We invite you to discover the science behind the power of seafood — why it is so vital to our health and the health of the planet.
Seafood Nutrition Partnership (SNP) is the leading 501(c)3 non-profit organization in the U.S. building awareness of the health and nutritional benefits of seafood. SNP is addressing the country’s public health crisis through education programs that inspire Americans to incorporate more seafood and omega-3s into their diets for improved health as per leading health organizations. Learn More >
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SNP Press Releases
The National Seafood Council Task Force, with the support from the Walton Family Foundation, is announcing the launch of a scholarship program to open up more opportunities for small- and medium-sized seafood businesses to participate in this important initiative to develop a holistic consumer marketing and education campaign.
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.
In the News
National Fisherman highlights the impacts of Seafood Nutrition Partnership's latest initiative, Eat Seafood America!
National media outlet, Forbes, featured the Eat Seafood America! initiative, the Seafood4Health Action Coalition efforts to support the seafood industry and help Americans remain healthy through this public health crisis. Margot Wilsterman wrote: The coronavirus outbreak has disrupted nearly every aspect of the seafood supply chain. With restaurants shut down, fishermen have fewer markets available in which to sell their seafood. Decreased wholesale demand has forced many processors and distributors to change the ways they are doing business. Direct to consumer models are catching on as Americans remain in their homes. As the number of people cooking for themselves grows,...
A New York Times article looks at the latest evidence on, Why Children (and Pregnant Women) May Want to Eat More Fish. The author asks, "Does fish make children smarter? There is some evidence that it might."
On Wednesday, October 16th, 2019, SNP President Linda Cornish testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation about the importance of seafood for the health of Americans and increasing the availability of sustainable U.S. seafood.
Happy National Seafood Month! To celebrate, we are bringing the focus back to family. Magic happens during family mealtime when children and parents gather around the table and engage each other in conversation.SNP Communications Manager and Dietitian, Valerie Agyeman, RDN stopped by ABC7's Good Morning Washington Show to talk about the health benefits of eating seafood and shared 4 family-friendly delicious seafood dishes!
Research found the mean Omega-3 Index levels in the "Stroke/Heart Attack Belt” were 4.4% - relatively low compared with the desired 8%–12% "cardioprotective target," the range shown to be beneficial to help prevent cardiovascular disease. Low Omega-3 Index levels in this region correlates with a higher risk for disease