Pacific Sustainable Seafood has been a family owned and operated Oregon business since its founding in 1941. Founded by Frank M. Dulcich and his son Dominic, the duo had great success as a small fish market on Powell Street in Portland. Due to their quick success, Pacific was approached by Bay City Oysters Company, one of their competitors who was going bankrupt. Within a few months Dominic got his first supermarket account, Bazaar Big C, which gave Pacific the resources to purchase two more companies.
What started as a company with only 18 people, we’ve expanded to ensure we can meet all of our customers’ needs, now and in the future. Now celebrating our 75th year in business, Pacific Seafood has grown to employ more than 2500 people in over 40 facilities, with processing plants stretching along the Pacific Coast and distribution facilities in seven states. Although the company has grown in size, it is still family-owned and family-focused while always being dedicated to delivering the best seafood products and the best customer service anywhere.
Today, Frank Dulcich, the son of co-founder Dominic Dulcich, heads Pacific Seafood. Under Frank's leadership, the company has grown to be one of the most successful vertically integrated and family owned seafood processing and distribution companies in the North America. Being the biggest has never been the focus. Our goal has always been to simply bring the best seafood to our customers around the world. No matter how big our team grows or where the future takes us, we will never forget our roots and the guiding principle that Pacific Seafood was built upon.