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Sustainable Fish

We are pleased to bring you these incredibly delicious Sockeye Salmon Filets, caught by independent family fishermen in Bristol Bay, Alaska, which is home to the world's largest sockeye salmon run.

Kashrus Information: We follow the OU kashrus policies that allow for salmon to be purchased without certification. Learn more here.

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Sockeye Salmon Filets
Alaskan seafood is both wild and sustainable, delicious and versatile, and these wild-caught Sockeye filets are of the highest quality. Each pack is approximately 6oz and contains one skin-on filet.

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For six weeks every summer, our partner fishermen return to Bristol Bay to fish for salmon in small boats with hand-tended set-nets.

When you eat salmon from Bristol Bay, you are voting with your fork to protect a precious natural resource that has long sustained local fishing communities. Forty million salmon return each year to one of the world's best managed salmon fisheries. The salmon are caught using sustainable methods, then blast-frozen at the dock at the moment of harvest, allowing us to enjoy this delicious fish at the peak of flavor year-round.


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