Alaska Seafood

LEAP sockeye and keta salmon is sustainably sourced from the crystal-clear waters of Alaska.

Home to some of the most responsible and sustainable fisheries in the world, Alaska Seafood works to protect wildlife in over a million square miles of water – inspiring a healthier way of living for all.

Seafood from Alaska is:

Wild: Fish from Alaska swim wild in the icy Pacific Ocean. This freedom to swim and the fish’s natural diet creates superior taste and texture. Wild Alaska seafood is firmer, fitter and a more vibrant fish.

Natural: Wild Alaska seafood has no artificial colouring, preservatives, pesticides or GMOs. Alaska’s fish live in some of the cleanest waters in the world.

Sustainable: Ticking the sustainable box cannot be easier when buying Alaska seafood. In Alaska, sustainability applies to every aspect of the fishing industry – local communities, fishermen and women as well as the economic return.

Health, heart, mind & body

Alaska seafood is a key source of marine omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA) – which are essential for our bodies to promote heart health, suppress inflammatory responses, improve blood flow and participate in brain function.

Alaska seafood is also a high quality protein, providing an array of essential amino acids – all of which are easily absorbed by the body, aiding the repair and maintenance of all muscles.

Very few foods naturally contain the amount of vitamins and minerals seen in seafood, including Vitamin D, Vitamin B 12, zinc, iron, calcium and selenium.

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Fishing for the Future

Fishing in Alaska is not only a source of income – but a way of life, creating a symbiotic relationship between the land, sea and community.

Thousands of families make their living from the resources of Alaska’s rugged 34,000 miles of sparsely populated coastline. In fact, fishing and seafood processing employ more people than any other industry in Alaska.

MSC & RFM Certified

The majority of Alaska’s fisheries are certified by both the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and the Alaska Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM) Program.

These certifications show that fisheries meet the criteria of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. This is the most comprehensive and respected fisheries management guidelines in the world, created with the participation of leading fishery biologists, environmental organisations and fishery managers representing more than seventy countries.

Read more about seafood from Alaska here.