Thank you, Outside Magazine!

November 23, 2016

We're proud that Outside Magazine recognized our Give:Fish Project in their December Issue's 30 Under 30 feature, because that's something we collaborate on with both the seafood industry and our customer community. In case you didn't know, for each item purchased, we donate a can of wild Alaska salmon caught by our hardworking fleet to the Food Bank of Alaska. Thank you for helping us give back! 



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