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Wild Alaskan Company is a monthly, sustainable and ready-to-cook seafood subscription box. Each delivery comes with individually portioned 6-ounce filets of Sockeye Salmon from Bristol Bay, Alaska. When ordering family-sized quantities, members can expect to save up to 40% with free shipping. All boxes are expected to arrive on your doorstep within seven days of placing your order, and they will arrive the same time each month.
This box of quality sustainable fish offers eight unique subscription plans, depending on the size of your order.
Here are a few of their smaller plan options. These plans feed between 1 and 3 people.
Fish Lovers Share
The company offers a number of larger plans for families and bigger groups. These feed anywhere from 4 to 16 people!
Family Share Two
Family Share Three
They're a new company, so there aren't too many reviews out there on the ol' world wide web. Check back soon for updates!
According to this subscription company, your box arrives to your doorstep within seven days of your order. In the following months the box will come the same time as your first order.
The company ships anywhere in the United States and Alaska. Your shipment of fish arrives in an insulated container full of dry ice via express ground or air service. The fish arrives frozen and ready to be put in the freezer.
For the Fish Lovers Share and larger, shipping is free.
The company offers one primary method of contacting them by email:
They also have an extensive FAQ section of their page to answer a lot of your questions. There is also an on-site live chat for questions.
If you decide to cancel or pause your membership, it can be done easily.
Here is the cancellation process:
Send an email before your membership renews each month. They will cancel it right away.
In addition to cancellation they also offer a 100% money-back guarantee. They refund the total purchase price, no questions asked if you are unsatisfied.
The founder, Arron Kallenberg, is second generation Alaskan salmon fisherman. The company started with his grandfather moved to Alaska from New Jersey to fish for sockeye salmon from a small wooden sailboat.
Later on, his grandfather returned to the East Coast to get a Master’s Degree from Cornell University where his master’s thesis was “A Study of the Red Salmon of Bristol Bay with Particular Reference to Teaching its Conservation.”
The company has stayed true and focused to sustainable harvesting of Alaskan Salmon in Bristol Bay. In a world where farmed salmon has taken over, Wild Alaskan Company has remained an industry leader in seafood.
They are major supporters of many causes pertaining to their business such as protecting Bristol Bay from international mining corporations, protecting wild fish populations, and eliminating fish farms.
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