Win 2 FREE Gorton’s Seafood coupons!

Gorton’s Seafood all natural grilled fillets are a great way to enjoy seafood while you watch your weight and your pocket book. Many prepared seafood options are breaded and that doesn’t work for me when I’m trying to watch my weight. One fillet is only 90 calories so it’s the perfect selection for dinner.  I can add in a starch and some veggies and even a reasonable dessert and not have to worry about blowing my diet. They’re even gluten free so the whole family can enjoy them. They have no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives so I can feel good about serving them to my family. I can serve them alone or there are a lot of different recipes on their site that I can use to incorporate them into wraps, casseroles, or other dishes.

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You can buy Gorton’s Seafood all natural grilled fillets in several different varieties: Lemon Pepper, Garlic Butter, Lemon Butter, Cajun Blackened, and Italian Herb. I’m partial to the Garlic Butter myself but they are all absolutely delicious. They are flaky, mild, white Alaska Pollock fillets that are flame grilled which gives me the taste of outdoor cooking even in the middle of the winter. Gorton’s Seafood  actively supports environmentally responsible management of our natural resources as a way to ensure that our consumers will always have access to healthy and quality seafood products well into the future.  I like knowing that they purchase from environmentally responsible fisheries, farms and suppliers, and eliminate unsustainable products.

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Head over to the Gorton’s Seafood site for a chance to win $1,000 Wardrobe Makeover Grand Prize. Plus, 1000 first place winners will win a FREE Gorton’s Grilled Product coupon!  Contest ends 2/09/2012. Make sure you print out the $1 off two Gorton’s Seafood items coupon before you go shopping!

Three of my winners will each win two FREE coupons for any Gorton’s Frozen Seafood item. You can use it on any Gorton’s Seafood item.  My son loves the fish sticks but I highly recommend that you try the Gorton’s Seafood all natural fish filets. Here’s what you can do for a chance to win:



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About Ellen Christian

Ellen is a busy mom of two teenagers who left the corporate world in 2008 to focus on a more eco-friendly life. She lives in rural Vermont where she juggles family, two blogs and a career in social media.

Comments

  1. Maggie @ Tethered Mommy says:

    They’ve installed energy efficient lighting in their facilities.  

    I’m following you on Google Plus as Maggie C.

    Maggie at tethered mommy dot com

  2. Google+: Kelly D

    I learned that the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Health and Human Services recommend for us to eat more seafood to help fight obesity and improve overall health

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  4. Linda Kish says:

    I learned they have a terrific recipe selection, like the Gorton’s Grilled Salmon Wrap with Fat-Free Tzatziki Sauce recipe.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  5. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    {Beth Elderton on google+}
    Among the commitments Gorton’s makes to environmental responsibility is,
    “Purchasing from environmentally responsible fisheries, farms and suppliers, and eliminating unsustainable products.”

  6. Bethany M says:

    I learned a diet rich in seafood – a natural source of omega-3′s – enhances brain development.

  7. I learned Gortons invests in researching new and better ways to encourage responsible fish harvesting.
    GFC tannawings

  8. Lauren Garrett says:

    I learned that they have a huge recipe collection on their site! Who knew?!

  9. Kathleen M Smith says:

    I follow you on Google +.  They have NEW Resealable Bags, love that.

  10. I learned they have great recipes!

  11. We stand behind the promise that our customers can “Trust the Gorton’s Fisherman.” We take this promise seriously, and it applies not only to the quality of products we make, but to how we make them. Gorton’s actively supports environmentally responsible management of our natural resources as a way to ensure that our consumers will always have access to healthy and quality seafood products well into the future. Keeping this idea alive and well is a job we must do every day

  12. I learned they have a great recipe section

    msboatgal at aol.com

  13. Andrea Williams says:

    I learned medical studies show that a diet rich in seafood – a natural source of omega-3′s – enhances brain development. So what Gorton’s doing is important and helps us. Eat more fish!

  14. Heather Farris says:

    I didn’t know they were making such an effort to go green.

    Thanks

  15. they have a ton of recipes on their site, i learned. awesome!!! can always use more recipes

    i follow as cassie deal bunny

  16. entered the diversity on demand giveaway

  17. They have so many amazing looking recipes!

  18. I learned that they have many items that are not breaded. tarter95 at hotmail dot com

  19. I follow on G+ as carol wegner and i learned that there is a great recipes section on the site  thanks
    carolwegs at gmail dot com

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