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Company turns pollock research into supplement

...the heads, bones, skin and guts. Richard Draves, vice president of product development for Seattle-based American Seafoods Co., the parent of American Marine Ingredients, calls them "side stream" because "waste" or "byproducts...
Company ordered to pay fishing crews more for harvest

ANCHORAGE - American Seafoods Co., the largest operator of Bering Sea fishing ships, should pay crew members an extra $1.86 million for work during last winter's...
Community briefly

...the deadline to apply for financial donations from American Seafoods Co. This is the third year in a row that American Seafoods Co. has donated $50,000 for programs and projects...
Bering Sea giant to be bought

ANCHORAGE - A group of U.S. investors is planning a $465 million purchase of American Seafoods Co., which runs the largest fleet of ships that catch and process Bering Sea pollock and other bottomfish. The fishing company's...
Juneau Empire Online Business Spotlight: On the move 6/30/98

...with her husband, Chris, and their dogs Deshka and Bear. American Seafoods looking for community advisers: American Seafoods Co. wants to add one or two people from Southeast Alaska to its Community Advisory Board. The board meets four times...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Local News: State and Local Briefs 1/15/98

...the American Dynasty ties up at Juneau's cruise ship dock Monday. The offshore processing vessel, owned by American Seafoods Co., is welcoming people to take a look around the ship while it's in port. Local, state and federal officials...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Local News: Trawler flacks for fish fight 1/20/98 of the bad guys in the Bering Sea. Amid a political battle that could reshape the factory trawl fleet, American Seafoods Co. sent one of its ships, American Dynasty, through Southeast ports to tell people what it does in one of the...
Juneau Empire Online Local News: Trawler in hot water with Coast Guard 9/8/98

...for exemption to laws aimed at ``Americanizing'' the U.S. fishery. The vessel, owned by Seattle-based American Seafoods Co., is the 252-foot American Triumph, rebuilt in a Norwegian shipyard in 1989 from the hull of the Acona, an...


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