Why Is Fish So Good For You? 

Posted on Jul 1, 2020 in Fresh Fish, health benefits
Why Is Fish So Good For You? 

For hundreds of years, across cultures and around the globe, fish has been touted as one of the healthiest food choices on the planet. Why is that? What is it that makes fish so good for our overall health including our brain, heart, mind, vision, joints, and mood? Let’s explore a few of these areas […]

Fun Summer Seafood Dishes 

Posted on Jun 3, 2020 in Fish Processing, fish recipes, Fresh, Fresh Fish
Fun Summer Seafood Dishes 

Warm summer nights are right around the corner, and that means grilling outside while enjoying healthy, light seafood fare! Grilling fish outdoors usually means a quicker than normal clean up and the scrumptious taste of your favorite fish dish with grilled veggies too.  There are so many options when considering summer seafood dishes. We would […]

What’s Your Favorite Fish Dish? 

Posted on Mar 18, 2020 in fish recipes, Fresh Fish
What’s Your Favorite Fish Dish? 

We love seafood! Fried, grilled, and seared – there are so many tasty ways to enjoy a meal made with fish. There are so many varieties of fish and so many ways to prepare it that the combinations can create hundreds of options for meals. Your family probably has a few dishes that they look […]

How a Pescetarian Diet Can Help Cognitive Functions

Posted on Feb 5, 2020 in fish recipes, Fresh Fish, weight control
How a Pescetarian Diet Can Help Cognitive Functions

The Pescatarian diet has been around for thousands of years dating back to the earliest civilizations. Ancient cities in what is now Asia, the Mediterranean region, and the country of Greece show a long history of reliance on fish for protein. While the science of a diet rich in fish was not completely understood in […]

Heart Healthy Fish

Heart Healthy Fish

Did you know that the average person’s heart beats at a rate of 80 times a minute? Do the math and that means the heart beats about 115,000 times in one day or 42 million times in a year! That is a lot of work for one organ. Given this information, wouldn’t it be smart […]

How Market Pricing Works

How Market Pricing Works

Do you love dining out at local establishments? If so, you probably have your favorite dishes that you choose, and fish is one of the more popular at restaurants along the New England coast. Lobster, haddock, and salmon meals are often a much-desired  dinner plate especially if you are dining al fresco with views of […]

All Things Haddock at CFP

Posted on Feb 1, 2019 in Fresh Fish

Haddock is one of New England’s favorite fish species. This beloved white fish, similar to cod, is a saltwater fish and is found in the North Atlantic Ocean. These fish were commonly fished in Northern Europe and imported as market fresh or frozen. At Channel Fish Processing, we consider ourselves a haddock house for the […]

What’s Popular This Month at Channel Fish Processing?

At Channel Fish, we offer a wide variety of seafood products, fresh, frozen, and value added. As you know, we’ve moved to a new facility in Braintree. We’re working hard, and enjoying our new space immensely. With our wide range of service areas and high quality of fish, we’re the number one seafood source in […]

Our Fresh Fish: Harnessing Mother Nature

Posted on Nov 10, 2018 in Fish Processing, Fresh, Fresh Fish

At Channel Fish Processing, we proudly offer fresh, frozen and value-added products, all under one roof. Choosing to cater to both fresh and frozen was one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. Here’s why: Harnessing Mother Nature Our fresh fish supply is as fresh as it gets. With the plentiful oceans of New England, […]

Settling Into Our New Facility

Posted on Nov 1, 2018 in Fish Processing, Fresh Fish, Frozen Fish, Process

Did you hear about the move? Our facility has relocated to Braintree, MA at 200 Commerce Drive. Throughout this move, we have strengthened our team and improved our strategies. Read on to learn more about the move. Consumer Demand for Our Products As the only processing facility on the North East coast, we knew we […]