Two different examples of canned salmon sit on a table in the pilot processing plant at the Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center. Participants of the Seafood Processing Quality Control Training Program has to determine the quality of samples and whether or not certain ones were spoiled. In this case, the quality product is on the right, while the salmon containing spoilage is on the left. Brianna Gibbs/Photo
A handful of organizations are teaming up to ensure folks employed by the seafood industry are putting out the best possible products. Kodiak’s Seafood and Marine Science Center hosted the first ever Seafood Processing Quality Control Training Program this week and last, which is sponsored by Icicle Seafoods and supported by the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, or ASMI. KMXT’s Brianna Gibbs stopped by the center on Friday and filed this report.