“We don't do anything special, we just take care of them.”
Pete Knutson, co-founder of Loki Fish Company speaks casually about his fishing practices, but how he handles his catch has garnered the respect and admiration of many Seattleites, as well as Martha Stewart’s American Made Program.
Knutson says the company’s aim is to keep the quality of the fish from the time it lands in their boat in a gill net to when it’s served on the table. Freshness, respect, scope are the foundation of their practices, and the quality of their products convey a message of stewardship, of independence and respect for the harvest. That message is being communicated beyond the farmers markets, small time purveyor shops and Fishermen’s Terminal where people find Loki Fish Co.More ›