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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...
2015-06-19
E&E has a number of Alaskan shore-based plants and our Bristol Bay plant is Coffee Point Seafoods of Washington. Coffee Point is a cape on Egegik Bay, on the western side of the Alaskan Peninsula. The...
2015-05-30
Among the fish that E&E Foods sells across the country is our Yakutat halibut and our first frozen shipment is now in Seattle in the 40/60 and 60/80 size. Many of the halibut at our Yakutat plant are ...
2015-05-22
Friday, May 15th, some of the E&E Team attended a screening of the documentary film “The Breach,” an emotional account of the plight of wild salmon on the West Coast. http://www.thebreachfilm.com/ Whi...
2015-05-08
As hard as it is to believe, the 2015 fresh, wild sockeye salmon season kicks off late next week with the internationally famous Copper River sockeye salmon run. The first opener is on May 14th and la...
2015-04-30
SeaShare is a non-profit with a fishy mission—it fosters partnerships between government agencies, seafood companies, and food banks in a shared effort to produce food for hunger relief. E&E Foods, it...
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