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Goodfish Introduces Snack Made With Fried Alaskan Salmon Skins

August 25, 2020: 12:00 AM EST

The Los Angeles-based start-up has created a fully traceable and sustainable flash-fried crisp salmon skin snack. The salmon are sourced from Bristol Bay, the easternmost arm of the Bering Sea in Southwest Alaska, in partnership with Trident Seafoods. The area has been in the headlines recently because of the threat to salmon fishery posed by the planned Pebble mine, an open-pit copper/gold/molybdenum mine. The Goodfish “brain, skin and body snack” is packaged in four flavors: sea salt, chili lime, spicy BBQ, and tart cranberry. Guilbert said the chips are just the first of a full line of snacks Goodfish plans to develop, including possibly nuggets with pieces of fruits and nuts, cracklins', and jerky. A former Whole Foods Market global grocery coordinator has joined the company to assist in setting up the supply chain and operations.[Image Credit: © Goodfish]
Laine Welch, "California startup turns Bristol Bay salmon skins into a fried snack", Anchorage Daily News, August 25, 2020, © Anchorage Daily News
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