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Introducing the Crown Prince Global Spotlight Series!

October 29, 2010

Hello loyal blog readers! Since your experience with our seafood starts when you open the can, we thought it’d be fun to share with you the origins of the fish that you and your family enjoy.

So today we are kicking off the Crown Prince Global Spotlight Series! Each calendar quarter, we will highlight one country. We’ll take you behind the scenes and around the globe, learning about the landscapes, cultures and facilities that make your at-home culinary creations possible.

The first country in the spotlight will be…(drum roll please)…. the Kingdom of Morocco!

 

The Kingdom of Morocco, just south of Spain, borders both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean

The Kingdom of Morocco, just south of Spain, borders both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean

This North African nation is known the world over for its rich culture and incredibly flavorful cuisine. It borders both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, and seafood is one of its most sought-after exports.

We have been working with two different family businesses (packers) for over 20 years, and our Moroccan-caught fish include sardines and anchovies, which are some of our biggest sellers. So there is a good chance that you’re a fan of Moroccan fish without even knowing it!

We’re right in the middle of harvest and packing season in Morocco, so between now and the end of the year our blog will take you on a journey to explore the origins of the Moroccan sardines and anchovies we sell in the U.S.

Please stay tuned to join us on this scenic journey!

If you like what you’re reading on the Crown Prince Seafood blog, please come back often. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed, follow us on Facebook or Twitter, or contact us directly. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

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