GSSI WELCOMES ACME SMOKED FISH TO ITS GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP
GSSI welcomes Acme Smoked Fish to its Global Partnership. The Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative is pleased to announce that Acme Smoked Fish (Acme) has joined GSSI as a Funding Partner.
With a history dating back to 1906, Acme is committed to providing premier smoked fish through superior service, quality, and education. Acme is a family-owned and operated business that believes in developing innovative products while maintaining traditional methods over generations. Their ready-to-eat smoked products are sourced from high-quality fish, following the best practices of their food safety program.
“GSSI is shaping the future of sustainable seafood through creative and impactful partnerships that span sectors. Acme is pleased to bring our history and experience to GSSI to help align and amplify a path forward for sustainable seafood certification that will benefit the ocean and industry” said Rob Snyder, Culture and Sustainability Officer at Acme.
About Acme Smoked Fish
Based in Brooklyn, New York, Acme Smoked Fish Corporation (Acme) is a fourth-generation, family-owned smoked fish purveyor. Since the company’s beginnings in the early 1900s, Acme has been committed to providing the highest quality of seafood specialties in an expanding number of varieties, from customer favourites like Smoked Nova, Pickled Herring and Whitefish Salad to innovative new products like Sashimi-style Smoked Salmon, ready-to-eat Poke Bowls, and Smoked Atlantic Salmon Candy. Acme’s products are sold in retail and food service from coast to coast at the most recognisable supermarkets, specialty stores and bagel shops and enjoyed at restaurants and delicatessens under the Acme, Blue Hill Bay, Ruby Bay, Spence & Co., and Great American brands. Acme also ships to homes nationwide right from the smokehouse.
For more information, please visit www.acmesmokedfish.com.
As the public-private partnership on seafood sustainability with 90+ stakeholders industry-wide, GSSI aligns global efforts and resources to address the latest seafood sustainability challenges. Governed by a Steering Board representing the full seafood value chain, companies, NGOs, governments and international organisations – including the FAO –, GSSI promotes sector-wide collaboration to drive forward more sustainable seafood for everyone.