Though widely known for its rich white meat, wild Alaska Pacific Cod is one of the most versatile meats, flavorful, nutritious, and easy on the wallet. Our Alaska Cod has a slightly sweet flavor and a moist, firm texture that makes it suitable for a wide variety of preparation methods such as fish and chips, tacos, and in salads or sandwiches. You don’t want to miss out on this tasty modern twist on the classic Reuben with this Alaska Cod Reuben Sandwich. Or for an elegant twist try our delicious Roasted Alaska Cod with Kale Pesto and Tomato Jam.
VERSATILE: Roast it or poach it, steam or saute and don’t forget to deep fry for some scrumptious fish N chips. Or keep it simple with flavor and color by pan searing it with butter, add olives, tomatoes, fresh garlic, fresh shaved fennel, and some orange segments for zest.
These are IQF (Individually Quick Frozen) fillets and NOT vacuum packed. These are great for families making their way through fish a little more quickly. This is the best bank for your buck. 20 lbs of mixed size fillets ranging from 6-16 oz fillets.
*Fillets are coated in a ice glaze to protect from dehydration. They have a shorter shelf life than vacuum packed (~ 8 months vs up to 2 years). However to maintain quality, fillets should be kept in box before use or a closed bag to prevent from freezer burn.
You can find our vacuum packed portions here
In Alaska, protecting the future of both the Pacific cod stocks and the environment takes priority over opportunities for commercial harvest. NOAA Fisheries and the North Pacific Fishery Management Council use surveys to assess biomass and set catch limits. Once this has been determined fishermen holding permits are allocated quota, and the number of permits is limited to prevent over fishing. In addition, NPFMC/NOAA establishes limits to mitigate encounters with non-trarget species, and in season catch monitoring is rigorous. These methods ensure wild Pacific Cod are available in Alaska for generations to come. The Alaska Pacific cod fishery is certified under two independent certification standards for sustainable fisheries: •ALASKA RESPONSIBLE FISHERIES MANAGEMENT(RFM) and MARINE STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL(MSC).For more information please visit AlaskaSeafood.org.