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First of Season Copper River Salmon hits Fred Meyer Stores

May 16, 2014

Pacific Seafood’s First of Season Copper River Sockeye Salmon Arrives in Fred Meyer Stores in Oregon and Washington This Weekend

PORTLAND, Ore. – May 16, 2014 – First of Season Copper River Sockeye Salmon arrived in various Washington Fred Meyer stores today and will be arriving in selected Oregon Fred Meyer stores by noon tomorrow, Saturday, May 17. Pacific Seafood is proud to be able to supply Fred Meyer stores with this highly anticipated Copper River wild salmon just hours after Thursday’s season opener. These Sockeye come from one of Alaska’s most rugged rivers fed melted snow and heavy rainfall and is one of Alaska’s most well managed, sustainable fisheries. “Pacific Seafood is committed to the stewardship of a sustainable resource and fully supports responsible management practices,” said president and CEO of Pacific Seafood, Frank Dulcich.

The following Oregon and Washington Fred Meyer locations that are or will be carrying the salmon:

  • Oregon: W. Hollywood; Burlingame; Hawthorne; Sunset; Tualatin; Wilsonville
  • Washington: Federal Way; Greenwood; Ballard; Redmond; Issaquah

Salmon is a good source of Omega 3 fatty acids which has been shown to reduce heart disease and lower cholesterol if eaten regularly. Naturally lean, with a high oil content, makes it perfect for a variety of cooking applications.

About Pacific Seafood

Pacific Seafood Group is a West Coast seafood processing company that launched in 1941 as a small, fresh seafood retail operation in Portland, Ore. that is still serving customers to this day. Over the years, the family-owned business expanded to become a vertically integrated seafood processing and distributing company to meet customers’ needs and a growing market.

Pacific Seafood processes seafood products from Alaska to Mexico, has facilities in seven Western states and participates in the global seafood trade market. It is a member of the West Coast Seafood Processors Association and is active in promoting a healthy and sustainable seafood industry by supporting fisheries awarded Marine Stewardship Council eco-labels. Pacific Seafood is under the leadership of Frank Dulcich, the founder’s namesake and grandson.