Watch our own Tim Sughrue with TV host Joanne Clendining as she explores how fishermen and a restaurant are turning an invasive species into an upscale entrée.
Maryland Farm and Harvest, Episode 601 11/08/18
Invasive to Indulgence
WCBC Radio 11/1/2018
US distributor plans to hike invasive catfish sales
One Fish, Two Fish, Blue Catfish …Huge Fish
The Frederick News-Post 9/27/18
Invasive Blue Catfish to be Served up at Md. State Institutions
Chesapeake Bay Magazine 9/20/18
Atlantic Sapphire — Fresh Salmon from FLORIDA?
Food Service Monthly Aug/Sept 2018
NAFCO and Congressional Seafood Owner Inducted Into Hall of Fame
Blue Catfish are destroying the Chesapeake Bay
The Washington Post Food Section, June 14, 2017
GMO Seafood – A Necessary Conversation by Tim Sughrue
Food Service Monthly, April 2017 Issue
PR_Congressional Seafood celebrates first year at New State of the Art Facility
Congressional Seafood Press Release, January 2017
The Wild Blue Catfish: It’s Fat, It’s Juicy, It’s Full of Flavor and There’s a Never-Ending Supply
Congressional Seafood Press Release, 2/23/15
Maryland Oyster Pledge
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Almost Every DC Chef goes Fishing!
Merritt Properties Partners with NAFCO & Congressional Seafood Co. on New Seafood Distribution Facility
Posted by MerrittProperties.com, 9/17/14
Satellite Fish: A New Seafood Traceability Program Comes Straight out of Portlandia
Washington City Paper
Posted by Jessica Sidman, 5/8/13
Can Your Smartphone Combat Seafood Fraud?
Posted by Maggie Hines 4/29/13
Seafood Traceability Program The REEL Story, Inspired By ‘Portlandia’ Sketch, Debuts In D.C.
Posted By Erin Ruberry, 4/23/14
Cover of Food Service Monthly, March 2013
Food Service Monthly, By Michael Birchenall
Congressional Seafood Aims to Beef Up Sourcing Info
Washington Business Journal,
Posted by Rebecca Cooper, 3/6/13