Trident Seafoods FAQ

Wild Alaska Pollock Information

Curious about Wild Alaska Pollock? Read below for common 
questions and answers about the most-consumed fish in the U.S.


What type of fish is Wild Alaska Pollock?

A cousin to cod, Wild Alaska Pollock is one of the most-consumed fish in the U.S. It is a mild-flavored white fish with a soft, delicate and flaky texture when cooked. Also known as the Walleye Pollock, it differs from the larger, oilier Atlantic pollock, which is actually a different species.

Is Wild Alaska Pollock healthy?

Can I consume Wild Alaska Pollock if I’m pregnant?

Is Wild Alaska Pollock sustainable?

How is Wild Alaska Pollock caught?

What does Wild Alaska Pollock taste like?

How do you cook Wild Alaska Pollock?

Other Helpful Information

Read below for answers to some of our most popular FAQs. 

Is it OK to consume fish past the expiration date on the package?

How do I know if the fish I purchased is wild or farmed?

I found what looks like glass in my canned salmon?

Do your products contain MSG?

Does your packaging contain BPA?

Where can I buy Trident Seafoods products?

Is the product I bought fully cooked?

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