A boat-to-table seafood processor in Sitka is expanding its retail footprint in the Midwest.
Sitka Salmon Shares has just completed a deal to join some other high-end food retailers and manufactures in a renovated mill in downtown Madison, Wisconsin.
Sitka Salmon Shares resembles Community Supported Agriculture — but with a twist. Instead of getting deliveries of locally-harvested produce from nearby farms, customers in Illinois and Wisconsin are getting sustainably-harvested salmon, from fishermen-owners in Sitka.
It’s the brainchild of Nic Mink, who teaches Food Justice at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois.
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