Directory Category: Seafood Processors
Ocean Beauty began in 1910 as a storefront on the Seattle waterfront called the Washington Fish and Oyster Company.
Today Ocean Beauty is one of the largest seafood companies in the United States, operating nine domestic factories, eight distribution facilities across the western US, a sales office in Japan, and has co-packing relationships with processors in Asia, Europe, and South America.
Silver Bay Seafoods is an integrated processor of frozen salmon, herring and squid products for domestic and export markets. They began in 2007 as a single salmon processing facility in Sitka, Alaska. Today, Silver Bay is one of the largest seafoods companies in Alaska, operating six domestic processing facilities throughout Alaska and the West Coast.
Strategically located between the iconic Copper River king and sockeye salmon fisheries and the abundant, hatchery-enhanced pink salmon fisheries of Prince William Sound, Trident’s two Cordova facilities enjoy a steady supply of high-quality, wild Alaska salmon from mid-May through September. Fresh sockeye and king salmon from the Copper River dominate production in May and early June. As sockeye, chum and pink salmon runs ramp up through the summer in Prince William Sound, H&G and frozen fillet production increases in both plants. Peak seasonal employment at the two plants is upwards of 500 workers. Cordova North focuses heavily on the production of traditional can-packed and skinless-boneless canned salmon. In addition to this unique form of canned product, Cordova North also produces large volumes of high-quality wild salmon oil for human health supplements. Together with hydrolysates for animal feed and organic fertilizers, Cordova’s product line highlights Trident’s continuing investments in new-product development and full utilization.
Cordova, AK 99574
Alaska Wild Seafoods, LLC is a local and family owned processing plant for fresh and wild Copper River and Prince William Sound salmon, all domestically processed, operating from May to October. They began as seafood production workers in a processing plant, but today, they are a wholesale seafood operation who continues to grow.
Taste the wild, taste the difference!