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February 16, 2015

Open Blue Sea Farms has partnered with the International Community Foundation (ICF) to establish the Open Blue Costa Arriba Community Fund. Currently, Open Blue contributes to communities through education support, scholarships, drinking water wells and other community projects. Together with the ICF, the new fund will support these local projects in the Panamanian communities where Open Blue operates.

Open Blue is committed to making a difference in the local communities by giving back. The Open Blue Costa Arriba Community Fund will help achieve Open...

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February 15, 2015

The success of Open Blue’s initial launch into Europe has driven the company to solidify their position in the market in upcoming weeks. Open Blue sees a tremendous opportunity and an ideal fit for Cobia as the sushi, sashimi and raw culinary movement grows across Europe. Open Blue Cobia is a sustainable premium product that is high in protein and Omega 3, it is a healthy and nutritious option for multiple raw applications.

Open Blue will launch processing operations in Europe for fresh fillets and frozen fillets and full loins, thus expanding their range of product offerings and...

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February 14, 2015

Open Blue Cobia is having great success with Asian retailers across the U.S. and Canada, and has now expanded into yet another large chain. Open Blue Cobia has seen remarkable sales in H Mart supermarket; a Korean inspired American grocery chain specializing in Asian foods. Open Blue Cobia’s culinary versatility is a perfect match for multicultural cooking applications; its taste, texture and sashimi grade is perfect for Korean and Asian dishes.

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February 13, 2015

Open Blue exhibited at the American Culinary Federation’s National Convention this past month in Kansas City. Over 1000 attendees made up of culinary and food professionals, were the ideal audience for Open Blue Cobia as a premium whitefish with incredible culinary versatility. Chef Steve Soltz from the American Culinary Federation offered an incredible endorsement for Open Blue Cobia, comparing it to Chilean Sea Bass and touting Open Blue as the "the world’s most sustainable aquaculture operation...I encourage all chefs to look at this viable alternative to Chilean sea bass". Open Blue...

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