"I am also aware of the over fishing of our seas, and stopped ordering seafood in restaurants, and never purchased any to cook at home.  It was the next natural step to try the salmon, your salmon. It was absolutely, perfectly wonderful! Not only was the flavor and texture perfect, the knowledge the food came from tended and not overfished parts of the ocean, and done with a hook and line made the meal even more delicious!

I just wanted to say Thank You, for providing a delicious healthy food, and doing so in a responsible way. I am looking forward to my next salmon meal! Yum!"

Sincerely,
Sue S.


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Approved Species

Wild Alaskan Pollock
Wild Portuguese Sardines
Wild Alaskan Salmon
Farmed Ecuadorian White Shrimp
Wild Northwest Albacore Tuna
Wild Alaskan Cod
Wild Alaskan Sablefish





EcoFish Wild Alaskan Pollock
HalibutEcoFish Wild Alaskan Pollock come from the healthy and well-managed, MSC certified Gulf of Alaska trawl fishery.

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EcoFish Wild Portuguese Sardines
MahimahiEcoFish Wild Portuguese Sardines come from the healthy and well-managed, MSC Certified Wild Sardine Purse Seine fishery in Portugal.

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EcoFish Wild Alaskan Salmon
SalmonEcoFish Wild Alaskan Salmon are caught by local family fishers, either troll caught (on hook-and-line) or gillnet caught. We chose Alaskan salmon because they are abundant, their habitat is intact and the fishery is extremely well managed. State biologists count salmon as they migrate up their natal river, and don't open the fishery until enough salmon escape up river to spawn and create a healthy population for future years. Salmon that return to rivers in Alaska are abundant because the rivers are clean and healthy and able to sustain salmon eggs and young salmon.

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EcoFish Wild Alaskan Cod
Bay ScallopsOur Wild Alaskan Cod (Gadus macrocephalus) is from the fixed gear (pot or line-caught) fishery, which eliminates the issues of habitat destruction in most cod fisheries from bottom trawling gear. The fishery is closely monitored by the state, and like so many others in Alaska, is regulated by a series of "openings" throughout the year, with painstaking attention paid to the landings to assure the future of both the species and the fishery.

EcoFish Wild Alaskan Cod are certified sustainable to the Marine Stewardship Council's environmental standard. Click on the link below to read detailed report about this fishery:

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EcoFish Natural Farmed Shrimp
White ShrimpOrganic certified since 2007, EcoFish’s aquaculture partner for sustainable shrimp production is located in Ecuador. Family owned and operated, this farm holds three prestigious European organic certifications. They are also Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certified, highlighting their commitment to sustainable shrimp production. The shrimp are stocked in low densities, therefore not requiring antibiotics, and are not fed any growth hormones, unlike conventionally factory farmed shrimp. They are feed a natural diet which includes protein derived from offcuts from local fish processors.

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EcoFish Northwest Wild Albacore Tuna
Albacore TunaEcoFish Albacore Tuna come from family fishers in the Pacific Northwest troll fishery (hook-and-line). Due to the selective nature of troll gear, the otherwise common bycatch (catching of untargeted species) of dolphins and turtles is not an issue. These Albacore are abundant because they are prolific breeders, fast growing and wide-ranging.

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Seafood Watch

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EcoFish Wild Alaskan Sablefish
SablefishOur Sablefish (Anoplopoma Fimbria) is also commonly called Black Cod, or Alaskan Butterfish. Biologically, it's closest relative is the Patagonian Toothfish (a.k.a. Chilean Seabass). Sablefish is sourced through deepwater longlines off of the Alaskan coast, and is very strictly managed with a season that mirrors the halibut fishery.

EcoFish Wild Alaskan Sablefish is certified sustainable to the Marine Stewardship Council's environmental standard. Click on the link below to read detailed report about this fishery:

Marine Stewardship Council

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