So where does the fish that you’re eating at Pacific Catch come from and how do we choose what to put on our menu? To ensure we only serve you ethically sourced seafood, we need to know every fish’s story—or as we call it, a “fish tale”!
What we need to know
Here’s the elements of the story that we need to know:
We need to know how, when and where it was caught. The answer to these questions help us determine what is sustainable.
Did you know
Fish and seafood change hands more than any other product in our food and beverage sourcing system! On average, 9 times! Shortening this chain and the number of middle market factors not only saves time and money but ensures that we have the best chance of getting the best sustainable seafood
Dive into the fish tales from our menu!
Farmed Atlantic Salmon
Kvarøy Arctic salmon has double the omega-3 content of other farmed salmon. Instead of dragging large nets across the ocean for small feeder fish, Kvarøy Arctic is deriving omega-3s directly from the microalgae the small fish would consume.
Flavor: Rich & Sweet, Mild
Location: Panama Coast
Kanpachi is the premier member of the Amberjack family, prized by Japanese itamae and top chefs everywhere.
The species is marked by a dark blue-green upper body with a lavender-tinted belly and elongated fins
Flavor: Sweet & Mild
Farmed Pacifico Striped Bass
Pacifico striped bass are open-ocean raised striped bass, not to be confused with the hybrid species currently farmed in freshwater ponds and lakes. Our striped bass (Morone Saxatilis), also known in the wild as rock fish or stripers, are large fish with black stripes running along their silvery metallic sides.
Wild Caught Yellowfin Tuna
Location: Western Pacific
The yellowfin tuna is a species of tuna found in pelagic waters of tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide.
Yellowfin is often marketed as ahi, from the Hawaiian ʻahi, a name also used there for the closely related bigeye tuna.
Texture: Firm & Low Oil
Wild Caught Alaskan Cod
The Pacific cod has been a staple of the seafood industry for decades.
This deep-water, round whitefish is long-line harvested from Oregon to Alaska and is certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council.
Texture: Lean, White & Flaky
Wild Caught Rockfish
Location: U.S. Coast
Rockfish is a common term for several species of fish, referring to their tendency to hide among rocks.
There are almost 70 species of rockfish found in the Eastern Pacific, from the Bering Sea to Baja California.