Happy Spring, seafood lovers!

Happy Spring, seafood lovers!

We’re nearing the end of March, and Spring, with its longer days, blooming flowers, and Buying Club pick-ups is just about in full swing. We are excited to charge into this new season with gusto, new products, and one eye on the upcoming salmon season.   It’s always a treat to see our customers, and we really enjoyed welcoming you all into the store for our spring tasting. If you...
See you at PASA!

See you at PASA!

Wild for Salmon will donate 10% of event sales (including pre-orders) back to PASA!  Over the years, PASA has proven to be an invaluable resource and ambassador for wild and sustainable foods, and we can’t thank them enough for all their hard work! Support PASA with us by purchasing wild seafood to pick up at this upcoming conference and putting your dollars back towards this wonderful organization! How To Order 1....
An Update on Pebble Mine

An Update on Pebble Mine

Hi folks, As we’ve shared on our Facebook page recently, there’s big news coming out of the Pebble Mine camp. To be real, all of it is disappointing and frustrating. What’s not, however, is the strong and quick reaction our Bristol Bay communities have made in response. Just a quick reminder that the fishery where Steve fishes for wild sockeye salmon aboard the F/V Ava Jane each summer is under...
Addressing the Latest Parasite Issue in Salmon

Addressing the Latest Parasite Issue in Salmon

(This is an article recently released by the ASMI on Parasites in Alaska Seafood) JUNEAU, Alaska – Jan. 13, 2017 - Known for its wild salmon, crab and whitefish varieties, Alaska is home to dozens of different species of seafood, including more than 90 percent of the wild salmon harvested in the United States. From the rich, robust flavor of sockeye to the firm texture of coho, consumers can rely...
Answering Your Fukushima Concerns

Answering Your Fukushima Concerns

Recently we have been receiving a lot of questions regarding the incident at Fukushima, and with good reason.  We care deeply about these concerns and would like to address them head on so there is no more confusion.  A recent article published by KDLG stated:   "State, federal, and international agencies have been testing Alaskan seafood for Fukushima-related radiation since 2013. No detectable levels have been found."   In 2013,...