Alaska Seafood 101
Choose Wild & Sustainable.
Choose Flavor & Quality.
Choose Alaska Seafood.
There are so many reasons to choose seafood from Alaska. From salmon to crab to cod, there’s something for everyone’s plate.
Alaska’s 34,000-miles of pristine coastline waters teem with delicious wild-caught seafood species.
Everything from Alaska salmon, to varieties of whitefish like halibut, cod and pollock, and delicious shellfish like enormous King crab, all swim free and mature at a natural pace. Purchasing Alaska seafood benefits the economy and supports generations of families and communities. Whether you like to grill, poach, bake, or sauté, with Alaska seafood you can have a delicious meal on the table in minutes.
Fresh From Alaska Waters
From sockeye salmon to shellfish, Alaska’s rich fishing waters are filled with an abundance of superb seafood varieties.Learn about Alaska’s seafood species
Prep & Cook
With the bounty of species Alaska offers, learning to prepare and cook them all can feel daunting, but with our prep and cook techniques, we make enjoying Alaska seafood easy.
Get recipes for the whole family, learn to fillet, grill, even learn how to cook fish in a flash with our easy COOK IT FROZEN!® prep technique.Let’s get cooking
People Behind The Fish
Supporting a Strong Economy
Alaska’s seafood industry is the largest private sector employer in the state, supporting almost 60,000 direct jobs and delivering roughly 6.4 billion pounds of wild sustainable seafood to consumers every year. Alaska harvests more wild seafood in the U.S. than the rest of the states combined.Economic Impact
The International Program promotes Alaska Seafood in key markets in Japan, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, and South America.
Nine regional programs in over 40 countries conduct activities designed to raise the value and awareness of the Alaska Seafood brand including retail and foodservice promotions, technical seminars, chef and retailer training, Alaska in-bound missions for members of the overseas trade and press, trade shows, out-bound trade missions, advertising and public relations.Learn more