At Loki Fish Company we direct-market our own catch of wild alaskan salmon to consumers, stores and restaurants in Seattle, WA and beyond.
Dissatisfied with the processing standards on larger fishing boats, Pete Knutson and Hing Lau Ng purchased the F/V Loki in 1979. They resolved to treat their fish with the care and respect they deserve and to cut out the middle man.
We take pride in direct-marketing every salmon that is harvested aboard our two boats. Our family is personally involved in every step from harvest to processing to direct sales, ensuring the highest level of quality. Our salmon are gillnet caught, handled respectfully, bled and dressed onboard, immediately chilled to below freezing in our refrigerated seawater holds, and then custom processed in Bellingham, WA to our specifications.
We are committed to the health of our environment and the health of our customers and take pride in offering a sustainable protein packed with healthy omega-3's.meet the family
In October of 2015, Oceana.org found that 43% of "wild" salmon being sold in stores and restaurants is farmed salmon that's been incorrectly labeled as wild-caught. 70% of the wild salmon caught in the US is shipped to China for processing and enters the global seafood market, resulting in a broken chain of custody and frequent mislabeling.
When you buy wild salmon direct from the fisherman, you can be sure that you're receiving the highest quality authentic wild Alaskan salmon with a transparent and unbroken chain of custody.read the study on oceana.org
We believe that fishing isn't just a job, it's a life. Loki Fish Company has remained dedicated to environmental stewardship and activism since our inception in 1979. We make our living on the ocean and we believe in taking care of it, ensuring it remains healthy and thriving for the next generation.
Our flash-frozen keta ikura is cured in small batches with a light salt brine to enhance flavor and preserve quality. Perfect for making your own sushi, garnishing deviled eggs, or enjoying with cheese and crackers. A real superfood treat!
Keta is the most prized and valuable of the salmon roe. This is due to it's large egg size, and thick cellular wall that gives it that signature "pop" in your mouth! If you go into any reputable sushi restaurant in the United States and order wild salmon ikura, you will almost always be served keta roe.
Packaged in 4 oz. jars. Ships and stores frozen. Eat within 10 days of thawing.