Start of the ikura season

Ikura is the Japanese term for salmon roe and is characterized by large, plump, orange eggs.
It’s sometimes called red caviar, as well. These large eggs have a soft texture, a briny flavor, and a mild fishiness. Ikura is also one of the healthier ingredients you can enjoy.

There are other types of fish roe used in Japanese cuisine, though ikura is one of the most common. Tobiko is the roe of flying fish and is a bright orange in color, Uni consists of sea urchin roe that is carefully removed from a sea urchin and can be eaten raw or cooked. This sea urchin roe is also quite popular in other areas. Countries that harvest Pacific salmon, which produce Red Caviar are: Japan, Russia, The United States, and Canada. 

Salmon Roe is high in Omega-3 fatty acids, has a healthy amount of antioxidants and vitamins B12, C, E, and D.

Interseafish is a direct importer of Salmon Roe MSC from Alaska. We source from the best Island where eggs are big, with a nice color and taste is excellent. Mostly chum number 1 , soft and hard shell but also Pink Roe. The season has just started so we expect to have the first stocks in Europe around September – October. Available packing 1 kg, 500gr and 250 gr. Please ask our sales team for more information.