There's one place on earth where the waters are still pristine and the bounty of nature remains unspoiled: Alaska! Boasting over one million square miles of rich fishing waters-more than all of the lower 48 states combined-Alaska yields nearly six billion pounds of wild seafood per year.
Alaska is also home to the only wild salmon fishery in the world that has been recognized by the Marine Stewardship Council as managed to ensure sustainability of its stocks and its marine environment.
While it's wonderful to receive such high honors, in Alaska, that's just the way things are done! Alaska is the only state in the nation whose constitution explicitly mandates that all fish shall be utilized, developed, and maintained on a sustainable basis. Strict harvesting quotas and fishing regulations assure Alaska will have an abundance of fish for years to come.
Naturally Delicious and Nutritious
The cold water and natural environment of Alaska produces seafood with lean flesh, firm texture, and superior flavor. It is also full of high quality protein, vitamins, minerals and oils essential to good health.