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Portland Press Herald: Maine Cooks Offer you these 7 Dishes for the Feast of the Seven Fishes

Portland Press Herald: Maine Cooks Offer you these 7 Dishes for the Feast of the Seven Fishes

“Oysters are so festive and I love the ritual of sharing them as the kick-off to a multi-course meal, whether raw or butter-roasted. Though I usually squeeze the latter with fresh lemon juice just before serving to brighten the flavors, the tang from the seaweed salad in this recipe covers that territory for you. Open…

Manufacturing DIVE: Food Manufacturers Feel the Pinch on Cold Storage

Manufacturing DIVE: Food Manufacturers Feel the Pinch on Cold Storage

New England seaweed producer Atlantic Sea Foods witnessed price bumps from $20 per pallet per month to $50 in the past few years, according to Casey Ballin, director of operations and sustainability. Freight rates for cold storage add another cost, with less than truckload shipping often at least as expensive as leasing the entire vehicle,…

The Whole Story – Cultivating the Future with Whole Foods

The Whole Story – Cultivating the Future with Whole Foods

Our partnership with Whole Foods Market continues to grow, and we are overjoyed to be considered a shining star supplier partner. In The Whole Story, the Whole Foods sustainability standards team and Atlantic Sea Farms leadership outline the positive ecosystem services and community impact provided by the opportunity of seaweed aquaculture.

NOSH.COM: Atlantic Sea Farms launches new branding

NOSH.COM: Atlantic Sea Farms launches new branding

Same us, new look! Consumers will start seeing our new labels and boxes hitting shelves across the country. We’re here to probe that regenerative, family-farmed seaweed is the most climate-friendly food on the planet, and connect more people with that impactful, nourishing, regenerative process of sea farming. Look for our new labels near you and…

CNBC: Lobster fishermen become seaweed farmers as Maine waters warmCNBC:

CNBC: Lobster fishermen become seaweed farmers as Maine waters warmCNBC:

We spent the day with CNBC climate correspondent Diana Olick to share the incredible possibility and momentum of regenerative seaweed farming in the United States. Maine lobstermen continue to lead in this new domestic industry, demonstrating that we can build a more climate resilient food system by looking to the fishers and farmers who have fed the country for…

WSJ: Heating Waters Force Change in Industries That Depend on the Ocean

WSJ: Heating Waters Force Change in Industries That Depend on the Ocean

“Steve Train, a third-generation lobsterman in Casco Bay, Maine, has become a farmer. He started growing kelp–something still plentiful in the area–offshore of his property to earn money during spring months when lobstering is traditionally slow.” Our work to diversify coastal economies in the face of climate change through regenerative kelp aquaculture hit the front…

FOOD & WINE: DO YOUR HEALTH, THE OCEANS, AND FISHERMEN A FAVOR AND PUT SUSTAINABLE SEAWEED ON YOUR PLATE

FOOD & WINE: DO YOUR HEALTH, THE OCEANS, AND FISHERMEN A FAVOR AND PUT SUSTAINABLE SEAWEED ON YOUR PLATE

Celebrating the New Year with this very special feature in Food & Wine! We’re honored to see our work shared in a beautiful two page spread in the latest issue of Food & Wine magazine. Pick up a copy and enjoy this write up and recipe! “Want to eat one of the most nutrient dense…

WELL + GOOD: STEP ASIDE, KALE – IN 2022, YOUR FAVORITE FORM OF LEAFY GREEN WON’T GROW ON LAND

WELL + GOOD: STEP ASIDE, KALE – IN 2022, YOUR FAVORITE FORM OF LEAFY GREEN WON’T GROW ON LAND

Definitely our favorite wellness trend for 2022, kelp! And not just any kelp, kelp being grown right here in the US by good people on a mission to break down and rebuild our food systems with both people and planet in mind.  “…The movement will evolve in 2022 by welcoming a great wave of sustainable…