What many seafood lovers, both casual and seasoned, don’t realize is that anything that swims in the sea should be frozen before the meal. Here’s why. 

 

Flash Frozen Red King Crab in container.

 

Natural Preservation

Ever heard those horror stories about fast food that could last twenty years? That’s a chemical nightmare. On the other hand, flash-freezing is a natural way to keep your seafood safe — and delicious.

 

Flavor Lock

The Bering Sea is a unique location. For years, fishermen have sworn by its currents and tides and how they guide all the best catches into one place, packed with the best flavor the sea has to offer. We want to make the most of that, so we’ve chosen a method that locks in the unique taste of these immaculate catches.

 

Texture Supreme

Light, fluffy, firm, or flaky. Whatever the texture of your seafood, we only use the most state-of-the-art tech to maintain its wild-caught glory. So once you thaw it out, you’ll experience your selection as naturally as possible.

 

Easy, Easy, Easy

Let it thaw. Heat it up. That's only two steps, folks.

 

Here at Alaskan King Crab Co., we’re constant advocates of accessibility and quality. Access to supreme seafood you can’t find in a store. Quality that only nature can produce. That’s why we’re proud to freeze our food. So, go ahead and see for yourself. We can’t wait to send it your way. 

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Sourced Straight from Sea to Table

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Sourced through trusted experts and chosen for taste, texture and quality.
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Flash frozen to lock in the fresh-off-the-dock taste.
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Packaged with dry ice and shipped overnight directly to your door.
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Simply thaw, prep, heat, and eat.
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