Nobody Knows Fish Like We Do
Our fish come from the pristine, piercingly cold water that flows through Alaska’s Bering Sea and Bristol Bay. These waters are home to some of the world’s most valuable wild fisheries. We do our part to keep it that way. We strive to uphold the responsibilities entrusted to us so that our lands can remain bountiful for generations to come.
Our business is built on connection: healthy fish, healthy people, healthy planet. From a spoonful of roe to a thousand-mile bay, we believe the most meaningful life begins once we savor all that we are given.
Thousands of years ago, the fish ran as strongly through Bristol Bay as they do today. Thanks to the Bay’s consistent abundance, it was quickly recognized as a prized hunting ground and called home by Alaska’s Alutiiq, Dena’ina, and Yup’ik peoples. Today, the stewardship of Bristol Bay’s lands, waters, and regional communities are tended to by Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC), a for-profit Native organization representing the descendants of Bristol Bay’s original inhabitants.
On behalf of its 11,000 shareholders and 7,400 residents, BBNC constantly seeks new opportunities to make its corner of the world just a little bit better. Working with quality fishing operations guarantees that our natural resources are being responsibly and respectfully harvested, generates economic and social opportunities within Bristol Bay’s resident communities, and introduces a world-class product to the larger market.
To that end, BBNC founded Bristol Wild Seafood Company to introduce our region’s seafood to customers throughout the United States. As a supplier, our team adds value to the seafood we handle by inspecting the catch for quality, portioning fillets, and ensuring that all products are safely stored and distributed to our food service and retail customers in a reliable, timely manner.