The answer is simple, us. We have five commercial fishing permits in our family (Randy, Ryan, Mindy, Amy and I). This allows us to catch our own Alaska salmon.
We also have a processing plant that is less than a minute from where we come to shore with our fish. So we are able to process our own fish. Our plant operates in the guidelines of a HACCP plan. HACCP stands for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point. HACCP is a systematic, preventive approach to food safety that addresses physical, chemical and biological hazards as a means of prevention rather than finished product inspection. Our plant is inspected by DEC and/or FDA to ensure that we are in compliance. Our processing plant is also kosher certified. A rabbi comes up to Alaska during our season and inspects our plant to ensure that we are in compliance.
After we catch and process our wild salmon we package and freeze the salmon to fill retail orders online and also to supply our wholesale customers (restaurants, retail stores, smokers, etc.). So when you order from our website I (Nate) pull product out of the freezers and box the product for shipping. FedEx then takes our product and delivers it to your door.
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