Health Benefits

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...

Ketogenic Salmon Portions - Wild Caught Salmon Delivered!

Our Salmon Portions are an absolute life-saver for anyone participating in the Keto, Whole 30 or Paleo Primal eating styles. Our Wild Caught Sockeye Salmon portions are a 5-7oz cut of our fillets. Each sockeye salmon portion is individually wrapped and boneless with the skin on. All portions are sashimi quality and are processed in the USA. Wild for Salmon offers Wild Caught Salmon Keto portions delivered and shipped to your...

How Farmers Turn Their Salmon Pink (TIME)

*Article Published by TimeHealth* Written by: Mahita Gajanan When Don Read feeds the salmon on his fish farm, he adds in a chemical that changes the color of their flesh. Without the chemical in their feed, the farm-raised salmon would naturally be white — not an appealing look to customers seeking the classically reddish-pink fish, which is the second most popular seafood item in the U.S. And Read is not...
Sockeye Salmon's Wide Variety of Health Benefits

Sockeye Salmon's Wide Variety of Health Benefits

The following benefits combine to make wild Alaskan sockeye salmon the natural choice for any health conscious eater: - Omega 3 fatty acids- High Quality Protein- Essential Amino Acids- Vitamin A- Vitamin D- Vitamin B6- Vitamin B- Vitamin E- Appreciable amounts of calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, and phosphorus   “Only one food has the reputation from time immemorial of being a “brain food”. That food is fish… you should plan to eat a...