What's New
2015-03-06
When it comes to nutrition, seafood packs a punch, but it is a rare commodity in food banks. SeaShare is the only nonprofit dedicated to filling this essential need. Founded in 1994, SeaShare fosters ...
2015-03-03
E&E Foods is pleased to announce the hiring of Todd Byers as a Sales Associate. Todd is returning to the seafood industry after a hiatus of a few years while living in Europe, and brings his enthusias...
2015-02-27
“Price Discovery” is what buyers and sellers do to determine the market price through a back-and-forth dialog. Information is the KEY component in price discovery, and the less efficient or accessible...
2015-02-20
The Lenten season has officially started, commemorating the 40-day period before the holy day of Easter, and during which fish is frequently substituted for meat. What better entrée is there besides A...
2015-02-17
E & E sister company Seattle Shrimp & Seafood Company will introduce a NEW FAMILY OF RETAIL PRODUCT at the Seafood Expo North America 2015!
2015-02-13
Fish is good for the HEART. Show someone you care this Valentine's Day! As Valentine's Day approaches show your loved ones you care. We recommend indulging your loved ones with fish on the day when yo...
2015-02-09
Alaska Salmon Alliance January 2015 Update The Alaska Salmon Alliance (ASA) is an IRS exempt 501(c)6 fisheries trade organization and a registered Alaska Corporation, representing seafood processors a...
2015-02-05
E & E offers day-boat halibut, packed and flown to you within hours of being caught. Call your E & E Foods sales representative for more information regarding price and daily availability. Please foll...
2015-01-30
When I fished in Kodiak a long time ago, I remember a variety of fish pies and loafs, but a Russian Easter dish of sockeye salmon was particularly amazing. It was stuffed with small onions and spinach...
2015-01-23
As the Seattle Seahawks, whose home field is a short distance from E&E’s headquarters in Seattle, get ready to play in their second straight Super Bowl, we decided to take a tongue-in-cheek approach t...
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