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Help Out an Endangered Food Supply Chain at Six Local Restaurants

GAPP2Seared Wild Alaska Pollock with Carolina gold rice, crumbled lamb sausage and amazing cucumber-sesame seed slaw from The MockingbirdPhoto via the most under-appreciated victims of the ongoing pandemic have been the suppliers of products to the restaurants that are also struggling themselves. If diners aren’t dining, cooks aren’t cooking, and they’re also not ordering as much from their produce and protein suppliers.

The Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers represents a very specific link of that endangered food supply chain — the suppliers of the mild white fish that is a staple on many menus. To draw attention to their plight, the GAPP has donated product to six local restaurants to create a special menu item prepared with their individual culinary styles. Through Nov. 19, diners can sample these dishes and get schooled about the delicious Alaskan fish.

Participating in the campaign are six local favorites:

All you have to do is show up and eat. That doesn’t sound too difficult to pull off!

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