Alaska king crab is wild caught, harvested in the pristine waters off of Alaska’s rugged 34,000 mile coastline. No fish farming is allowed in Alaska.
In addition, Alaskan seafood is eco-friendly. Its abundant seafood species are part of healthy, intact ecosystems, and the fisheries are managed for sustainability.
Ever since statehood, in 1959, Alaska’s fisheries have been managed with the long-term health of the stocks as top priority. This is mandated by the Constitution of the State of Alaska.