The seafood that we catch is all truly Wild Alaskan and sustainable. Fresh Alaskan Wild Legacy Seafood is the best for many reasons.
There is a lot of fish on the market that is cheap and farmed. A lot of that seafood gets diseased and dies. Some farmed fish has no flavor or color, so fish farmers add artificial flavors and colors to the meat. The fish must grow in pens and is fed all manner of food that fish would never see in the wild and the water is often polluted. There is a lot of concern about health for people who eat farmed fish.
Our seafood at Wild Legacy Seafoods comes from the pristine, clean waters of Alaska. The fish is very clean and healthy. It has robust color and fine, mouthwatering flavor. It is also a naturally excellent source of healthy omega oils. Therefore, eating Wild Legacy Seafoods is very healthy!
Sustainability of our fish in Alaska is managed and directed by Alaska Department of Fish and Game and is enforced by Alaska State Troopers. We in Alaska have one of the best managed fisheries in the world. For example, in 2016 we had a record catch for Sockeye in Bristol Bay for the last twenty years. Thanks to Alaskan Fish and Game we have the best sustainable fisheries management anybody can ask for.