What's New
2012-12-12
This is the time of year when west coast consumers plan many of their holiday meals around fresh Dungeness crab. But results from October and November fisheries surveys have delayed this year’s harves...
2012-11-30
E&E Foods is pleased to welcome Kevin Steele to our sales team as Senior Trading and Sales Representative. Kevin's primary responsibilities are trading, developing new customers, fostering vendor part...
2012-05-26
Last week Ray and Ulrike Hilborn, authors of the book Overfishing: What Everyone Needs to Know, wrote an editorial for the New York Times that quite eloquently cleared up so much of the confusion cons...
2012-05-21
Twenty-seven Alaska salmon processing companies, representing approximately 80% of the salmon caught in Alaska, have now affirmed their intent to withdraw support from MSC salmon certification and ado...
2012-05-09
As reported here earlier this year, last January E&E Foods and 7 other major Alaska seafood processors withdrew from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification program. Subsequently the Alaska...
2012-04-23
The 2012 European Seafood Exposition is taking place this week in Brussels, Belgium, 4/24 thru 4/26. This annual event offers an excellent opportunity for Company President, Tab Goto, General Manager,...
2012-03-16
E&E Foods and Seattle Shrimp & Seafood is excited to welcome Bill Jones to our team. Bill has been named Vice President of Domestic Sales for E&E Foods and General Manager of Seattle Shrimp & Seafood....
2012-03-11
If you’re in Boston this week for the 2012 International Boston Seafood Show (IBSS), keep an eye out for some of our team. Randy, Tab, Sara, Rocky and Don from E&E Foods and Amano, Yoshiyuki, Bill, No...
2012-01-25
In response to the recent news regarding our withdrawal from the Marine Stewardship Council Alaska salmon certification program, we want to assure our customers that MSC certification will be applied ...
2012-01-13
Yesterday, the Alaska Regional Office of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) reported in increase in the total catch allowable (TAC) for Pacific Cod from the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands.*...
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