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  • Policy Video Blog

    NFI’s 2016 Political Conference

    The National Fisheries Institute invites you to Washington, D.C. for NFI’s annual Political Conference, September 12 – September 15, 2016 at the Loews Madison Hotel. This is NFI’s premier Wa...

  • NFI Video Blog: Episode 131

    This week’s 1 minute video blog highlights a CBS North Carolina segment about foods for pregnancy, Trident Seafoods’ new website, and a list of the 15 Ways to Eat Well on a Budget. ...

  • Health Video Blog

    NFI Video Blog: Episode 130

    This week’s 1 minute video blog highlights #WorldHealthDay, a celebrity’s diet that includes seafood, and a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that has good n...

  • Trade & Commerce Video Blog

    Rep. Roybal-Allard on #2WayTrade

    Imported seafood creates more than a delicious dinner; it creates jobs in the U.S. Representative Roybal-Allard’s district tells that story. ...

  • Safety Video Blog

    Georgetown on the Fukushima Anniversary: Seafood and radiation

    Dr. Tim Jorgensen, associate professor at Georgetown University Medical Center talks about the safety of seafood as the five-year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster in Japan is upon us. Dr. Jorgens...

  • What’s the coolest thing at Seafood Expo North America?

    We asked, you answered! Watch this video to get an inside look at the coolest parts of #SENA16. ...

  • NFI’s Annual Scavenger Hunt at #SENA16

    Watch NFI’s annual scavenger hunt on the floor of Seafood Expo North America. ...

  • Welcome to Seafood Expo North America 2016

    This year’s Seafood Expo North America is in Boston! Take our video quiz to test your knowledge of all things Beantown. ...

  • Join NFI on Periscope at #SENA16

    NFI will be all over Seafood Expo North America, follow us on social media for photos, videos, and now live-broadcasts via the Periscope App (which also plays on Twitter)! ...

  • Safety Video Blog

    Report: On 5th Anniversary of Fukushima Time to Relax About Seafood

    A new report in the Washington Post says, with the fifth anniversary of Fukushima approaching, it’s time to relax about seafood. Overblown and misreported fears about fish from the Pacific have had ...