Pacific Seafood Releases Sixth Annual “Transformation” CSR Report

Pacific Seafood Company, provider of the healthiest protein on earth, has released its sixth annual CSR report highlighting Pacific Seafood’s transformation in all aspects of its business. The company has increased its sustainability efforts, supported groundbreaking research, created long-term community partners, and added more team member benefits.

“Transformation,” the theme of this year’s report, goes hand in hand with how Pacific Seafood defines excellence: Consistently doing your best and always striving for the best.

Highlights of the report include:

Sustainability and the environment

  • PAC-12 Carbon Offset – In partnership with PAC-12, Pacific Seafood has made the first carbon-neutral Power 5 conference game a reality by purchasing carbon offsets from United Green Energy.
  • LED energy saving – Pacific seafood consumption in Quilcene decreased energy intake by 75%. By partnering with the Jefferson County Public Service District, Pacific Seafood has been able to replace outdated lighting with LED lights that will save 1 million kilowatt-hours of electricity annually.
  • Increase sustainability efforts – Pacific Seafood’s EHS management team nearly doubled in 2022 with the addition of two team members focused on expanding the company’s sustainability efforts.

Value, creativity and quality

  • Fish skin anti-aging research As part of Pacific Seafood’s work with the Oregon State University Seafood Research and Education Center, researchers have found evidence to suggest that gelatin in Pacific Whiting skin can prevent skin wrinkling caused by UVA (UVB) radiation.
  • Fish research for animal nutrition – Pacific Seafood Bio Products studied the effect of feeding dried Pacific surimi waste to chicken and found that it enriched the edible tissues with high levels of healthy omega-3 fats.


  • Pick up litter for World Oceans Day – Pacific Seafood has prevented more than 500 pounds of trash from entering waterways with its first-ever company-wide World Ocean Day garbage collection event.
  • Volunteer activity in the National Seafood Month With the launch of Pacific Seafood’s first-ever Food Bank volunteer event to celebrate National Seafood Month, the company and its team members forged new and lasting partnerships with food banks in the area.

Our team members

  • Record-breaking training – 26 students participated in Pacific Seafood’s 2022 Internship Program to learn real and meaningful experiences.
  • Full Scholarship Expansion – In addition to our partnership with the University of Arizona’s Global Campus, Pacific Seafood has partnered with George Fox University Gox to offer Pacific Seafood team members another full scholarship opportunity.
  • Team member development – Pacific Seafood has increased its in-house educational programs for developing team members including “Team Blue,” a program that develops frontline team members for promotion from within, as well as Pacific Seafood University, an online learning platform where new courses are added regularly .

Frank Dolch, President and CEO of Pacific Seafood Corporation, says this year’s report not only shows that Pacific Seafood is a leader in transforming the industry, but reflects the company’s philosophy to “Consistently do your best and always Striving for the best. “It’s not just something that’s been done. Improving Pacific Seafood in all aspects of the company is endless.

About Pacific Seafood Group: Founded in 1941 by Frank Dolch, Pacific Seafood Company remains a family-owned and operated company dedicated to providing the healthiest protein on the planet. Pacific Seafood manages all parts of the supply chain from harvesting/fishing, processing and distribution to provide customers with fresh, sustainable, high quality produce. Pacific Seafood Group is headquartered in Clackamas, OR. Learn more and order products straight to your door at