: https://www.seafoodnutrition.org/seafood-101/cooking/your-mini-guide-to-grilling-seafood-perfectly/ #EatSeafoodAmerica

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Campfire Cooking: Enjoy the Great Outdoors

June is National Camping Month

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  • Cooking over an open fire doesn’t have to be boring. Drop those traditional camping meals and try adding seafood options to your menu! Roast that fresh-caught fish, broil oysters over an open flame, or try a salmon dog, pollock burger or shrimp skewers! #EatSeafoodAmerica

(Note: Recipe series is coming soon!)

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Celebrate With Seafood

Outdoor entertaining leading into Fourth of July

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  • Bored with the usual foods you eat at outdoor gatherings? Replace them with healthy and delicious seafood options. We’ve got you covered with recipes for the grill (including amazing kabobs), picnic foods, fun fruit salsas and more! https://www.seafoodnutrition.org/summer-seafood/ #EatSeafoodAmerica

Recipe Roundup

Healthy & Delicious for All

Family & Friend Gatherings leading into Fourth of July

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  • As we celebrate summer with our family & friends, remember everyone’s favorite seafood dishes – they are delicious & healthy! DYK, the new dietary guidelines recommend that people of all ages eat seafood at least twice a week (you can do that!). #EatSeafoodAmerica

Life Can Be a Picnic

July is National Picnic Month

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  • Celebrate National Picnic Month by gathering around the picnic table and enjoying the great outdoors with seafood on your plate! Picnics can be easy and nutritious with tasty options like crab dips, seafood salad and shrimp pasta salad. Click for perfect picnic #recipes: https://www.seafoodnutrition.org/summer-seafood/ #EatSeafoodAmerica

Take Your Tastebuds on an Adventure

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  • Traveling to new places means trying new things, especially new seafood dishes. Take your tastebuds on an adventure this summer with different flavors, species, and textures. Check out recipes: https://www.seafoodnutrition.org/recipes/ #EatSeafoodAmerica

Little Seafoodies: Big Yums + Big Brains

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  • When kids eat at least two servings of seafood each week, the benefits are big. Fish and shellfish supply the nutrients, vitamins and #omega3s essential for strong bones, brain development, and a healthy heart and immune system. https://www.seafoodnutrition.org/seafood-101/littleseafoodies/benefis-of-seafood-for-kids/ #EatSeafoodAmerica #Seafood2xWk

Posts & Links

Seafood Is Simple

Many fish dishes cook in 15 minutes or less

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  • Need something quick and easy for #dinner? Most seafood cooks in 15 minutes or less. For #recipe inspiration, visit https://www.seafoodnutrition.org/recipes/?fwp_dietary_considerations=quick-meals #EatSeafoodAmerica
  • Good rule of thumb: Try the 10-minute rule, which says you should measure the fish at its thickest point, and cook it on medium-high for 10 minutes per inch, turning halfway through the cooking time. #EatSeafoodAmerica #RealSimple #DYK #EasyDinner
  • Life can be complicated, especially during these times. Meals can be simple with seafood. Need a quick #recipe? Many fish dishes can be made in 15 minutes or less. Plus, if you didn’t plan ahead, seafood can be cooked from frozen! Check out this blog post for more #tips https://www.seafoodnutrition.org/seafood-101/recipe-roundup/simple-seafood-recipes/ #EatSeafoodAmerica #weeknightdinner #athome

Eat Seafood America because it is simple and delicious