Wild Salmon Filet on cutting board with whole peppercorns and asparagus.

Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

  • Sushi-grade
  • Professionally fileted & flash frozen
  • Individually vacuum-packaged
  • Boneless, skin-on-one side
  • Each whole filet generally weighs 1-2lbs
  • Each portioned filet generally weights 6-8oz
  • Wild-caught by small boat fishermen in Bristol Bay, Alaska
  • Sustainably harvested from the world's largest wild sockeye salmon fishery

A note for our histamine sensitive customers:

Our fishing practices are structured to prioritize chilling our seafood immediately after it is caught.  By using refrigerated sea water systems, slush ice, and flash freezing techniques, and maintaining our seafood frozen until the time it reaches you, we are able to drastically reduce the levels of histamines in our salmon when compared to "fresh" fish that you may find in local stores or seafood markets.  While we can't guarantee results for each individual, we have many histamine sensitive customers who experience great success with our salmon.

Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Nutrition Details

Nutrient % Daily Value for 4oz (113.4g) Salmon

vitamin D 127.8%
vitamin B12 94.5%
tryptophan 93.7%
selenium 61.5%
protein 53.1%
omega 3’s 52.5%
vitamin B3 45.1%
phosphorus 36.5%
vitamin B6 32%
choline 19.2%
potassium 14%
calories (157) 8%

Salmon also provides important amounts of:

  • the antioxidant amino acid taurine
  • heart-healthy vitamin B12
  • anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids*
  • immune-supportive selenium
  • energy-producing phosphorus
  • muscle-building protein
  • heart-healthy niacin, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, and potassium
  • bone-building vitamin D**

*Sockeye salmon has the highest amount of omega 3 of any fish with approximately 2.7 grams per 100-gram portion. Therefore, just one serving of Alaska Salmon per week can help to lower cholesterol and the risk of heart disease.

**Salmon contains more than 100IU of vitamin D per ounce. Vitamin D has been shown to be a critical factor in preventing unwanted inflammation, in supporting cognitive function, and in lowering risk of several types of cancer, including breast, prostate, and colorectal cancer.