Smoked Coho Salmon, Ekone Oyster Co., WA
These whole pieces of wild-caught coho salmon from the Pacific northwest are lightly brined using a family recipe, and gently cold-smoked, providing a hint of molasses and a luscious texture.
Located on the shores of Willapa Bay in Washington State, Ekone Oyster Company is proud to be able to bring you the finest quality Pacific Oysters. Grown on our farms in Willapa Bay, located on the coast of Washington State, they are grown using the long-line method to promote the highest quality oyster, and ensure they are always free of sand and grit. They are harvested fresh then brought to our Ekone cannery in Bay Center, WA, where the oysters are steamed and opened, then brined in small batches. The brined oysters are then placed meticulously on stainless steel racks and smoked using maple chips. We added a subtle lemon pepper spice blend to the original flavor. Perfect for those who like a little tang!
Each 3 ounce can is made with fresh ingredients and no preservatives. They are also shelf stable for up to four years!
Ekone is a Chinook word meaning “Good Spirit”. Willapa Bay is a large estuary in the southwest corner of Washington. It is considered the cleanest and most productive coastal ecosystem remaining in the continental United States. For over thirty-five years, the family at Ekone and five generations of Taylors have been producing quality, local and sustainable products. From our signature smoked oyster line, to live, in-shell, shucked oysters and the newest Ekone Seafoods items, we strive to bring you the best product they can, truly in the Chinook “Good Spirit”.
Pacific Oysters, Organic Sunflower Oil, Salt, Organic Sugar, Organic Garlic Powder, Organic Onion Powder, Lemon Pepper Mix (Spices, Salt, Cane Sugar, Garlic, Onion, Lemon Peel, Citric Acid, Orange Peel, Extractives of Turmeric, Silicon Dioxide, Parsley), Natural Smoke
California Prop 65
This product can expose you to chemicals including lead which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov