The North Atlantic sea scallop satisfies the largest segment of the U.S. market, however imported scallops from some of the riches sources in the world play an important role in helping meet market demand for these deliciously creamy, tender and mildly-sweet mollusks.
A high-quality, sustainable white fish, Alaskan flatfish populations are at healthy levels and as of 2010 was certified by the Marine Stewardship Council as a sustainable fishery. The most common species are yellowfin sole, northern rock sole, flathead sole and Alaska plaice.
The largest populations are found in the Gulf of Alaska and the Eastern Bering Sea. Our Pacific cod is frozen at sea to preserve the taste and quality. The fillets are firm, white and produce large flakes when cooked.
A very popular fish known for its mild, sweet flavor and lean, flaky texture, our haddock is harvested from the icy cold North Atlantic and frozen immediately after the catch to preserve the flavor and quality of the fish.