When we decided to direct market our fish it was, and still is, very important to us that we not only supply clean, sustainable fish direct to the consumer, but also that we be a force for good, promoting sustainable practices and teaching stewardship to the next generation. That's why we're so pleased to partner with the Copper River Watershed Project.
The reasons people don't eat enough fish run the gamut. We've heard everything from no time to shop for good fish, to worry that you won't prepare it correctly. But by far the biggest issue we hear is uncertainty about the fish itself.
We're so pleased that we are able to share the fish we love with you, and that no matter where you live, it will be just as good as if you'd picked it up at one of our Seattle markets. We are honored to be among the best of the best featured in Food and Wine's 6 Best Places to Buy Pacific Northwest Seafood Online.
Now this is the crazy part- I'm actually proud we haven't shipped any fish. Proud that we are doing this right. Proud that our customers can trust us to truly bring them sustainable fish at a time that is right for the fish. And I'm proud of our community. Proud that you understand what it takes to support a wild and sustainable fishery.
From the pristine waters of Alaska, fresh to your table, we are partnering with Crowd Cow to deliver quality in the most sustainable and ethical way possible. Together with Crowd Cow we look forward to serving you with our Copper River Salmon.