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Atlantic Natural Foods, LLC to Drop Further Action Against Diversified Communications, LP

Nashville, N.C. (February 11, 2020)—Atlantic Natural Foods, LLC (ANF), owner of the iconic Loma Linda ® brand of TUNO™, announced today the company will cease further action against Diversified Communications, LP around the denial of its request to exhibit at the upcoming Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America. Previously, ANF requested attendance at the Expo to exhibit TUNO, a plant-based protein alternative containing ocean-based materials like seaweed, algae and other proprietary ocean proteins, yet was denied with the comment that the show is restricted to seafood producers.

The company requested that Diversified Communications reconsider on the grounds that TUNO is not only made of ocean-based ingredients but also is currently developing applications for traditional seafood, but was repeatedly denied. In response to a subsequent request to see the show producer’s policy for evaluating exhibitors, today, ANF received a formal response from a Diversified Communications representative stating that the organization …

Stop Blaming Your Problems on Plant-Based Seafood

“There are a lot of crises facing the aquaculture and fisheries sectors around the globe. Plant-based seafood isn’t one of them.” BIG thanks to IntraFish for spreading the word about our seafood alternative, TUNO and bringing awareness to the exclusion of TUNO exhibiting at the Seafood Expo in Boston in March.

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Atlantic Natural Foods Celebrates 10-Year Milestone in Eastern North Carolina with a Number of New Initiatives

Leading pioneer of plant-based better-for-you foods experiences unprecedented growth in 2019, looks forward to 2020

NASHVILLE, N.C., Dec. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ —

Atlantic Natural Foods (ANF), announced today that it is honoring its 10 year anniversary in Nash County, North Carolina by celebrating the company’s legacy with a joint holiday party and anniversary celebration tonight, Thursday, December 19, at the Benvenue Country Club. Mayor Brenda Brown of Nashville (the original Nashville and the home of Governor Roy Cooper) will speak at the event demonstrating her continued support to this vital, but silent, contributor to the Eastern North Carolina community. Other local and state leaders, as well as key stakeholders who have played an integral role in contributing to ANF’s double digit growth over the past decade, have also been invited to this momentous event.

As one of the largest commercial employers in the city, ANF has quietly transformed into a global leader in the plant-based and functional foods categories. Today, the company sells products in 20,000 stores across …