Ready-to-serve, skinless and boneless wild Alaskan Sockeye salmon in convenient foil pouches - perfect for the truck/car, picnic or a quick bite at work.
Simply open and enjoy! Try our Sockeye Salmon in salads, or just by itself.
Each pouch (6 oz) and can (5.5 oz) contains fully cooked wild Sockeye salmon and a pinch of natural sea salt. The retort cooking process preserves the fish perfectly for up to three years.
In addition to ample protein, Alaskan Sockeye salmon offers abundant omega-3s, as well as unrivaled levels of vitamin D and astaxanthin (as-tuh-zan-thin), a carotenoid-class red-orange pigment with rare antioxidant power. On average, Sockeye salmon provides these amounts of nutrients per 3 oz portion: (1) Omega-3s – About 1,000mg of omega-3 EPA+DHA, or 2 to 4 times more than the minimum daily EPA+DHA intake recommended by most world health authorities (250-500mg)). (2) Vitamin D3 – About 585 IU in the optimal D3 form, which is more than most other fish, and more than any fortified food, approaching the child-to-adult US RDA of 600 IU. (3) Astaxanthin – About 3.39 mg. This red-orange pigment is a carotenoid-class nutrient with unique health benefits.
SMOCKED SOCKEYE SALMON
WILD SOCKEYE SALMON (POUCH)
Sockeye salmon, natural sea salt
Skinless & boneless Durable pouch Sustainably harvested Product of USA (Alaska)
Keep retort-pouched fish in a cool place. Consume by the recommended date. (Retort-pouched fish can be stored for five years if kept cool.)
This spring-like salad is great by itself or on a bed of greens. (Serves 5)
4 hard-boiled eggs, peeled and rinsed and chopped coarsely 1 can Vital Choice Wild Red Salmon, drained and chopped coarsely 1 cup chopped celery 1/4 teaspoon Bell's Seasoning (contains rosemary, oregano, sage, ginger, marjoram, thyme, and pepper) 1 tablespoon homemade mayonnaise
Gently blend the salmon, eggs, celery in a mixing bowl Add the seasoning, and fold in mayonnaise Chill and serve.
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