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E&E Food's Gorgeous Fish

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E&E's Pacific Star plant on th... E&E's Pacific Star plant on the Kenai River has a large footprint. All of the riverside buildings are part of Pac Star's production complex. One of many E&E buying statio... One of many E&E buying stations on the beach. This one is just outside of the mouth of the Kenai River. This fish is in our plant in short order. Another buying station on the ... Another buying station on the Kasilof River, a few miles from our plant. Drift net boats head in after a... Drift net boats head in after a 12-hour opener to deliver directly to Pac Star's main plant dock. Pac Star can unload three boa... Pac Star can unload three boats like this simultaneously, getting the fish to processing in a short period of time. Fresh H&G fish are packed a ... Fresh H&G fish are packed a layer of fish... ...followed by a layer of ice. ...followed by a layer of ice. A 5/+ beauty just off the glazi... A 5/+ beauty just off the glazing table, with a nice round belly, high fat content, and as you can see from the picture below... ...the deep, red color that mak... ...the deep, red color that makes sockeye such a favorite. This sashimi was exquisite.
Cook Inlet is home to some of the best sockeye in the world and the Kenai River in particular is known as a producer of big sockeye with high fat content--perfect for sashimi and other high-end uses. E&E's Pacific Star plant is in full operation, processing hundreds of thousands of pounds each day from drift netters delivering right to the dock, to set netters delivering to buying stations all across the area.

Call your E&E rep to inquire about these gorgeous fish!

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