SOTA’s Cocktail Reception
March Is National Nutrition Month
Why Seafood Is
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SOTA celebrated its third annual cocktail reception at the famous New England Aquarium with over 250 guests. The celebration was well received by SOTA members, media and many customers of farmed salmon. SOTA will continue the tradition of celebrating each successful
year of promoting the many health. benefits of consuming
farmed salmon and supporting its members. We are especially grateful for the support of Lan Cargo who sponsored part of the evenings festivities.
Dietitians at Providence Centralia Hospital are hoping to highlight the benefits of healthy eating by offering information and samples in the hospital’s cafeteria from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., March 11. The focus will be omega-3 fatty acids and easy ways to work them into a healthy diet.
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Fish and other seafood are identified as good source of protein and does not comprise of high saturated fats. Comparatively to other fatty meats even the calories level is low in fish and seafood.

The above given fact proves that fish is a valuable addition to anybody's diet. In fact you can view great advantage of fish. By consuming fist at least two time a week can be an excellent source for your body, as it one of the richest natural sources of Omega 3 essential fatty acids. Fatty fish like mackerel, salmon, trout, and sardines comprise high levels of Omega 3
fatty acids.
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Ocean farmed salmon provides the confidence consumers want with full traceability from the ocean to your table! See SOTA’s ad featured in Seafood Business December 2007 Issue.
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