The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute is a marketing organization with the mission of increasing the economic value of the Alaska seafood resource
Celebration of the 'Alaska Seafood Fair' with Co-op Tohoku
Friday, November 20, 2020, 19:00 (GMT + 9)
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Association (Headquarters: Juneau, Alaska, USA) is working with the Co-op Tohoku (Headquarters: Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture, Chairman: Katsuhito Fuyuki) from November 19th (Thursday) to December 16th (Thursday), 2020. Until Wednesday), "Alaska Seafood Fair" will be held at all 95 stores in Coop Tohoku.
During the period, you can buy seafood such as sockeye salmon, true sardines, sujiko and kazunoko from Alaska. In addition, we will also carry out a gift campaign where a total of 500 people who purchase the target product will win a co-op gift certificate that allows them to purchase Alaska seafood.
The rich Alaskan waters are home to a variety of seafood, including salmon, sardines, and atka mackerel, which are familiar to Japanese dining tables. In addition, many seafood that has been loved for a long time in the Tohoku region, such as roe such as sujiko and kazunoko, and walleye pollock, which is used as a raw material for bamboo fish paste and has a plump and elastic texture, is also available in Alaska. It is being caught.
Coop Tohoku Sun Net Jigyo Rengo Cooperative Union operates as a business association. The Company provides food and groceries joint purchasing and home delivery services to union members.
Alaskan seafood is characterized by its natural firmness and high flavor. In addition, it is caught under the rule that it does not adversely affect the ecosystem and does not overfish so as not to lose the blessings of the sea, and it is widely recognized as a sustainable marine product in the world.