Home Pick up Trucks New Trident seafood pop up truck arrives in Bellingham

New Trident seafood pop up truck arrives in Bellingham

For those looking for Alaskan seafood with no contact during this coronavirus pandemic, Bellingham has a new option.

The Pop Up Fish Shop by Trident Seafoods has recently started showing up on Thursdays at 851 Coho Way, near LFS Marine & Outdoor. Customers can order online and pick up items between noon and 5 p.m. Menu items include wild Alaska pollock, salmon and halibut that range from 16 ounces to 10 pounds.

Since starting earlier this month, the truck has seen interest build in the community, said Lo Reichert, mobile marketing manager for Trident. The plan is to have the truck in Bellingham throughout the summer and beyond.

The next trips to Bellingham are for scheduled for May 21 and 28; updates on the rest of the schedule will be posted on the company’s website or on Facebook. The company also has a weekly pop-up event in Ballard.

Reichert said that the response for the Bellingham spot has been heartwarming, with people appreciative of the new service.

“It reminds me of an earlier day; one that I really appreciate,” Reichert said in an email.

Dave Gallagher has covered the Whatcom County business community since 1998. Retail, real estate, jobs and port redevelopment are among the topics he covers.


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