An Alaskan Salmon Goes to the Super Bowl
2015-01-23
Stage 1: Fishermen near Yakut...

Stage 1: Fishermen near Yakutat, Alaska, home to an E&E Foods-owned plant and some of the best tasting salmon in the world, fish for troll Kings.

Stage 2: The salmon is quickl...

Stage 2: The salmon is quickly cleaned-and-gutted, then packed in gel ice as cargo for an Alaska Airlines jet in Yakutat. Alaska Airlines then flies non-stop to Seattle.

Stage 3: Alaska...

Stage 3: Alaska Airlines then whisks the King salmon to Phoenix, where it is picked up by one of our great distributor partners in Arizona, for delivery to Phoenix’s fine restaurants.

Stage 4: fans from all over th...

Stage 4: fans from all over the country enjoy some of the best tasting fish anywhere.

Stage 5: Seahawks take the ai...

Stage 5: Seahawks take the air out of Patriots 21-17. Go Hawks!

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 to this week’s blog: the process and logistics involved in moving delicious E&E, wild Alaskan salmon from one of our plants in Alaska to Phoenix, Arizona, site of the Super Bowl. The whole process is complex and requires a lot of effort by E&E employees and our shipping and distributing partners to get delicious fish onto your plate the next day!


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