Meetings and Events

Register for the 2021 Annual Meeting!

Join us virtually on Wednesday, October 27th, 2021 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pacific for our 2021 Annual Meeting. The theme is “Harnessing Surimi’s Star Power.” Let’s rally together as an industry to learn and grow together!

Look forward to participating in the following topics:

  • GAPP’s Next “Big Idea”
  • The Wild Alaska Pollock Year-over-Year Research
  • Surimi Seafood Messaging & Why it Matters
  • Wild Alaska Pollock 2040: Diversifying our Export Opportunities- Presented by McKinley Group
  • What’s in a Name?- The Labeling Battle
  • Partnership Program Highlights
  • And More! 

*Sponsorship Opportunities

Meeting Agenda

Register for the Annual Meeting

*For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please reach out to Lydia Moore at

Interested in GAPP's 2021 Partnership Program Webinar?

GAPP's 2021 Partnership Program Webinar was held virtually on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, at 11 a.m. EST/ 8 a.m. PST. Didn't make it? Click below to see what makes a winning application and get your questions answered about the Partnership Program requirements. If you have questions regarding GAPP's Partnership Program, please email


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Thank you for attending the 2020 Wild Alaska Pollock Annual Meeting!

The second-annual GAPP Annual Meeting was held virtually on Monday, October 12, 2020. Want to revisit one of our incredible speaker sessions or panels? Click the link below to watch the event on demand!

Watch the Event On Demand



Thank You to Our 2020 Annual Meeting Sponsors:



GAPP 2020 Summer Webinar Series

As part of its COVID-19 coverage, GAPP hosted a summer webinar series that explored topics related to new consumer trends, marketing best practices and crisis management communications. If you missed any of our sessions, you're in luck! You can revisit all 11 webinars on demand at the links below.

Thank You to Our Webinar Sponsors:




On October 29, 2019, GAPP held its first-ever Annual Meeting at the World Trade center in Seattle. The event was themed, “Celebrating our Perfect Protein: Wild Alaska Pollock.”

The agenda and day were focused on networking, brainstorming how to best take advantage of opportunities, and overcoming challenges that the industry faces.  


GAPP staff also routinely participates in events in Seattle, Washington, Washington D.C., and around the world. Recently, GAPP CEO Craig Morris spoke at the 2019 Groundfish Forum in Berlin, Germany where he gave a market update on the Wild Alaska Pollock fishery and announced the new European Partnership Program.

See Craig’s Presentation