Our wild-caught Pacific Halibut comes from The Gulf of Alaska. With its mild, sweet taste & its firm meaty flesh, halibut holds flavor well and maintains its shape during cooking, making it great for roasting, grilling, sautéing, or poaching.
- The International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) is responsible for the sustainable harvest of Halibut populations and setting limits on the quantity, size, and season of fishing.
- The commission determined in 2018 that the Halibut numbers are healthy for fishing and had increased from previous years. (NOAA Fisheries, Pacific Halibut).
- Two independent certification standards guarantee the responsible management of the Alaskan Halibut fishery: the Alaska Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM) and the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). (ASMI, Halibut)
- Our halibut is caught in Kodiak, Alaska and by our trusted partners at the Seafood Producers Cooperative.
- High in minerals & omega-3 fatty acids.
- Good source of protein & B vitamins.
- Halibut can weigh up to 500 pounds and live up to 55 years.
- These fish can be easily identified due to their sideways swim and prominent eyes.
- Wild halibut enjoy their adult lives in the bottom of shallow oceans eating sculpins, sand lance, herring, octopus, crabs, clams, and other groundfish.