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Maine Lobster at SENA 2019
In March, the seafood world will head to Boston for the industry’s most important North American trade show – Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America (SENA). Maine Lobster will be there too – spreading the story of the world’s best tasting lobster.
SENA’s more than a place to make transactions. It’s also where you can hear how seafood makes its way from the ocean to your plate, a place to see the marketing approaches being used to promote different species and brands. And we think Maine Lobster has the best story of all.
Representatives from every aspect of the Maine Lobster supply chain will be showcasing their wares at SENA. Come visit representatives from the industry when you’re in Boston for the show. Here are some questions you can ask the Maine Lobster companies in attendance:
- What makes Maine Lobster so special?
- What’s the difference between New Shell and Hard Shell lobster?
- What’s new in terms of value-added products?
- How is lobster prepared for travel? How far can you ship lobster?
- Why is sustainability so important to the Maine Lobster industry?
- How have the sustainable practices of lobster fishermen extended to other aspects of the industry?
Where to find us:
Representatives from the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative will be at booth #2136 at SENA, ready to answer questions about what we do promote this unique product far and wide. In addition, companies representing every aspect of the Maine Lobster industry will be present at the show. See below for a complete list:
More about the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative:
The Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative (MLMC), founded in 2013, is funded by Maine Lobster harvesters, dealers and processors to grow demand, both for whole live lobster and a variety of value-added products. The MLMC supports that objective by promoting the core values of the Maine Lobster industry, which are sustainability and traceability that’s deeply rooted in tradition. Maine Lobster achieved the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification in 2013, allowing Maine Lobster to certify its long-standing sustainable practices. The industry has been self-regulating for more than 150 years.
More about SENA:
SENA is North America’s largest seafood exposition. Thousands of buyers and suppliers from around the world, representing importers, exporters, wholesalers, restaurants, supermarkets, hotels and more come to do business. In addition to selling and networking, SENA will feature over 25 educational sessions, touching on important themes to the industry like seafood sustainability, traceability and transparency, and aquaculture.