Salmon Wild Caught from Alaska health Benefits
Salmon Wild Caught from Alaska
After researching high and low, we finally found a source that offers sustainable, wild caught salmon. Wild salmon from Alaska is the purest, cleanest and most eco-friendly.
Our Sockey and Coho Salmon is Sashimi grade; ready to enjoy without cooking. Add in our fresh ginger to compliment your daily nutrients.
This is how real salmon tastes. Enjoy !
$15.50 Sockeye 225 – 260g / 8 oz / pack
$14.5.50 Coho 225 – 260g / 8 oz / pack
Did you know that Salmon contains small bioactive protein that can promote skin youth by helping regulate and stabilize the balance of collagen and minerals in the bone and surrounding tissue?
Did you know that salmon, an excellent source of vitamin B12, vitamin D and selenium, is also a good source of niacin, omega-3 fatty acids, protein, phosphorus and vitamin B6. In addition, it is also a good source of choline, pantothenic acid, biotin and potassium.
We were hesitant to offer farmed salmon due to studies that show farmed salmon as being one of the most toxic food and disastrous to the environment.
Toxins, pesticides, and other chemicals are used to raise the fish trapped in coastal farms. The most daunting practice is feeding the farmed fish coloring agents from petrochemicals in order to make the salmon the orange-pink hew for which it is famous.
Hence we are proud to offer wild salmon from the icy cold waters of the North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea. These waters are thousands of miles away from large sources of pollution and are kept pristine from earth’s natural air and water circulation patterns along with the abundance of undisturbed marine life.
Alaska has pioneered the standard for sustainable, eco-friendly fisheries. Alaska’s fisheries adhere to the most recognized and internationally accepted set of guidelines, written by the united nation’s Food and Agriculture Organiaztions (FAO). By proactively ensuring a healthy, wild and sustainable harvest, Alaska is protecting its superior seafood for future generations.
As mentioned by Kevin Gantner, co-owner of the Alaskan Guys based in Singapore, “Alaska is world renowned for its fisheries management. According to the latest yearly ‘Report on the Status of the US Fisheries,’ published by the National Marine Fisheries Service, no Alaska salmon or bottom fish (ground fish) is classified as over fished. An example of this effective management is evident with the salmon harvest being well beyond historical levels for more than three decades. “