Cod has been a world wide staple since the year 1000 when the Basques greatly
expanded cod markets into a truly international trading item. The healthy
resource in Alaska is keeping this tradition alive. Harvested in the icy,
pristine waters of Alaska’s Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska, Pacific cod’s firm
flaky texture, white color and mild flavor have proven ideal for a wide range
of foodservice menus, from fast food to white tablecloth restaurants.
Pacific Cod Long Lining in Bering Sea
Discovery Star & Bering Star Processing Cod in Dutch Harbor