King Salmon Collars pos AFF - Pacific Cloud Seafoods
King Salmon Collars pos AFF - Pacific Cloud Seafoods
King Salmon Collars pos AFF - Pacific Cloud Seafoods

King Salmon Collars

$16.00

This salmon is called the king for a reason, so get ready for a treat! Collars have the highest fat content than other cuts, making them highly coveted pieces (all those rich Omega 3's!). This delicious meat is naturally buttery and eats like a chicken wing. Though it might be hard to restrain yourself, try to eat slowly to avoid the bones that give these cuts an extra boost of flavor.

They make for a delicious raw treat or prepared lightly with simple spices to compliment their natural flavor and texture. Be wary of overcooking!

 

  • Salmon in Alaska is closely monitored, regarding it not only for its economic value, but also for its deep cultural significance.
  • Every year, the Pacific Fishery Management Council reviews reports of the previous fishing season and current estimates of salmon abundance to prevent overharvest through limits on the fishing season length, quotas, and gear restrictions.
  • Two independent certification standards guarantee the responsible management of the Alaskan fishery: the Alaska Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM) and the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).

  • High in omega-3 fatty acids!
  • High-quality protein source.

 

  • Despite being the most desired species, they compose only 1% of all salmon caught.
  • Largest and fattiest of all salmon.
  • About 1 in every 20 king salmon has ivory colored flesh. The red and ivory meat have identical taste and nutritional content, but it is still a nice surprise to see white salmon on your plate!

    Sustainability

    • Salmon in Alaska is closely monitored, regarding it not only for its economic value, but also for its deep cultural significance.
    • Every year, the Pacific Fishery Management Council reviews reports of the previous fishing season and current estimates of salmon abundance to prevent overharvest through limits on the fishing season length, quotas, and gear restrictions.
    • Two independent certification standards guarantee the responsible management of the Alaskan fishery: the Alaska Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM) and the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).

    Nutritional Benefits

    • High in omega-3 fatty acids!
    • High-quality protein source.

     

    Fun Facts

    • Despite being the most desired species, they compose only 1% of all salmon caught.
    • Largest and fattiest of all salmon.
    • About 1 in every 20 king salmon has ivory colored flesh. The red and ivory meat have identical taste and nutritional content, but it is still a nice surprise to see white salmon on your plate!