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Rutgers Cooperative Extension presents: “What’s The Catch? New Jersey Seafood & Healthy Living” Part 2

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New Jersey is well-known as the Garden State, but are you also aware of the many great types of local seafood from New Jersey? In recognition of October as National Seafood Month, join us to learn about our state’s fishing and aquaculture industries on October 14th.

Then, on October 28th, join us to learn about the nutritional benefits of seafood, recommended dietary guidelines for fish consumption, and how to prepare seafood.

Featured Speakers:
Christine Zellers, Family & Community Health Sciences (FCHS) Educator/Asst. Professor, RCE Cape May County
Joanne Kinsey, FCHS Educator/Professor, RCE Atlantic and OceanCounties
Rachel Tansey, FCHS Educator, RCE Monmouth County
Lauren Errickson, Senior Program Administrator, RCE; PhD Candidate, Department of Nutritional Sciences

Topics covered will include:
-The dietary guidelines for seafood consumption for Americans, including pregnant women
-The nutritional value and benefits of seafood consumption
-Tips on cooking seafood and decoding seafood labeling

Register by Friday, October 23


Wednesday, October 28, 2020

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Event Type

Industry & Academic Experts