NFI marks 75 years with new logo
The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) has unveiled a new logo for 2020 to mark 75 years since its inception.
As the United States' largest commercial seafood trade association, its focus and issues management has evolved over time to meet members’ changing needs, but NFI’s mission remains to create an environment where a strong seafood industry can prosper.
“For 75 years, NFI members have been at the epicentre of the seafood community,” said NFI’s senior vice president, Judy Dashiell. “From spearheading sustainability initiatives to revolutionising ways to bring healthy, delicious seafood to American consumers, our members have been the tip of the spear. It’s only fitting to mark the occasion.”
“We’re honoured when we hear how NFI has impacted our members through the years. It’s neat to see how NFI has been woven into the cultures of our member companies because we feel like these businesses are the epicentre of the seafood community,” she continued.
“Many of NFI’s current members have been here through it all, and their predecessors helped build this organisation. So while it’s NFI’s 75th anniversary, we celebrate our members for their remarkable time, talents and insight,” she concluded.
Throughout the year, NFI will share highlights of its history on social media using the hashtag #NFI75. Celebrations will begin at NFI’s Global Seafood Market Conference in Orlando, FL from January 21 - 23, with a special commemoration at the board of directors meeting.
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