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Learn more about our operations in two of the most sustainable fisheries in the world: the Bering Sea and the North Pacific Ocean.
The fisheries have been good to us. Keeping them sustainable and pristine is an obligation—and responsibility—we take seriously.
The Bering Sea and the Pacific Northwest fisheries are some of the most monitored and well-managed fisheries in the world.
All species are caught from Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified sustainable fisheries.
For every 100 fish, 15 are harvested and 85 others are left to swim and thrive.
The Bering Sea and the North Pacific Ocean are two of the most monitored and sustainable fisheries in the world. We’re leading the way to keep them sustainable.
With zero fresh water usage and the lowest carbon footprint among mainstream protein, there’s little environmental impact to leave behind.
Sustainability starts with our skippers and crew, who work proactively with onboard federal observers to capture data, monitor bycatch, and then avoid it altogether whenever possible.
From Alaska to the Northwest, we’re embedded in communities that depend on fishing, and we do our part to support and advance each one.
The Bering Sea Aleutian Islands Wild Alaska Pollock fishery and Pacific Hake fishery have achieved the two highest Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification scores of any certified whitefish fishery in the world.
American Seafoods is an active participant in the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, and the Pacific Fishery Management Council, and it collaborates regularly with the National Marine Fisheries Service.