Seaking Celebrates 20th Anniversary; Introduced Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon Line

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As the great Walt Disney said, all our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.
We intend to continue delivering quality products and through our passion we have not only captured the hearts of the Filipinos but their trust and confidence in the Seaking brand,” Jennifer Uy Ampon shares.
20 years. Wow!
Glad I was part of Seaking's 20th anniversary celebration last November 8. Learned so many exciting things from Superb Catch Inc..

To tell you frankly, I was a bit envious of the success story of the Seaking siblings since I've been meaning to put up my own business for as long As I can remember. Unfortunately though, my ship can never cross the ocean because this sailor doesn't have the courage to lose sight of the shore. Having business means hard work. Although you get to do what you want and you get to do it your way, it's still a lot of work and sacrifices.
The Seaking siblings faced hardships but went on. Ideas and opportunities materialized. It was never a magic shortcut to entrepreneurial success for them, but because they provided quality products and services to consumers, success followed. Now they are enjoying the journey.

Here's their story.

The brand was started by the Uy siblings two decades ago. Jennifer, Jeffrey, Nancy, and Shirley sold bangus (milkfish) from their father's fishpond. They would debone the fish at home and haul them to supermarkets on their own. Armed with only a small-startup capital, the Seaking brand was literally built by their own hands. Through their hard work, resilience, and determination, Seaking has become an industry leader and a household name.
In order to ensure the highest product standards, Seaking has continuously adhered to the following principles:

1. Fresh frozen seafood
2. Strict production process
3. International food standard approved operation

Fish is carefully selected, deboned, marinated/smoked, packed/labeled, and vacuum sealed. They follow a first in, first out policy so the fish is always fresh.
What started as a frozen milkfish business has developed into a full blown seafood line which includes Cream Dory, Squid, Bottled Bangus, and their newest offering -- their Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon line.
Seaking brings us the best and healthiest type of salmon all the way from Alaska. Farmed salmon are grown in crowded fish pens and sea cages. They are fed pellets made with chemicals and are considered genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Wild salmon are born in rivers and spend their adult lives in the ocean. They feed on fresh shrimp, crab, and krill.

Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon is one of  the best sources of seafood protein and naturally occuring Omega 3. Omega 3 can help improve heart health, enhance the immune system, and even reduce the risk of diabetes. Seaking offers four (4) cuts of Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon: Chunks, Belly, Steak, and Slab. Seaking is the first wild salmon retailer in the Philippines.

Actually, the Bangus Belly is part of my grocery list and I usually cook it during breakfast with chopped onions, sliced green mangoes, salted egg, and steamed veggies on the side. Oh, I got to try different Wild Alaskan Salmon dishes with a twist at Makati Shangri-la Hotel and absolutely fell in love with Grilled Salmon Steak with Lemon Garlic Sauce, Baked Salmon With Beurre  Blanc, and Salmon Skewers.


Went home with Seaking Bottled Bangus not only in Authentic Binagoongan, Bicol Express, Spanish Style and Adobo Classic, but also in Tomato Sauce, Flakes in Oil, Hot and Spicy in Tomato Sauce, and Oriental Tausi!
Seaking products can be found in more than 1,500 supermarkets, restaurants, and hotel chains in the Philippines. Their products are also exported to countries like Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and USA among others. From a home-based operation back in 1999, Seaking has grown to encompass a 20,000sqm processing plant which will be fully operational in January 2020.

For more information, log on to https://www.seaking.com.ph/ and https://www.facebook.com/seaking.ph/ .


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