SALMON ROE

SALMON ROE

SALMON ROE

Wild salmon is the fish that underpins Alaska’s ecosystem. Each year, Alaska’s rich environment yields millions of high-quality fish, famous for their delicious flavor and superior texture.

It’s these same wild salmon that produce some of the world’s finest roe. Often referred to as “Golden” or “Ruby” eggs, Alaska salmon roe is high in lean protein and omega-3 fatty acids.

Alaska salmon roe products are mainly enjoyed in the form of two elegant delicacies: caviar and sujiko.

ALASKA POLLOCK ROE

ALASKA POLLOCK ROE

ALASKA POLLOCK ROE

For centuries, salted and cured Alaska Pollock roe has been a popular culinary ingredient in Korean and Japanese cuisine.

In Korean, pollock roe is called myeongnan. In Japanese, the word tarako refers to fresh and salted pollock roe, while the spicy version introduced from Korea is called mentaiko or karashi-mentaiko (“spicy mentaiko”).