King & Prince Seafood® Hires New Chef to join Research, Development, and Innovation Team

Brunswick, GA – King & Prince Seafood® is pleased to announce the addition of Brett Smith to its Research and Development Team. Chef Brett Smith is a graduate of “the World’s Premier Culinary College,” the Culinary Institute of America in New York. He brings to King & Prince® over 24 years of diverse culinary and hospitality management experience.

“As a key member of our Research, Development & Innovation group, Chef Brett will contribute voice-of-the-customer menu concepts and “gold standard” prototypes. He’ll apply his culinary creativity and knowledge of back-of-house operations to develop profitable seafood solutions for our foodservice customers,” said Sue Gurkin, Director of Innovation at King & Prince Seafood®. Chef Brett’s broad knowledge of cuisines – including: Pan Asian, Italian, French, and Southwestern – will help customers menu seafood in new, creative, guest-pleasing ways.

About King & Prince Seafood®

King & Prince Seafood® prides itself on delivering the best quality seafood available to operators guaranteeing patron satisfaction. For over 65years, King & Prince Seafood® has been providing patron-pleasing seafood by following strict quality control procedures and maintaining food safety standards that exceed the industry. With one of the industry’s most extensive global sourcing networks through Nissui, the world’s second largest seafood company, King & Prince Seafood® sources sustainable seafood to ensure availability for future generations. Innovation, foodservice expertise and consistency are what King & Prince Seafood® delivers to their customers every day: Sea. Taste. Enjoy! When you taste it, you’ll love it! For more information about the company or its product brands: King & Prince®, Mrs. Friday’s®, Oceanway®, Sushi Bob® and Pride of Alaska™, visit www.kpseafood.com, www.facebook.com/SushiBob, and www.facebook.com/KingandPrinceSeafood

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Mike Tigani, Director of Marketing
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