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2022-07-01
Translation below was an article in the Japanese newspaper, “Suisan Keizai Shinbun,” (a newspaper focusing on the seafood industry) announcing the official opening of the Tokyo office for E&E Food...
2022-06-17
Ping! "Another 20 cases off the beach." When the Bristol Bay season begins at our Coffee Point Seafoods plant on the Egegik River, the emails to the Sales Team in Seattle, come fast and furiously. Sma...
2022-06-08
Each year, the Alaska sockeye salmon season starts off with a lot of hoopla about Copper River. Prices were again ridiculously high this year. Generally the second opening is in Resurrection Bay, one ...
2021-11-04
One of the reasons for the success of E & E Foods' operations in Alaska is our partnership with many courageous set-netters. These intrepid fishermen fight the weather and the unpredictable timing...
2021-11-03
E & E Foods' subsidiary, Yakutat Seafoods, supplies a significant amount of fresh, wild, halibut to the lower 48 using Alaska Airlines extensive network. Click on the link below (scroll down past ...
2021-07-02
Each season salmon fishing boats are resurrected from “parking lots” – we have five such lots for boats that fish for us – all across the Alaskan coasts for the short journey to the water. E&E sto...
2021-06-29
Time and temperature are the "twin scourges" of fresh fish. Too much of either diminishes the quality and eventually, the usefulness. The ability to get fish out of the water and quickly headed to con...
2021-06-28
The growing number of Alaska packers under the Canfisco banner – like E&E Foods – creates increasing operational efficiencies. One of these is the ability to consolidate fresh Bristol Bay sockeye ...
2021-06-23
One of the benefits of working at E&E is when visitors from Alaska come bearing gifts. In this case, Greg Indreland, who runs our Yakutat plant and fishes for us, showed off his culinary skills in...
2021-06-22
The beginning of the salmon season in Alaska is heralded in mid-May by the much-acclaimed, first opener of Copper River for kings and sockeyes. The media fan-fare with the transfer of the river’s “fir...
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