Fishpeople Seafood has hit the big time, with a feature in the September 10 issue of the New York Times: “A New Salmon Jerky for Snacking.” Florence Fabricant, food and wine writer, directs readers to try Fishpeople’s amazing salmon jerky, which she describes as “chewy, briny, and satisfying.” The article notes, “A newcomer to jerky is a company called Fishpeople, which allows consumers to learn something (via a product code to its website) about how the fish was caught. The company’s salmon jerky, in four varieties, is made from whole strips of sustainably harvested wild Alaskan keta salmon.” Fishpeople is one of the private equity investments made by 3×5 Partners, LLC, an Arnerich Massena Approved Manager and affiliate.
The major media attention is already having a significant impact on Fishpeople jerky sales: get some while you can! Fishpeople’s four varieties of salmon jerky – rainbow peppercorn, lemon zest and herb, ancho chile and lime, and sweet and smoky original – are available on the Fishpeople website or on Amazon!
Read the complete New York Times article at https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/10/dining/salmon-jerky-fishpeople.html