Peter Pan Seafoods, Inc. produces and sells frozen, canned, and fresh seafood products. The company focuses on catching, harvesting, processing, and marketing salmon, halibut, pollock, cod, and crab from the pristine waters of Alaska. It also offers tuna, mahi, swordfish, Atlantic salmon, canned salmon, and imitation krab; and king crab, tanner crab, and surimi (analogs).
The company offers its products to processors, retailers, supermarkets, and food distributors in North America, Asia, Europe, and internationally. Peter Pan Seafoods, Inc. was formerly known as P. E. Harris Co., Inc. and changed its name in March 1950.
The company was founded in 1912 and is based in Seattle, Washington with processing facilities in King Cove, Dillingham, Port Moller, and Valdez, Alaska. It has support facilities in False Pass, Naknek, Sand Point, and Dillingham, Alaska; and a labelling warehouse in Astoria, Oregon. Peter Pan Seafoods, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Maruha Capital Investment, Inc.
New MSC standard for seaweed presented Chile
An induction to the Marine Stewardship Council standard in seaweed was carried out in dependencies of Chinquihue Foundation, in Puerto Montt, at the request of the Undersecretariat of Fisheries and Aquaculture.