Seafood now comes directly from Beck & Bulow’s recently acquired production facility on Kodiak Island in Alaska to Beck & Bulow’s six-month-old butcher shop on Cerrillos Road.
Business partners Tony Beck and J.P. Bulow in early September bought a 7,500-square-foot seafood processing plant in Alaska to eliminate the middleman. They now have direct access to whatever their shipping partners haul into the nation’s third-largest seafood producing harbor (the other two are along the Aleutian Islands, too).
Things are looking good for Beck and Bulow entering fall 2021 after the wild ride of the past COVID year.
A year back, the duo wrestled with seafood supply shortages and a lack of retail outlet or online sales, and its restaurant client list plummeted from 250 to about 50 as eateries were limited to delivery and takeout.