Wild-caught in the glacier-fed waters of Alaska, wild Alaska pollock is one of most abundant and sustainable species in the world.
Wild Alaska Pollock Week
(UNITED STATES, 2/28/2020)
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI), in concert with Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) and the Alaska seafood industry, has announced the first-ever Wild Alaska Pollock Week to be held in Seattle, Washington. From February 28 through March 8, some of the city’s best restaurants will offer unique dishes featuring one of Alaska’s unsung, delicious, sustainable seafood heroes – just in time for the Lenten season. To participate, simply visit one of the restaurants throughout the Puget Sound, order one of the exclusive wild Alaska pollock creations and share photos via social using #WildAlaskaPollockWeek
Wild Alaska Pollock is a nutrient-dense whitefish.
Wild-caught in the glacier-fed waters of Alaska, wild Alaska pollock is one of most abundant and sustainable species in the world – often praised for its versatility, nutrition and outstanding mild taste and flaky texture. As the largest certified sustainable fishery in the world, wild Alaska pollock accounts for 30% (by volume) of all fish caught in the U.S. – with much of that making its way onto the plates of Washington state residents. Wild Alaska Pollock Week provides Seattle seafood aficionados and foodies alike with the opportunity to enjoy this tasty, nutritious fish while celebrating the fisherman and the industry that help bring it from sea to table.
Wild Alaska Pollock is the most abundant certified-sustainable fish in the world.
A little more about Wild Alaska Pollock
Wild Alaska Pollock is a naturally fresh-tasting, mild and flaky whitefish that can be easily prepared in a variety of mouthwatering dishes.
Easy to Prepare
Wild Alaska Pollock is a nutrient-dense whitefish that is mild in flavor and firm but tender in texture, making it especially versatile. It’s easy and quick to cook and can be prepared in a variety of dishes the whole family will enjoy.
Health & Nutrition
Wild Alaska Pollock is a true superfish: it’s low-fat, protein-rich, heart-healthy, high in vitamin B-12 and loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, making it one of the most nutritious natural foods in the world.
Wild Alaska Pollock is a product of Alaska, wild-caught by U.S. fishers and harvested from the rich and pristine waters of the Bering Sea.
Wild Alaska Pollock is the most abundant certified-sustainable fish in the world, making it one of the best protein choices for the planet.
ASMI is a public-private partnership between the State of Alaska and the Alaska seafood industry established to foster economic development of a renewable natural resource. ASMI is playing a key role in the repositioning of Alaska’s seafood industry as a competitive market-driven food production industry. Its work to boost the value of Alaska’s seafood product portfolio is accomplished through partnerships with retail grocers, foodservice distributors, restaurant chains, foodservice operators, universities, culinary schools, and the media. It conducts consumer campaigns, public relations and advertising activities, and aligns with industry efforts for maximum effectiveness. ASMI also functions as a brand manager of the Alaska Seafood family of brands.
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