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Oh the Places We’ve Gone

March 25, 2011

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ve now followed us on two journeys through our Global Spotlight Series. This series explores one country or region each quarter, allowing Crown Prince Seafood to introduce our customers to the unique places our high quality products are sourced, and our seafood gets from the water to your table.

First we explored Morocco, where we source sardines and anchovies:

Morocco's culture and traditions are rich, vibrant and diverse (Photo by Dustan Hoffman / Crown Prince)

Morocco's culture and traditions are rich, vibrant and diverse (Photo by Dustan Hoffman / Crown Prince)


Next we headed far north to the icy waters of Scotland, where we source Brisling sardines:

Plockton, on the western coast of Scotland. Photo rights: Dustan Hoffman / Crown Prince

Plockton, on the western coast of Scotland. Photo rights: Dustan Hoffman / Crown Prince

This post wraps up our Scotland series, which has included:

1.     Grab Your Kilt – We’re Going to Scotland!

2.     From the Cool Scottish Lochs: The Brisling Sardine’s Journey

3.     Scotland, Continued: Getting to Know the Brisling Sardine

What’s Next?

Don’t worry, we can’t ignore the ‘travel bug’ for long. This next quarter we take you not to just one country, but two. Are you ready? Stay tuned to find out where we’re going next.

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