BE MORE BEAR this January with Wild Alaska Seafood Month

A new year and a new month is the best time to start healthy habits like eating seafood from Alaska. We are kicking off the new year with #WildAlaskaSeafoodMonth. 

Look out for our promotions across all major retailers including Sainsbury's, Ocado and Costco throughout January, where we will be championing the health benefits of eating wild seafood.

Not only is Alaska seafood delicious, but it is also highly nutritious and provides the following health benefits.


Heart Health

Regularly eating fatty fish reduces the inflammatory substances produced in the heart’s arteries, improving their function, and Omega-3’s from wild Alaska seafood give your heart a health boost.


Boosting Mood

The connection between diet and brain health has been well documented and omega-3 fatty acids, particularly DHA & EPA, can change your brain and help to improve your mood.


Healthy Fats

Seafood from Alaska is low in both total fat and saturated fat, making it a lean protein source. 


Brain Health

Consuming a nutrient-dense diet that includes wild Alaska seafood ensures adequate intake of nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D that can boost brain health.


Immune Function

Whether you’re young or old, seafood omega-3s may tone down overactive immune responses and can improve your immune function.


Gut Health

Healthy omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) positively influence gut microbiota composition and the functionality of the gut-brain axis, preventing ‘bad’ organisms from growing, and letting ‘good’ ones flourish.


High Quality Protein

Alaska seafood provides a complete array of essential amino acids – all of which are easily absorbed by the body, aiding the repair and maintenance of muscles.


Healthy Diet

Whether you follow one diet strictly, or find balance in following multiple, seafood is the common key protein in your diet!