Founded in 1910 and headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA, Ocean Beauty Seafoods, Inc., is a pioneer in the Northwest and Alaska seafood industry, today ranks among the largest and most successful vertically integrated seafood companies in the Pacific Northwest. In 2004 Ocean Beauty purchase Port Clyde and Commander brands of sardines and Neptune brand clams from Bumble Bee Seafoods, LLC.
In 2007 Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation (BBEDC) has invested a 50% equity stake in Ocean Beauty. With worldwide sourcing and company owned processing, distribution and sales outlets in Alaska and throughout the continental United States, we make it possible for all of our products – fresh, frozen and canned – to reach customers in key markets around the world.
Ocean Beauty's production locations provide access to: -The premier salmon run in the world. (Copper River/Cordova) -The largest sockeye fishery in the world. (Naknek) -The largest chum fishery in Alaska. (Petersburg) -Plentiful cod, pollock and pink salmon grounds. (Kodiak) -Quality halibut, cod and salmon. (Nikiski) -Abundant supplies of cod, salmon and halibut (Alitak) -Fresh, frozen and canned salmon, salmon roe, salmon caviar, halibut and sablefish.
Brands :Ocean Beauty, Ocean Bonita,Sea Choice,Echo Falls LASCCO,Three Star, Rite ,Nathan's ,Icy Point ,Tribe Pillar Rock ,Pink Beauty , Searchlight , Commander , Port Clyde , Neptune. -
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