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B2B Membership Website Opens With Wild, Alaska Seafood


Copper River Seafoods debuted its new on-line, wholesale membership website at the 2013 International Boston Seafood Show in mid-March.   Small and medium businesses welcomed an accessible, direct sourcing solution.   They routinely commented that they often are challenged to source premium wild seafood because of the high costs associated with a complex supply chain.    

Now officially open for business - restaurants, specialty gift, small seafood wholesalers and retailers have been applying for membership and getting set up to source seafood using the 24/7/365 web ordering system and working with their respective account managers.      

Membership levels offer businesses a best fit depending on their quantity, species and frequency of seafood procurement needs, as well as their customer service levels desired.    The three progressive levels start with Silver, which is the introductory and annual free membership for qualifying seafood buyers.   The Gold and Copper membership provide increasingly better pricing and services and are paid memberships ($100 annual, $250 annual - respectively).  

Chef's, small grocers,

specialty store owners, seafood purveyors  may apply for membership and within days be ordering seafood direct from Alaska to their businesses.    Taking advantage of Copper River Seafood's year-round national shipping programs, all shipping and handling is included in the product pricing.          

The website address is: http://wholesale.copperriverseafoods.com

About Copper River Seafoods, Inc.  


 Copper River Seafoods, Inc. is a primary and secondary wild Alaska, premium seafood manufacturer, established in 1996 by 4 Cordova area fishermen. Currently, the company employs 600 (150 year-round and 450 seasonal) to process and market all species of wild Alaska seafood to national retail and food service accounts. It is headquartered in Anchorage supporting primary processing in Cordova, Togiak, Unalaska, Kenai and a finished food processing facility in Anchorage.

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