Beck & Bulow Seafood Business Gains Vertical Integration as it Expands into Alaska

October 13, 2021 Beck & Bulow

Beck & Bulow has expanded into Alaska, an exciting development for the quality meats company. They have acquired their own facilities on Kodiak Island, sitting directly on one of the busiest – if not the busiest – fishing ports in the Americas. The seafood side of their business will now be completely vertically integrated. The fish are sustainably ocean caught, filleted, and flash frozen on the docks at -40 degrees Fahrenheit to perfectly preserve them at the peak of freshness.

King Crab Wins First Mock Ranked Choice Voting General Election

July 2, 2021 Anchorage Press

The results are in for the Division of Election’s (DOE) first mock Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) General Election. With 51% of the votes, King Crab has been named the Best Seafood in Alaska.

Copper River Salmon Fishery Brings Season’s First Catches, Camaraderie — and Hope

After last year’s weak run and uncertainty from the pandemic, one of Alaska’s best-known fisheries is underway with a prevailing sense of optimism.

Alaska Sea Grant Lands Gift to Boost Commercial Seafood Harvesters

February 16, 2021 Ann Gore, Alaska Sea Grant

Alaska Sea Grant at the University of Alaska Fairbanks has received a $450,000 donation from Northwest Farm Credit Services to fund several programs that support Alaska’s commercial seafood harvesters.

Alaska Now to Offer Vaccines to Non-Resident Seafood Industry Workers Buffeted by COVID-19 Outbreaks

Alaska officials will allow seafood industry workers from other states equal access to COVID-19 vaccines, a policy shift made Wednesday in the aftermath of outbreaks that flared in plants and offshore processing ships.