SeaKing by Superb Catch, Inc. Launches its New Wild Alaskan Salmon Line for 20-year Anniversary

Superb Catch, Inc. and their flagship brand, SeaKing, has held on to its iconic status and strong retail presence for more than two decades, a feat of no small significance in a market inundated with numerous seafood products in the country.

Conceived by the Uy siblings in 1999, they are now the leading milkfish and salmon supplier in the Philippines. Their hard work, dedication, and passion have not only captured the hearts of Filipinos but their trust in the SeaKing brand, which has become a food staple of sorts for fish lovers across the Philippines. They have gone beyond our country with export products reaching Japan, Guam, South Korea, Australia, the Middle East, the United Kingdom, Canada and the USA.

Indeed, dreams do come true, as they continue their father's legacy, Mr. Eugenio Sevilla Uy, by delivering quality products. The company's newest 20,000 square meter processing plant will open in January 2020.

To celebrate the success and mark its 20th anniversary, the brand recently launched its new product offerings. I attended SeaKing's 20th anniversary celebration at Makati Shangri-La, Manila last Friday, and discovered how their products go through a strict production process and follow a protocol of world-class standards. It's amazing how their Quality Control team checks each process from de-boning of milkfish which is still done meticulously by hand, to packing all the products that are vacuum-sealed.

Aside from the frozen milkfish variants (de-boned, smoked, and marinated) the SeaKing brand launched the Wild Alaskan Salmon line and the bottled milkfish products.

 The All Natural Bottled Bangus Collection includes flavors like Spanish-Style, Tomato Sauce, Bangus Flakes in Oil, and Hot & Spicy Tomato Sauce. Savor delectable bangus creations made delicately and naturally without preservatives, that's ready to eat with just a twist off a cap!

The Wild Alaskan Salmon, the healthiest seafood protein in the world, is one of Seaking's newest and hottest products that is imported all the way from Alaska. It's the first in the country and another milestone in the company's history.

FYI: The Wild Alaskan Salmon is definitely better than farmed salmons. That's because farmed salmon has more contaminants, like carcinogenic dioxins and PCBs, and it can be harmful to the environment by spreading disease to wild-caught fish and encouraging overfishing. Also, wild salmon has a better ratio of good-to-bad fats than farm-raised salmon.

SeaKing currently offers Wild Alaskan Salmon in four variants with Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon Chunks, Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon Belly, Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon Steak and Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon Slab. It can be cooked in a lot of ways such as smoked, pan-fried, grilled, sauteed or baked.

Best part? We were able to try all 4 variants by having a "taste test" of a variety of delicious salmon dishes.

My personal favorite is the Salmon Skewers with Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon Chunks, fresh peppers and onions draped in a delicious sweet sauce. Each bite was like a burst of fresh and rich flavors.

I also like the Baked Salmon with Beurre Blanc using SeaKing's fresh Wild Alaskan Salmon. The rich and indulgent flavor of salmon complements the creamy sauce made with butter and lemon. I'm pretty sure my kids will love this as much as they love SeaKing's Fish Pops and Fish Nuggets. It has that rich and creamy flavor that kids love! It was challenging for me to make my kids eat fish but when they tried SeaKing's Fish Pops, they're unstoppable! Once they pop, they just can't stop! Love that they can now enjoy a healthy, delicious and fun meal at the same time!

The Grilled Salmon Steak with Lemon Garlic Sauce is deliciously perfect! Will surely tickle your taste buds, just like how it tickled mine. LOL Not to mention, super healthy!

The Seaking brand has expanded its products; milkfish, salmon, squid, cream dory, galunggong and will soon include dried fish, fish sauce and even fermented shrimp paste. Yay! Can't wait to try them all!

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