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Pike Place Fish Market
Distributor

John Yokoyama purchased Pike Place Fish in 1965. As a young man of 25, he was at first hesitant to buy the business. At that time, John was one of several employees of the quiet, unassuming little fish stand. Today, it is a historic, open air market located in the heart of Seattle, Washington. By doing what inspires them, they became a world-famous distributor, building upon personal customer interactions and appreciation. They are committed to their vision of seeing companies around the world improving the quality of life for people and the environment. Operating from a powerful vision and a unique set of guiding principles, Pike Place Fish Market has become a model for other organizations and used as a case study in business schools, universities, books, and training videos. The have paired with Seafood Catch and the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program to help consumers and businesses make choices in support of a healthy ocean. The company believes that by interacting with people and maintaining a strong intention to make a difference for them, they can remain a world-famous fish market.

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Sustainability Partnerships
Seafood Watch Program
Overnight Delivery
Yes
Distribution Notes

 Pick-up and delivery available in Seattle.  FedEx and UPS delivery available in the United States.

20 results, on 1 pages
Seafood Productssort descending Seafood Origin(s) Harvest Method(s) Sustainability Ratings/Scores Seafood Cert. Min. Order
Arctic Char
(char, common char, alpine trout, alpine char, sea trout)
Closed/Contained
0 lbs
Black Rockfish
(Rockfish)

USA

California, USA
Oregon, USA
Washington, USA
Handline
Hook & Line
0 lbs
Blue Marlin
(sailfish, spikefish, boohoo)

USA

Hawaii, USA
Longline
0 lbs
California Market Squid
(market squid, opalescent inshore squid)

USA

California, USA
Purse Seine
0 lbs
Chinook Salmon
(king salmon, spring salmon)

USA

Alaska, USA
CA-Humbug Mt to Horse Mt, USA
CA-Klamath River, USA
OR-Columbia River, USA
OR-N. of Cape Falcon, USA
WA-Columbia River, USA
WA-N. of Cape Falcon, USA
Drift Gillnet
Gillnet
Troll
0 lbs
Chum Salmon
(keta salmon, dog salmon, chub, calico salmon)

USA

Alaska, USA
Gillnet
Purse Seine
0 lbs
Coho Salmon
(silver salmon, white salmon)

USA

Alaska, USA
Gillnet
Troll
0 lbs
Dungeness Crab
(market crab, San Francisco crab)

USA

California, USA
Oregon, USA
Washington, USA
Pot/Trap
0 lbs
King Crab (Red)
(king crab)

USA

Alaska, USA
Pot/Trap
0 lbs
Manila Clams
(littleneck clam)

USA

Washington, USA
Open/Uncontained
0 lbs
Pacific Cod
(Alaska cod, grey cod, true cod, P-cod)

USA

Alaska, USA
Trawl
0 lbs
Pacific Halibut
(common halibut, Alaskan halibut)

USA

Alaska, USA
Oregon, USA
Washington, USA
Bottom Longline
0 lbs
Pacific Oysters
(Japanese oyster)

USA

Washington, USA
Open/Uncontained
0 lbs
Patagonian Toothfish
(Chilean seabass, mero, icefish, antarctic cod)

Australia

Tasmania, Australia
Longline
0 lbs
Pink Shrimp (Ocean)
(northern shrimp)

USA

Oregon, USA
Trawl
0 lbs
Sablefish
(black cod, butterfish, gindara)

USA

Alaska, USA
California, USA
Oregon, USA
Washington, USA
Bottom Longline
Longline
0 lbs
Tanner Crab (Southern)
(snow crab)

USA

Alaska, USA
Pot/Trap
0 lbs
Sockeye Salmon
(red salmon, blueback, redfish)

USA

Alaska, USA
Gillnet
Purse Seine
Troll
0 lbs
Spiny Lobster (Caribbean)
(rock lobster, Florida lobster)
Pot/Trap
0 lbs
Weathervane Scallops
(Alaskan scallop)

USA

Alaska, USA
Dredge
0 lbs