Seafood Expo North America / Seafood Processing North America in Boston
Date: March 6(Sun) – 8(Tue), 2016
Hours: 10am – 5pm (Last Day: 3pm)
Venue: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
Organizer: Diversified Communications
Contact: Contact List
Official Website: Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America
Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America (formerly the International Boston Seafood Show/Seafood Processing America) is North America’s largest seafood trade exposition.
The exposition features over 1,200 exhibiting companies from more than 40 countries. Exhibitors supply nearly every type of fish, seafood, and seafood-related product or service.
Attend Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America to find the following:
- Fresh fish and seafood
- Frozen fish and seafood
- Value added seafood
- Processed and packaged fish and seafood
- Processing and packaging equipment
- Freight forwarders and logistical services
- Seafood-industry service providers
Who attends Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America?
Attendees include owners, proprietors, executive purchasing managers, category managers, private label program buyers and equipment and packaging buyers from retail, foodservice, and other business categories such as:
- Cruise line
- Fast food
- High-volume catering
Japan’s Exhibitor List
- Azuma Foods Co., Ltd.
- Morimatsu Suisan Reito Co. Ltd.
- True World Japan Inc.
- Ahjikan Co., Ltd.
- Aqua Blue Co., Ltd.
- Azuma Trading Co., Ltd.
- Daisho Foods Co., Ltd.
- Global Ocean Works Co., Ltd.
- Hanamaruki Foods Inc.
- KANEFUKU USA, INC.
- Kyowa Fisheries Co.,Ltd
- Marine Fresh Co.,Ltd.
- Rinkou Syokuhin
- Shimizu Shoten
Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO) to host the Japan Pavilion
JETRO will host the Japan Pavilion at the annual SEAFOOD EXPO NORTH AMERICA event this year. The Pavilion will feature a variety of high-quality seafood dishes from various parts of Japan. Products on display range from yellowtail, scallops, squid, octopus, cod, crab stick, salmon, and more. For more details click here.