Seaforth Fish Company sells wild, sustainably caught and ethically processed, Alaskan, direct from the fisherman seafood. We have excellent relationships with fishermen that we will pass on to you. Currently we sell King Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Halibut and Rockfish. There is a ton of opportunity to sell other species like Spot Shrimp, King Crab, Sablefish, etc.
Financials and traffic
Setting up shipping with a fulfillment center is in the works, and would GREATLY improve both profit margins and the ability to grow the customer base. I have not been actively selling product for the past 6 months, because I am moving on to other things that are more locally based.
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Total revenue for last 12 months
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This has primarily been a word-of-mouth growth business.
(ie. Mailchimp, apps)
(ie. Adwords, Facebook ads, etc.)
All of our inventory is flash frozen, vacuum sealed Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon from the 2017 season.
There is a ton of opportunity in the sustainable seafood industry - there aren't a lot of players, room for grown. Those who are doing it well are selling a lot of fish!
How can the future owner improve the business?
More consistency in marketing, newsletter send outs, facebook posts would help a ton. Working with influencers is key and has been a great source of growth. Setting up shipping with a fulfillment center to cut down shipping costs would be the best move.
What work have you put into the store?
Design work, logo, recipe development, blogging.
How many hours does it take to run this business per week?