Supply chain issues have plagued the world economy since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and a shortage of refrigerated trailers and containers, often called reefers, further complicates the situation.
A revamped website matches buyers worldwide with suppliers of Alaska seafood.
Putting seafood to new uses earned recognition and cash prizes at the 5th annual Sitka Food Business Innovation Contest.
Under new management since late 2020, Peter Pan Seafood Company has increased its focus on value-added US products, contributing to significant growth
A veteran of Peter Pan Seafood is back at the company as Vice President of Sales.
One year after new owners acquired Peter Pan Seafood Co., the 123-year old company is getting an update to its brand identity.
It was all hands on deck at the end of 2020 as new ownership took charge of the storied Peter Pan Seafoods company, now Peter Pan Seafood Co., preparing for their first season at the helm.
Like Alaska’s oil industry, Alaska’s seafood industry supply chain moves most of the state’s seafood out of state as an unrefined product, creating a persistent challenge for fishing communities that seek to keep more value and more Alaska fisheries jobs in state.
Alaska Sea Grant and the Aleutians East Borough will partner on a project to launch a pilot seaweed farm near Sand Point on the Alaska Peninsula, with a $99,800 grant from National Sea Grant, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Dramatic increases in post-harvest chilling practices, coupled with innovative marketing tactics led by the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association are proving successful for both the fishing fleet in Bristol Bay, and grocery retailers across the US.