Wild, Natural and Sustainable

The cold, clean waters of Alaska supply more than half of all US seafood and all of Alaska’s catch is wild and responsibly managed. Under strict sustainability practices, Alaska is home to a great number of wild seafood, including five species of salmon, halibut, crab, pacific cod, sablefish, Alaska pollock and other specialty products.

Alaska Seafood and International Cuisine

Seafood consumption increase is driven by the desire for healthy protein

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Top 2 Consumer Benefits
of Eating Seafood






of consumers are eating more seafood at chain restaurants than two years ago

Consumers want more seafood on the menu across segments

Consumers want to know the origin and that it’s wild caught



among those that tried wild-caught seafoods

The Tastiest and Healthiest Seafood Around!

ALASKA on the menu IS POWERFUL and Drive Sales

Wild-caught seafood tastes better

Wild + Alaska is the magic combination for driving purchase

Choosing Alaska’s wild, delicious and healthy

seafood supports the generations of sustainable fishing communities working hard, safely and responsibly to put food on our plates today and for years to come.

For more detailed information, technical factsheets and recipes, please visit us at:

Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute • +1-800-478-2903 311 N. Franklin St., Suite 200, Juneau, AK 99801

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