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Alaskan Business

Build Food Resilience

Building Infrastructure

Alaskan Suppliers

Nutritional Security

U.S. Veteran Owned

Alaska Food Co. manufactures freeze-dried, shelf-stable foods lasting 25-30 years, solving food insecurity while simultaneously locking in today’s price and incentivising farmland production. Alaska Food Co. creates local farm-sourced, healthy gourmet food that is 80% lighter; ideal for disaster relief agencies, at-home emergency preparedness, and adventures.

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Core Objectives

Our Mission, Our Problem, and Our Belief in Alaska.

Our Mission

Alaska Food Co is addressing the following factors. Through a range of structures and partnerships, our objectives are to positively impact these metrics. Though there are many possibilities as to how these issues can be addressed in Alaska. Alaska Food Co. is committed to working with the government, local producers, and communities to reach these goals.

Our Problem

$2bn Annual State Food Importation 95%
1 in 7 Alaskans are Food Insecure
3-5 Day Food Supply

Our Belief in Alaska

Alaska Food Co. believes all of these issues are avoidable. Moreover unacceptable for the state’s community, development, independence, and autonomy. We have the plan, the team, and the support Alaska Food Company will achieve the following. 



Our manufacturing propositions focus on solutions to these statewide issues and long-term food security and autonomy. We will give Alaskans the tools to become resilient citizens and work with businesses, charities, and the government to achieve the same.

Industrial Solutions

We are bringing the infrastructure to “Let Alaska Grow”.

The problem is food insecurity, but what is the solution? Freeze-drying manufacture on an industrial scale unseen in the State of Alaska. Working with local producers in the State to not only utilize existing supply but better yet become a consistent customer to our region’s fantastic food producers.

Alaska Food Co. is committed to producing the highest quality freeze-dried food products. We are working in a range of sectors & industries. From our own brand or white-label products to the Government & Military we have the solutions. Find out about the sectors we service or enquire today to find out if we are the right fit for you. 

Brand & Licensing

Supplying our own in-house brands addressing different market vertices within the freeze-dried food space. Alternatively licensing or partnering with existing brands.

Contract Manufacturing

White-label supply of freeze-dried goods on an industrial scale for 3rd party customers. Contracted within the food industry and protected under NDA.

Government Manufacturing

We are working with the government to provide food insecurity solutions for both communities & States. Focused on the provision of large-scale food manufacturing & storage.

U.S. Military Manufacturing

Providing lightweight & nutritious solutions for Military organizations. For the best nutrition-to-weight ratio, providing our service people with the solutions they need.

Alaska Food Co. Facility

Building the “Food Hub” for Alaskan producers and consumers.

Alaska Food Co. is presently building a production facility in Wasilla Alaska. This manufacturing site will serve Alaska as a Food Hub for the state and its people. Part of the buildout is a human food-safe FDA-approved kitchen and food processing facilities, this will be one of only 7 in the state when completed.

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570S. Knik Street,
Wasilla Alaska,
99654, USA


How can we help you?

A food hub, as defined by the USDA, is “a centrally located facility with a business management structure facilitating the aggregation, storage, processing, distributions, and/or marketing of locally/regionally produced food products.” Food hubs are a part of the agricultural value chain model and often share common values relating to conservation, sustainability, healthy food access, and supporting local farmers. A defining characteristic of food hubs is source identification, a food safety and marketing benefit that allows consumers to trace the origin of products they buy. One of the primary goals of food hubs is to give small and medium-sized farmers access to larger or additional markets. Food hubs also fill gaps in food systems infrastructures, such as transportation, product storage, and product processing. Although companies and organizations that fit the USDA definition have been operating in the United States since at least the early 1970s, most food hubs, as well as the common use of the term, started in or after 2008.

Stay tuned for our exciting announcements via the company update sign up and the inquiry form. Charities, resellers and customers will be able to access the hub soon.

Sometimes called lyophilization or even cryodesiccation, Freeze-drying is a low-temperature dehydration process. Food is frozen, then the atmospheric pressure is lowered. The ice and water can then be removed via sublimation, the conversion of a solid to a gas.

Popularized by NASA’s famous astronaut ice cream, there are many benefits. From being 80% lighter than the original item to nutritionally preserving the food for 25-30 years.

Thankfully this is easy, just fill out the inquiry form and we will get back to you.

At present no. However if you are interested booking an appointment, visiting in the future or speaking to us further; please get in contact using the inquiry form.

Alaska Food Co. P.O. Box 871827, Wasilla, AK 99687, 2023

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