Bristol Bay Wild Market gives fans the chance to experience the best in Alaska seafood and culture at Climate Pledge Arena. Come for the game and be sure and discover Alaska while you’re there.

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WILD IS ALWAYS BETTER

Home to some of the last wild runs of salmon in the world, Alaska’s thriving wild salmon population is a testament to the pristine quality of Alaska’s waters and healthy salmon habitats; which means a healthier, tastier product compared to farmed salmon.

From the ice cold waters of Alaska’s Bering Sea, our cod is harvested one fish at a time, on a hook, the way that fish have been caught for hundreds of years. This process, called longlining, guarantees the most humane treatment of every fish and that the highest quality product is carefully delivered to market – which means higher quality, better tasting cod every time.

WILD IS ALWAYS BETTER

Home to some of the last wild runs of salmon in the world, Alaska’s thriving wild salmon population is a testament to the pristine quality of Alaska’s waters and healthy salmon habitats; which means a healthier, tastier product compared to farmed salmon.

From the ice cold waters of Alaska’s Bering Sea, our cod is harvested one fish at a time, on a hook, the way that fish have been caught for hundreds of years. This process, called longlining, guarantees the most humane treatment of every fish and that the highest quality product is carefully delivered to market – which means higher quality, better tasting cod every time.

Better tasting, better for you and better for the environment. That’s wild salmon.

The unique topography of the ocean floor and the nutrient-rich ocean currents make Alaska’s waters among the most productive and cleanest in the world. The remote locations of salmon harvesting grounds and Alaska’s strict regulations for seafood safety ensures that seafood products are safe from harmful environmental contaminants. Wild sockeye salmon harvested in the clean, pristine waters of Alaska are rich in nutrients, a great source of lean protein and packed with essential omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and even astaxanthin (a powerful heart-healthy, free-radical busting compound). But, wild salmon doesn’t stop there, did you know that because they weren’t raised on a farm being fed “feed” wild salmon have fewer calories and fat?

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Alaska Cod: better care means better quality, every time.

The better treatment of fish means a tastier product, Alaskan’s have known this for generations. Each fish is caught one at a time, on a hook, the way that fish have been caught for hundreds of years. Then, they are flash frozen at sea, preserving the best flavor and freshness. Alaska Cod fishermen can target cod and allow unwanted fish to be released back into the ocean while they are still alive. This careful process protects not only fish species, but protects the Alaskan marine habitat for future generations.

Learn more about Alaska owned companies delivering the highest quality cod to the world

BRISTOL BAY — LIKE NO OTHER PLACE ON EARTH

Home of the largest wild sockeye salmon fishery in the world, as well as three unique cultures and 31 villages. The diversity of Bristol Bay is staggering, and critical to not only Alaska and Seattle’s fishing industry, but the generations of Alaska Natives whose cultures rely on subsistence fishing.

BRISTOL BAY — LIKE NO OTHER PLACE ON EARTH

Home of the largest wild sockeye salmon fishery in the world, as well as three unique cultures and 31 villages. The diversity of Bristol Bay is staggering, and critical to not only Alaska and Seattle’s fishing industry, but the generations of Alaska Natives whose cultures rely on subsistence fishing.

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Every year, an average of 38 million sockeye salmon return to Bristol Bay, migrating from the open ocean back up the rivers to the lakes of their birth to lay their eggs, completing the natural life cycle unique to wild salmon. Bristol Bay isn’t only the home of the largest commercial wild salmon fishery in the world, but a region leading the world in sustainable fishing practices and habitat protection.

Bristol Bay is also home to Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC).

From the day the Yup’ik, Alutiiq, and Dena’ina began to connect, the Native people of the Bristol Bay region have lifted each other up, prospering and sustaining their Native way of life. BBNC is dedicated to responsible development, putting salmon — which has sustained families for centuries and contributes to the economic health of Alaska — first. And a belief that understanding heritage and culture unites shareholders with the long arc of history and instills a sense of responsibility to generations yet to come.

Bristol Bay Native Corporation; committed to shareholders, invested in the Bristol Bay region and a more sustainable Alaska.

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