Seafood Producers Cooperative recently won Whole Foods Seafood Supplier of the Year Award “for helping Whole Foods Market offer its customers the best quality, sustainably caught king salmon, coho salmon, halibut, ling cod, sablefish and rockfish on the market; and for its unparalleled customer service, industry expertise and ability to deliver product when no one […]
We need to feed people not just for today but tomorrow and our sustainably caught seafood is a great option for the health of our bodies and our planet. Here’s an article from Crosscut, a Seattle magazine, about how several Seattle-area hospitals are working to incorporate more sustainable seafood into their menus. Chris Linaman, executive […]
Here’s a love letter sent from Alaska. From the Seafood Producers Cooperative plant in Sitka to the finest restaurants stateside, below is a video that tells the story of the special journey of our salmon and how it reaches restaurant customers stateside. Salmon Life: A Love LetterFrom the sea to your table… it’s a delicious […]
Seafood Producers Cooperative (SPC) partners with Fishwise, an NGO that “promotes the health and recovery of ocean ecosystems by providing innovative market-based tools to the seafood industry.” Fishwise supports “sustainability through environmentally responsible business practices.” Read more here about SPC’s Partnership with Fishwise.
Because our fishermen’s cooperative is customer-driven, we are constantly working to not only keep up with but go above and beyond sustainability and food safety certification trends in the industry to ensure our customers that they are getting the best product available on the market. Our fish are MSC-certified and recognized by Monterey Bay Aquarium’s […]
SPC is really proud to have been featured in the USDA’s Magazine of Rural Cooperatives (March/April 2015 issue). It’s an excellent article about our fishermen’s co-op. Great presentation of the history of our co-op, what is special about how we catch and produce fish and bring them to our customers, and why it’s a good idea […]
Like any story worth telling, it started with a dream. A $2500 investment and then they were off to go fishing. They were 21 years old, in love, and studying at Western Washington University to become teachers. They’d only known each other for 10 months when they got married. Kind advice led Jay and Becky […]