Check out the waves SeaPak's delicious shrimp and seafood products are making on TV, online, and in your favorite magazines!
Woman's Day magazine - "the trusted friend of more than 20 million women" - in its April 2013 issue featured SeaPak items as "delicious, perfectly seasoned seafood" and great for using your own special touches to customize a recipe. The magazine's print and online editions pointed readers toward the chance to win one of 75 SeaPak product coupons in a giveaway running until June 26.
As part of its annual "Supermarket Smarts" guide to the best grocery item choices for the holidays, trendy magazine Every Day with Rachael Ray tabbed the new SeaPak Shrimp Spring Rolls as "a quick appetizer guests will gobble up." The spring rolls were hailed on a list of store-bought appetizers that were sure "to shake up your grocery list."
The debut of SeaPak Shrimp Spring Rolls made a big impression with the editors of Good Housekeeping. The article featuring recipes for the perfect "Made-to-Order Thanksgiving" included SeaPak's Shrimp Spring Rolls. The magazine described them as "cruncy, Asian, shrimp-filled wrappers - plus chili sauce for dunking...You'll save time on Turkey Day with these store-bought appetizers. Winners of our taste test are all heat-and-eat easy."
The Detroit Free Press put SeaPak Coconut Shrimp - which is hand-breaded and finished with a coating of real coconut flakes - through a rigorous test and it passed with flying colors. The newspaper's rave review said SeaPak Coconut Shrimp is "Nicely crisp" and "not overwhelmed by coconut." The testers also applauded the shrimp, which comes with a zesty, tropical, marmalade dipping sauce, for being easy to prepare.
In its review of the "125 best foods for men," the magazine Men's Health singled out SeaPak's Salmon Burgers as "Best Fish Entree." The November 2011 issue commended the company's salmon burgers for having a calorie-to-protein ratio that helps build muscle while still dropping pounds.
The October 2011 issue of Woman's Health magazine featured SeaPak Salmon Burgers as one of the "125 best packaged foods for women." An independent panel of nutritionists touted the salmon burgers as a "better way to build a burger," especially because of their "brain-boosting omega-3s." The product also was praised for being made with sustainable, wild-caught Pacific salmon.
For one popular food blogger, the proof is in the poppers. Gregory Ng, the respected "Frozen Food Master" with Freezer Burns, sampled SeaPak Shrimp Poppers and judged the tiny crustaceans "awesome," and said they taste fresher than other brands, are nicely crisp and brown and have a good ratio of batter-to-shrimp. In addition, "they're a great break from chicken nuggets or fish sticks," he said. Watch video.
SeaPak Coconut Shrimp was one of three top appetizers named a “Fast Party Food” in the January 2012 of Woman’s Day magazine. It showed how packaged appetizers help party hosts leave the fuss at the door, making way for a fun, fabulous event. SeaPak Coconut Shrimp was praised for its plump and juicy taste and light, crispy, coconut coating. Prepared in less than 20 minutes, it’s a great value and tastes delicious.
SeaPak Salmon Burgers received high praise from The YOU Doctors in a July 2011 articles syndicated online and on their blog, YOU DOCS Daily. The authoritative pair, Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Mike Roizen, recommended eating salmon burgers a few times a week to reap the benefits of the healthy omega-3s packed in each burger. They specifically called out SeaPak Salmon Burgers as an outstanding choice.