CANNON FISH COMPANY Variety of seafood items Founded in 1991, Cannon Fish is the Northwest’s premier producer of high quality finfish steaks, portions and fillets. Cannon Fish is the processing and marketing arm of APICDA, a non-profit Native Alaskan organization dedicated to strengthening local economies in six remote villages in the Aleutian-Pribilof region of Alaska. • Direct sourcing from Alaska • State of the art processing facility in Kent, Washington, specializing in portion control finfish • All proceeds generated by Cannon Fish go into strengthening the communities we serve Cannon Fish offers high quality and sustainable Wild Alaska salmon, halibut, Pacific cod and black cod. Our experienced sourcing team puts quality first, and our dedicated production crew is unmatched in the industry. • Expert portion control • MSC Certified Sustainable • Custom specs available VIKENCO Norwegian salmon Our idyllic island Rindarøya has been home to fishery since the 1860s. Vikenco has been a recognized supplier of seafood to markets all over the world since 1973 and was a pioneer in salmon farming. Harvesting, processing and logistics are still done locally on site. In our community and at Vikenco, the culture of fishery, fish processing and trade, is passed down through generations. We’re committed because we understand the connection between how our fish is raised and cared for, and the taste. We ensure the high quality possible: • Every step of the process is carefully examined • Strict quality assurance control • Fully traceable products • The only BAP-certified processing plant in Norway The Atlantic Salmon originates from our crystal clear and cold rivers. Vikenco is situated in Aukra, on the far coast of Romsdal, Norway. We are surrounded by cold, clean waters, yet only a few hours away from major international airports. This makes our salmon reach our valued customers as fresh as it gets, and with superior quality! 20 FINFISH KEY: = SUSTAINABLE = LOCAL = USA

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