Wild & All Natural
alaska sockeye salmon
Sustainably Caught by Community Fishery

The journey of our Sockeye Salmon takes a long time, but it’s well worth the wait. After feeding on shrimp in the nutrient-rich North Pacific Ocean for three years, Sockeye Salmon return home to Bristol Bay in Alaska. Passing along the Wood River, they are caught with a beach net, pulled-in by the strong hands of local fishermen. Frozen right after the catch, the freshness is preserved for seafood lovers around the world. Baked, grilled, or pan-seared, every bite of our Sockeye Salmon unlocks the authentic taste of Alaska!

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Independently Verified & Certified

This product comes from a fishery that has been independently certified to the MSC’s standard for a well-managed and sustainable fishery. www.msc.org | MSC-C-53962

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Our Products

W SOC 1 Filet D Trim Pin Bones In PBI inside

Filet D-Trim | Pin Bones In (PBI) [Skin Side]

W SOC 1 Filet D Trim Pin Bones In PBI skin

Filet D-Trim | Pin Bones In (PBI) [Skin Side]

Packaging

Atlantic salmon sleeve 1312x1438

Single Filet Cardboard Sleeve

[600 - 900 g]

Alaska Sockeye Salmon mastercase MSC 1312x1438

Retail Mastercase

[10 kg | Variable Weight]

Good To Know

Pre-Rigor Salmon Pin Bone In

As our Sockeye Salmon is flash-frozen within a few hours after catch, it qualifies as “Pre-Rigor”. This means the fish is frozen before it reaches “rigor mortis”, a natural phenomenon which occurs 6 – 12 hours after slaughter. During rigor mortis, the fish is extremely stiff and cannot be processed. Thus, our “pre-rigor” salmon always comes with pin-bones in, as pin bones can’t be removed at this stage. Pre-rigor fillets are uniquely fresh: The muscle is flexible and naturally firm in texture!

ORIGIN PROFILE & OCEAN IMPACT TRACKER
Species Name

Sockeye Salmon

Scientific Name

Oncorhynchus nerka

Catch Method

Manual Beach Net (EU Code: NK)

Country of Origin

Alaska (USA)

Catch Area

Wood River, Bristol Bay, Alaska, USA (FAO 67)

Type of Operation

Community Fishery

Ocean Impact tracker


When you serve the ocean, transparency isn’t scary – it’s expected! Blueyou’s ocean impact team works tirelessly to measure and improve the environmental, social, and animal welfare conditions of our seafood origins. Check out the impact and footprint of this product and learn which areas still need improvement. We’ll keep improving, so join our mission to be part of the change!

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