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Starfish, Inc. Presents The Ultimate Shrimp Burger

Mar 01, 2013

PORTLAND, Ore. – March 1, 2013 – Starfish Inc., the value added division of Pacific Seafood, a family owned seafood company based in Portland, Ore., will introduce their brand new Ultimate Shrimp Burger at the upcoming International Boston Seafood Show. Starfish Ultimate Shrimp Burger™ is the first shrimp burger on the market made with whole Vannamei white shrimp. Starfish General Manager, Bob O’Bryant, is excited about this new product saying, “We do not use fillers, and there are whole shrimp in each bite. The 3.6 oz. panko breaded, shrimp burgers are processed right here in the U.S., are ready to serve in minutes and have been very well received in preliminary trials.”

Chef Demo and Tasting

Chef Gary Puetz, The Seafood Steward, was a huge hit at the 2012 show and will be returning this year once again offering up tasty samples at the Pacific Seafood Booth, #1523. Chef Gary is an internationally acknowledged seafood expert, chef, educator and promoter of all things that swim. He is currently the Executive Chef for Pacific Seafood and has appeared on TV cooking programs across the country.

About Pacific Seafood

Pacific Seafood Group is a West Coast seafood processing company that launched in 1941 as a small, fresh seafood retail operation in Portland, Ore. that is still serving customers to this day. Over the years, the family-owned business expanded to become a vertically integrated seafood processing and distributing company to meet customers’ needs and a growing market.

Pacific Seafood processes seafood products from Alaska to Mexico, has facilities in seven Western states and participates in the global seafood trade market. It is a member of the West Coast Seafood Processors Association and is active in promoting a healthy and sustainable seafood industry by supporting fisheries awarded Marine Stewardship Council eco-labels. Pacific Seafood is under the leadership of Frank Dulcich, the founder’s namesake and grandson.