Vol. 7, No. 3: March 2016  
SENA 2016 Introduces a Year of Milestones To Achieve

Last week Tropical caught the interest of industry players from around the world during Seafood Expo North America 2016.
Throughout the three convention days our eye-catching displays caught the attention of thousands of show attendees. A historic 1930's Ford Model-A showcased a fresh fish display reminiscent of a traveling fresh fish market  of the 30's. Outside, a 1923 Ford Model-T Snowmobile displayed Tropical's new corporate reel.
Our displays portray our commitment to sustainable and reliable seafood from old ways to new and show our willingness to evolve with trends. Although the seafood show is now over, this year holds many more milestones to be achieved as we  pursue 4-star BAP certification across the board for our growing Tilapia cooperative throughout Latin America.
During the show, attendees had the chance to sample our fresh products which included; Tropical Tilapia, Ruby Red Rainbow Trout, Ecuadorian Shrimp, EU Certified Organic Salmon, Cod and Cobia cooked in multiple simple and healthy ways by master Swiss chef Stanti Schonbachler and assistant August Higgs. Canadian Ruby Red Rainbow Trout sourced from Cold Water Fisheries, Inc. was the newest product presented to the trade.
Attendees were reminded of the superior flavor and freshness exclusive to Tropical's fresh product line. Our promise to you? Continuing to improve upon our current practices, while continuously looking for the most sustainable path available.
We enjoyed seeing you in Boston! 

For more information on all our products call (800) 277-3459 or visit us at www.eattilapia.com

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Check Out Our New Tropical Reel!

For those who had a chance to attend Seafood Expo North America 2016 in Boston, we hope you had a successful show and had the opportunity to meet with industry peers. If you were so busy and didn't have the chance to see our latest corporate reel, check out the reason why Tropical is the perfect choice for all your fresh Tilapia, Shrimp, Cobia, Ruby Red Rainbow Trout, Cod and EU Certified Organic Salmon!

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Q: Why is Tilapia sometimes called St. Peter's Fish?
 A: Tilapia are sometimes called St. Peter's Fish because it is believed that tilapia was the fish that Peter caught in Matthew 17:24-27. Some will recall that this particular tilapia had a shekel coin in its mouth.

Source: Britannica Illustrated Science Library. 2008. Fish & Amphibians.
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Tilapia Saute with Spring Vegetables

tilapia with veggies
Think Spring Food!
Sautéed tilapia served on a bed of potatoes and drizzled with an herb vinaigrette is the perfect meal for those chilly spring days!

Click here for the recipe.  
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This month we celebrated four birthdays in the Tropical office: Ingrid Wisell, Executive Coordinator on March 4th, Ronnie Beardsley, Account Manager on March 11th,  Karen Clearly, Staff Accountant on March 18th and Beatriz Gomez, Marketing Director on March 26th. Happy Birthday to all! 
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