Pacific Star, Coffee Point BBQs Kick Off Season
2018-06-25
The 2018 Coffee Point crew ta...

The 2018 Coffee Point crew takes their annual group shot.

Despite the clouds, wind and r...

Despite the clouds, wind and rain, lots of fishermen and their families and production crew at Pac Star!

That is some grill! It looks lik...

That is some grill! It looks like 30 burgers at a time!

Attendees at Pac Star lined up ...

Attendees at Pac Star lined up for burgers. Those beautiful totes will soon be full of fish!

Bristol Bay fishermen are hap...

Bristol Bay fishermen are happy and well-rested--at least for now!

The mess hall is bursting at t...

The mess hall is bursting at the seams with the staff and fishermen.

Fishermen, family and crew w...

Fishermen, family and crew were treated to a feast.

E&E Foods' Alaska-based plants kicked off the 2018 salmon season with our annual BBQs.
Coffee Point Seafoods of Washington, based near the Egegik River on Bristol Bay, hosted the well-attended event despite wind and rain. The plant has already shipped good volumes of fresh sockeye off the beach and to our customers across the United States.
Our Pacific Star Plant on the Kenai River in Cook Inlet had over 200 attendees, including fishermen, plant workers and their families. E&E Foods continues to expand its presence in Alaska, increasing plant efficiency with upgrades in equipment and processes across its plants in Bristol Bay, Cook Inlet and Yakutat.


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