Health Benefits — Seafood

Pass on Farmed Salmon for Your Health

Pass on Farmed Salmon for Your Health

A Reminder about the Dangers of Farmed Salmon Salmon farming is a controversial issue, and we could write scores of blogs about our take on this industry and what it means for the Bristol Bay fishery, for the American & global diet, and for our coastal communities and environments. In fact, there are many websites dedicated to this exact topic, but the point that we most want to stress to...
Staying on Track for your Health this Holiday Season

Staying on Track for your Health this Holiday Season

The holidays are commonly full of indulgences. This time of year is spent with loved ones, celebrations, maybe even gifts. While filled with joy, the holiday season is usually accompanied by disruptions in routine and, for some, those healthy habits we’ve been developing with intention. Just as we were hitting our stride with meal prep following a hectic summer, the holidays are here! Wild for Salmon has some helpful tips...
White Fish is Healthy Too

White Fish is Healthy Too

You often hear us raving about Wild Alaska Salmon and its long-list of health benefits, but it’s not the only one of our products that serves your mind, body, and soul. Our whitefish offerings will also impress you, and your doctor, with their health benefits. The American Heart Association recommends eating seafood two times a week--that’s one weekend meal and one weekday lunch or two weeknight meals. However you want...
What about Kosher?

What about Kosher?

In recent months here at Wild for Salmon, we have fielded some questions regarding our product in relation to the Jewish law of kosher eating and production of seafood. We are glad to take this opportunity to clarify that our salmon products can be considered kosher! In our research, and please inform us if you practice differently or if we have more learning to do (commenting is on below!), we...
Snip for Safety!

Snip for Safety!

Snip for Safety!  You may have seen one of the several items in the news recently about foodborne illness. Romaine lettuce and pre-sliced melon were the most recent culprits, but there have been numerous other foods that have threatened Listeria, E. coli and Botulism. No one wants to seek out the freshest food only to be burdened with the idea of contracting a foodborne illness! Wild for Salmon flash freezes...