Santa Barbara, California, February 24, 2017 – Salty Girl Seafood, makers of sustainable, traceable, ready-to-cook seafood, are introducing their first item developed specifically with kids in mind – Salmon Bites for Kids – at Natural Products Expo West this March, Booth H933. Packed with omega 3’s and hidden veggies, these bite-sized finger foods are the first wild-caught salmon, breading-free product for kids of all ages. The product has been chosen as a finalist in two categories for a prestigious NEXTY Award, an internationally recognized award given to companies with the most innovative natural products.
Made with wild-caught Alaskan salmon, broccoli, and sweet potato, Salty Girl Seafood’s Salmon Bites for Kids are naturally gluten and dairy free, non-GMO, with no added sugars, and no added artificial colors or flavors. They provide a healthy source of protein (12g per serving) and omega-3s.
“This is an exciting addition to our product line,” said co-founder Norah Eddy. “After hearing parents express frustration over a lack of healthy, easy seafood options that taste great for their family, we rose to the challenge. These Salmon Bites are also sourced with the same sustainability and traceability standards our company has become known for, and providing that traceability information right on the box is a great way to educate our youngest consumers about where their seafood comes from.”
From more than 720 nominations, Salty Girl Seafood Salmon Bites for Kids, was chosen as one of the three finalists in the “Best New Natural Kids Product” category and one of four finalists in the “Best New Mission-Based Product” category for the NEXTY Awards. All finalist products will be showcased at Natural Products Expo West at the Anaheim Convention Center March 8-12, North America’s leading natural, organic and healthy products trade show.
About Salty Girl Seafood
Salty Girl Seafood, Inc. is a sustainable seafood company founded in 2014 that develops sustainable, traceable, simple to prepare seafood products that incentivize sustainable fishing practices and promote stewardship of oceans. For more information on Salty Girl Seafood and where to find products in stores nationwide, please visit the Salty Girl Seafood website or join their community on Facebook and Instagram.
Contact: Gina Auriemma, Marketing