GAPP PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS BOOST AWARENESS AND DEMAND
Apply Now! Join GAPP’s Partnership Program
The Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) is seeking innovative proposals for its next round of Partnership Program funding in North American and Europe. All proposals are due to GAPP by July 20th and will then be reviewed by the appropriate GAPP Committee and the Board of Directors. Final funding announcements will be made no later than early September.
“This year, we want to think even bigger, bringing new partners into the program and working to identify new opportunities for more unique products, including those made with Wild Alaska Pollock surimi and roe," said CEO Craig Morris.
GAPP PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS – NORTH AMERICA & EUROPE
The Partnership Program was conceived by the GAPP Board of Directors to recognize and provide support for companies throughout the Wild Alaska Pollock industry who are looking to bring new and innovative products to market. The program also supports companies ready to introduce the fish to food influencers and decision-makers at forums where it hasn’t previously been visible.
GAPP is currently accepting proposals for its next round of Partnership Projects. GAPP welcomes proposals from any organization within North America or Europe with a desire to build awareness and demand for Wild Alaska Pollock in those specific marketplaces. All product inputs will be considered – fillets, surimi, roe, fishmeal, or oil.
MEET OUR EXISTING NORTH AMERICAN PROGRAM PARTNERS
Meet Our Existing European Program Partners
GAPP GOES TO SCHOOL
GAPP is here to help elevate your school lunch menu with nutritious, tasty, and versatile Wild Alaska Pollock. Check out our comprehensive resources available that help create awareness and excitement for great fish for great kids.
New GAPP Zoom Backgrounds!
We know that just like us, you've been video conferencing almost every day. You can now represent GAPP on Zoom by adding one of our backgrounds to your video! It's a fun and spirited way to show your support of the Wild Alaska Pollock industry.Try them out