Tasty, healthy, versatile

The seas of Alaska create the perfect home for many different types of marine life – meaning there’s always something for everyone’s plate.

ALASKA SALMON

The largest and most sought-after salmon specie. It is soft on the palette and succulent in flavour with a deep red flesh.

KING (CHINOOK)

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A firm, meaty texture, renowned for its vibrant red flesh is ideal for dramatic presentations.

SOCKEYE (RED)

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A firm texture with a delicate flavour most akin to Atlantic salmon.

COHO (SILVER)

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Firm texture with a mild flavour, a popular species for everyday.

KETA (CHUM)

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A tender and flaky texture with a delicate flavour. Suited to baking methods and sauces.

PINK

Alaska salmon produce some of the world’s finest roe. It’s high in lean protein and omga-3 fatty acids.

SALMON ROE

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ALASKA WHITEFISH

Alaska pollock is a member of the cod family. It is extremely versatile, and suits being steamed, grilled, sautéed and roasted.

ALASKA POLLOCK

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Snow white fillets that flake beautifully when cooked and melts in the mouth. Hot favourite within Asian and Japanese cuisine and served regularly with miso.

SABLEFISH (BLACK COD)

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Alaska sole, also known as flounder, has a delicate, mild flavour perfect for poaching, sautéing, or steaming.

SOLE

Mild and delicate in flavour, but with a high oil content, Pacific cod is perfect for baking, frying, sautéing and steaming.

PACIFIC COD

Earned a reputation as one of the world’s most premium whitefish species. Often referred to as the ‘steak of seafood’ it is perfect for grilling and roasting.

HALIBUT

SHELLFISH

Alaska king crab is the largest and most impressive of all crab species caught in the world. Alaska king crab is sweet in flavour and tender in texture.

KING CRAB

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