Seafood's story starts in Alaska's waters

04/2/2013 | QSR Magazine

Most U.S. restaurant chains can't list local seafood among their offerings, but that doesn't mean there's not a compelling story behind the fish on their plate. Alaska's seafood industry employs about 52,000 people and provides about $6 billion worth of fish to the global market each year, including much of the pollock and cod used in quickservice fish dishes, according to this industry profile.

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