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.
Impact of Donors
We thank you and need you!
Donors and volunteers make the mission and work of Seafood Nutrition Partnership (SNP) possible. We thank you for supporting our work with your time, treasure and talents. We cannot do this critical work without you and together we will continue to increase seafood consumption in the U.S.!
The Eat Seafood America! campaign is a unifying consumer-facing campaign to encourage Americans to buy and eat sustainable seafood for health and to support the U.S. seafood community affected economically from COVID-19. The campaign includes a combination of campaign assets and messages, digital media outreach, public relations outreach, and earned media. We invite you to join and support this campaign.
little seafoodies digital campaign
SNP recently completed an eight-week digital pilot campaign in Indianapolis, where seafood dollar sales grew by 2.4% promotional period year-over-year, generating a 300% return on investment. LEARN MORE
SNP recently boosted top retail RDNs’ understanding of sustainable seafood by 86% with new resources on how to buy sustainable seafood. RDNs are the in-store experts consumers turn to for nutritional advice, so as we increase their knowledge, educating them on certifications to look for, species available and the ease of preparation, they in turn directly advocate for increased seafood purchases.
- 1.3 BILLION total communications impressions
- 2.4% seafood dollar sales growth in launch of Little Seafoodies Digital Pilot Campaign
- 7.7 IQ point gain in children when moms ate seafood during pregnancy, as shown in two PLEFA journal papers supported by SNP SNAC
- 26,000+ registered dietitians reached to date
2020 Underwriting Sponsorship Opportunities now available!
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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.