The GO WILD™ difference starts at the source of origin — the pristine North Atlantic, America's Gulf Coast and the icy-cold waters off Alaska.

Here, seafood thrives in its natural environment — feeding on a wild diet of smaller fish, algae and plankton. Because seafood that's wild-caught is able to swim freely its entire life, it grows stronger and firmer with time. So there's a lot less fat than GO WILD's farm-raised cousins.

We also source GO WILD™ seafood only from those fisheries that follow the most stringent food safety requirements and best practice standards, ensuring long-term sustainability. And it's always caught at the height of the season, when it's most flavorful. Taste wild-caught and you'll know the difference immediately—cold, clean, pure, just like the ocean it came from.

MSC_logo_web.png  GO WILD™ Premium Seafood displaying the MSC eco-label — is certified sustainable, responsibly sourced, and traceable to an MSC certified fishery.  For more information on how MSC certification is good for you and our oceans too — visit www.msc.org


Flavorful, sustainable, ready-to-prepare... that's the GO WILD™ difference!


Making the Cut

Only the best fish, sea scallops and shrimp make the GO WILD™ cut. So you can be sure you're getting 100% premium seafood every time.

Plus, our fish is hand-filleted; our shrimp, hand-peeled and deveined; and our sea scallops, hand-graded. Why go to such extremes? Simple. To preserve premium quality and consistent serving size — making every GO WILD™ meal as good as the last.

GO-WILD_trigroup_recycle_temp.jpgGO WILD trays are 100% recyclable!

That's good for you — and good news for the planet, too.

Just as we follow 100% responsibly sourced, sustainable, traceable fishing practices, we are as diligent about protecting our planet when it comes to GO WILD™ packaging. Our plastic trays are translucent, not black, as you often see in other food products. That's because clear and white #5 Polypropylene trays are 100% accepted by most plastic recyclers that process this material. Check your local municipality for recyclability. 

Unfortunately, the label, film, and absorbent pad, are not commonly recyclable at this time. These items should be removed from the tray and discarded with the normal refuse.

Thank you for recycling!

healthy heart_temp.jpgHere's to your good health...

GO WILD™ seafood is among the healthiest sources of protein available. It's also low in calories and has no carbohydrates.

Plus it's naturally high in many essential vitamins, such as E, C, D and A, as well as a wide variety of minerals including zinc, iron, calcium and selenium. In addition, our GO WILD™ Alaska Salmon selections, in particular, are good sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which provide a wide range of health benefits.

More information on the health benefits of fish.   (Courtesy of Alaska Seafood)



...and to our planet's good health, too!

Seafood is also a highly efficient food source whose dietary requirements are just a fraction of what cattle need to consume over their lifetime.

And fish don't expel vast amounts of greenhouse gasses into the air! Simply put, responsibly sourced wild-caught and farm-raised seafood is far more eco-friendly than any other source of protein, making it the ideal long-term choice for feeding our world's growing population.