ANACORTES, WASHINGTON (PRWEB) JANUARY 27, 2016 — SeaBear Company, a leading processor of premium smoked salmon in the United States, is proud to announce its Gerard & Dominique line of wild salmon lox and its SeaBear brand Ready-to-Eat Wild Salmon are both are now verified by the Non-GMO Project.
The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit organization that believes in offering consumers an informed choice about genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and is committed to building the non-GMO food supply, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO options.
Gerard & Dominique branded items which will carry the Non-GMO Project’s seal are: Smoked Wild Sockeye Lox (regular and sugar free recipes); Smoked Wild Coho Lox; and Wild Coho Gravlax. For the SeaBear brand, items now Non-GMO Project Verified are the Ready-to-Eat Wild Salmon line (Sockeye, Smoked Sockeye, Smoked Pink and Smoked King varieties). And, the company is already working with the Non-GMO Project to verify additional items.
“We’re very pleased to be working with The Non-GMO Project in our efforts to meet customer demands for transparency on this issue, and are thrilled to be among the first major brands in the smoked salmon category to do so.” said Karen Calvin Woodard, Vice President of SeaBear Company. “We received fantastic response to our new Non-GMO Project Verified certifications at the San Francisco Fancy Food Show, and will now begin shipping to customers immediately through both our wholesale and direct-to-consumer channels.”
About SeaBear Company: SeaBear Wild Salmon is a small, growing, privately owned company in Anacortes, Washington, which started producing Northwest style smoked salmon in 1957. The SeaBear brand serves customers in all 50 states via their website at SeaBear.com. The company’s Gerard & Dominique brand of smoked salmon is served in fine restaurants and hotels, and available at select high end retail grocery stores.