Newburyport- Under a starlit sky at the Sea to Table Dinner, chefs from seven Newburyport restaurants prepared local seafood dishes featuring local landed species such as red fish, skate, monkfish, whiting, and more. Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives Association President Angela Sanfilippo talked with guests from all backgrounds about recipes for “underutilized” […]
A small business initiative by the City of Gloucester Gloucester, MA (TODAY) – Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken through Gloucester Fresh, a global brand promoting local sustainable seafood, announces the launch of the “Gloucester Fresh Restaurant Membership Program”, an innovative initiative designed to connect Gloucester fishing companies directly with restaurants in the region. This collaboration will […]
Gloucester Fresh Highlights Culinary Creations with Seafood Cooking Shows featuring Senior Editor of Yankee Magazine Annie Copps (Gloucester, MA) May 31, 2017 – Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and the Gloucester Community Development team through the “Gloucester Fresh” brand launched a series of cooking shows demonstrating how to best utilize fresh and local Gloucester seafood. Gloucester […]
The city‘s Gloucester Fresh initiative had a big week, with a major promotional event and the announcement of a $13,000 grant award.
New England, U.S.A.-based culinary staffing agency SnapChef is joining the City of Gloucester, Massachusetts to support the use of sustainable seafood in modern cooking.
The third and final day of the international Seafood Expo North America was unfolding in Boston on Tuesday. But as far as the city of Gloucester was concerned, the real action was here.
The city of Gloucester announced its presence with authority Monday at the massive Seafood Expo North America by hosting an international reception that drew seafood executives from around the globe.
The City of Gloucester’s large booth at Seafood Expo North America, taking place 19 to 21 March in Boston, Massachusetts, will showcase some of the most undervalued species from local waters, part of the city’s effort to promote local Gloucester seafood to the global market.