CHOOSE ALASKA

SUPPORT ALASKA AND ALASKANS WHEN YOU CHOOSE ALASKA SEAFOOD

ASK FOR ALASKA

If you don’t see Alaska seafood at your local store or restaurant, ask for it!

Tag your summer seafood posts with the hashtag #AskForAlaska to help spread the word.

LOOK FOR THE LOGO

World class seafood is right here at home.

Look for the Alaska Seafood logo on the menu, on packaging or at the seafood case to ensure you’re getting wild and delicious seafood from Alaska.

EAT ALASKA

Eat like an Alaskan chef, fisherman and local with these recipes from our collection of Alaskan favorites with locally sourced ingredients.

Buy Alaska Fish Direct from the Source

Salmon State Marketplace

Catch 49 – Anchorage
Copper Valley Fish Collective – Anchorage
Su Salmon Co – Anchorage

Straight to the Plate – Girdwood

Chugach Wild Salmon Co. – 907-310-3975 – Homer

Rollman Family Salmon – Kenai
Alaska Blue Harvest Seafoods – Kenai
Northcrest Fishing – Kenai

Catch 49 – Fairbanks
Alaskans Own – Fairbanks

Taku River Reds – Juneau

Alaskans Own – Sitka

Wildfish Cannery – Klawock

Fish From Trish – Ketchikan

Haines Packing Company – Haines


The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute

The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute is a marketing organization with the mission of increasing the economic value of the Alaska seafood resource through:

Increasing the positive awareness of the Alaska Seafood brand;
Collaborative marketing programs that align ASMI and industry marketing efforts for maximum impact within the food industry;
Championing the sustainability of Alaska’s seafood harvests resulting from existing Alaska fisheries management imperatives.
Proactive marketing planning to address short and long-term goals while remaining flexible and responsive to a changing environment and economy;
Quality assurance, technical industry analysis, education, advocacy, and research;
Prudent, efficient fiscal management

www.alaskaseafood.org

Alaska Marine Conservation Council

We work to protect and restore the marine environment through sustainable fishing practices, habitat protection, and local stewardship. We support an ecosystem-based approach to research and marine resource management that incorporates the best science available, experiential knowledge, and the wisdom of tradition.

www.akmarine.org


Resources:

The Economic Value of Alaska’s Seafood Industry – Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute – January 2020
Fishing and Seafood Industry in Alaska – Department of Labor and Workforce 
FISH FACTOR: Report finds increase in 2020 retail seafood sales – Alaska Journal of Commerce – February 2021
Food in Alaska – Alaska Food Policy Council – 2012

McKinley Research Group