Alaska Small Business Development Center

Salmon Sisters Keep Their Sea Legs Amid Pandemic Swells

June 19, 2020

Over the years, you’ve likely heard about sisters and fishermen Emma Teal Laukitis and Claire Neaton and their family’s passion for the sea. Salmon Sisters is committed to sustainable fishing practices and ethical, intentional partnerships. They donate one percent of profits to the Food Bank of Alaska and partner with organizations working to protect marine ecosystems and the people who depend upon them. In sharing the flavor of Alaska, the company not only connects consumers to seafood, but also to dozens of products including branded XTRATUF boots, their own spice blends, and a recent cookbook featuring stories and recipes from their fishing life. Read more

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