Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute Partners with Chefs, Culinary Experts and Alaskans to Reveal #AlaskaSeafoodHacks and Encourage Home Cooks to Share Their Own

On behalf of the nation’s largest source of wild domestic seafood, the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) is launching #AlaskaSeafoodHacks, a program to uncover the best tips and tricks for preparing delicious, nutritious and sustainable seafood. As consumers are buying and cooking seafood more than ever, ASMI is bringing together chefs, culinary masterminds and those who cook seafood the most – Alaskans and members of the fishing industry – to provide easy recipe inspiration and cooking tips while encouraging home cooks to share their own #AlaskaSeafoodHacks on social media.

Updated Report Affirms Alaska’s Seafood Industry is Essential Driver of State Economy

The 2022 update of The Economic Value of Alaska’s Seafood Industry report affirms that Alaska’s seafood industry is an essential driver of the state’s economy. The seafood industry directly employs 62,200 workers annually in Alaska, more workers than any other private sector industry, and contributes $5.7 billion to Alaska’s economy.

Support Alaska And Alaskans When You Choose Alaska Seafood

After a few minutes of discussion about reviewing a plan presented by the owners of MDI Lobster Inc., located on Clark Point Road, members of the board decided to focus on the tent and food trailer currently at the property. 

Jann Dickerson Awarded New Role as Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute Domestic Foodservice Marketing Representative

Dickerson has worked with ASMI for over 20 years, a long association with ASMI, serving most recently as head of foodservice national accounts. The new role will oversee the integration and execution of both foodservice distribution and operator programs to increase synergy across ASMI’s domestic marketing program.

Alaska Salmon Fishery Recertified to RFM Standard

On June 2, 2020 the Alaska salmon fishery successfully achieved recertification to the Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM) Certification program. This is the first fishery to be assessed using Version 2.0 of the Alaska RFM Fisheries Standard. The Alaska salmon fishery originally received RFM Certification in March 2011.