What's New
2016-07-08
Though the 4th of July comes during the busy season for the salmon industry, our Yakutat plant took time out to create a float for the local parade. A joint effort between the office staff and the mai...
2016-06-24
As June turns into July, Alaska's sockeye salmon return with a vengeance and with it, the sometimes calm waters near our coastal plants teem with fish. Our plants at Coffee Point, Pacific Star and Yak...
2015-11-13
In the food processing business, you’re only as good as the last cleaning of your plant and at our Federal Way operations, where we cut up to 40,000 lbs. of fish a day, we have a great plant sanitatio...
2015-09-08
Seafood donations across the country “SeaShare exists to maximize the generosity of our seafood industry partners.” That’s the briefest explanation I have, and it remains true. Some of this year’s don...
2015-08-28
Congratulations are in order for the team at E&E Foods Federal Way plant with the successful completion of their first third party audit conducted by Mérieux NutriSciences (Silliker). This was an unan...
2015-08-20
Through August 19, the total salmon harvest for Alaska is at 220 million fish--and counting. The pink salmon run makes up nearly 70% or approximately 150 million fish statewide, currently 7% more than...
2015-08-14
E&E Foods attended Sustainable Seafood Week Seattle’s First Annual Gala and Industry Lab, celebrating sustainable seafood. With a focus on local Northwest favorites (halibut, blackcod, oysters, and sa...
2015-07-22
Our last blog was entitled, “Warm Rivers, Modest Runs, Small Fish.” Apparently, we spoke too soon—at least as far as Bristol Bay is concerned. The last day of the Port Moller test fishery, which measu...
2015-07-11
While the Alaskan sockeye fish run is in full swing, some interesting—and alarming—aspects of this season make it one of the more unusual ones on record. The first issue is that many of the rivers, an...
2015-06-29
Pacific Star Seafoods, Inc. (PSSI), is E&E Foods' largest processing facility in Alaska, with two plants that sit near the mouth of the Kenai River on Cook Inlet. In full production it can handle abou...
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