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World Port Seafood offers the very finest skin-on sockeye salmon and guarantees you'll experience only the purest, highest quality salmon flavor in every bite. Sustainably wild-caught from icy Pacific waters surrounding Alaska and frozen at their freshest state quickly after being caught, our thick and meaty Wild Alaskan Skin-On Sockeye Salmon Fillets are sure to thrill any seafood-loving dinner guests.
Our Wild Alaskan Skin-On Sockeye Salmon from World Port Seafood comes from world-class fisheries certified for sustainability. You'll be proud to serve and share Wild Alaskan Skin-On Sockeye Salmon from World Port Seafood. And best of all, salmon is simple to prepare (see World Port Seafood's fish cooking chart to learn how), so you can savor this nutritious seafood whenever you crave it.
Perfect for supporting a healthful lifestyle, our Wild Alaskan Skin-On Sockeye Salmon Fillets boast world-class levels of potassium, selenium, omega-3s, and an abundance of vitamins and minerals. Alaskan Sockeye Salmon inhabit icy cold North Pacific waters. To live in such unique conditions, these salmon develop extra layers of fat, which store an abundance of nutrients - and the rich flavor beloved by salmon aficionados. Super nutritious. Super delicious. Super easy. Super food!
More About Wild Sockeye Salmon
Wild sockeye salmon, and salmon in general, are most well known for their amazing life cycle. They live their lives (up to four years) in the cold waters of Alaska and the North Pacific and then return to the exact place (river) of their birth. When the young salmon hatch, they migrate thousands of miles to the ocean, where they survive on shrimp and other small fish, only to start a new life cycle. Sockeye salmon is prized by foodies worldwide for its rich flavor, firm texture, high oil content, and bright red color, which is a direct of result of their distinct habitat.
|Cooking Method||Broil, Grill, Pan Fry|
|Dietary Need||Gluten Free, Ketogenic Diet, Low Sodium, Paleo Diet|