We are pioneers in the geoduck industry. We have been involved with developing the fishery for over 25 years. Back when we started, the world didn’t really know what a geoduck was. The boats would leave port to dive unknown waters. The captains where armed with harvest orders to get as many pounds as they could. Prices were cheap, and quality unknown. As years have gone by, we have worked alongside our competitors to grow and develop our fishery into what we have today. A quality driven fishery, producing one of the most valuable and sought after culinary delicacies on earth. Now Washington State is known as the premium fishery for geoduck. Still to this day, we are pioneering live tanking systems, better harvest methods, less invasive practices, optimized packaging, and logistical solutions. Even traceability and management software are developed at our headquarters. Research and development is in our company’s DNA.

About the same time we got started, a few companies set out to see if they could farm geoduck on the tidelands of South Puget Sound. We took notice. Sharing our pioneering spirit we all had something in common. With many failures and a rough road behind, these pioneers have found success. Geoduck farmers are responsible for creating a sustainable premium food source, and jobs in our community. They are all giving us a better understanding of our waters and the environment we live in.

Customer Reviews

"Alaska Ice has the best quality Geoduck. I buy grade A geoducks from many suppliers, but the quality that fathom has is by far the best! Usually when I buy my geoducks from other suppliers I'm only able to tank for a couple days up to a week, but with Alaska Ice Seafoods geoduck I'm able to tank them up to a month and they would keep the same quality."

Lafittes Seafood

"Digging into our local Washington geoduck is like biting into a slice of coastal heaven. It's not just about the crunchy goodness – it's a taste of the pure saltwater vibes that make our seafood pop. Clean waterisn't just a backdrop; it's the superstar, making sure every bite is a shoutout to the Pacific Northwest's tastiest flavors." 

Shota Nakajima - Top Chef Season 18

Experience in numbers

513,000 boxes sold

25.5 MIL pounds sold

$381 MIL in sales