Here's an overview of the entire cold chain: 

  1. The fish is caught, cleaned and flash frozen up in Alaska. 

  2. It is shipped frozen to Washington and Oregon states for packaging and co-processing. 

  3. We then ship in bulk via freezer truck to our fulfillment centers in Washington, Wisconsin, Florida, California, New Jersey or Oklahoma.

  4. The fish is kept in cold storage and then shipped with dry ice via our delivery carrier partners to individual members. 

This process may sound complex, but it's the most effective way we've found to keep high-quality seafood flowing out of Alaska to all of our members around the country. Once you thaw the seafood that's on its way to you, we can assure you it is as close to eating straight off the boat as you can get without personally going to Alaska and catching it.

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