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Icelandic introduces Currents.

Icelandic[R] USA, Inc. has introduced Currents, A New Wave In Seafood from Icelandic's Corporate Chef, Hilmar Jonsson.

With Currents, Jonsson has created many new seafood items including the foodservice industry's first premium cross-grilled fish fillets.

The fillets are pre-seared with a cross-grill pattern for authentic flame-grilled appearance. Currents is offering cross-grilled fillets in wild-caught Salmon, wild-caught Mahi Mahi, lake-raised Tilapia and wildcaught Pollock. Specialty items include: Wild Salmon Cake and a ready-to-eat Smoked Salmon Ring with Cream Cheese Filling.

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Title Annotation:Seafood; Smoked Salmon Ring with Cream Cheese Filling
Publication:Frozen Food Digest
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Oct 1, 2006
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