Smoked wild sockeye salmon

This smoked wild sockeye salmon from Kenai beach in Alaska is the cream of the crop! Because for wild salmon, Alaska is the place to be. Here the water is super clean and the fish are nice and fat.

Salmon is an anadromous fish, which means that it swims from the sea up the stream in the river to lay its eggs. That’s hard work, so before they start their journey the salmon makes sure to eat as much plankton and shrimp they need. Exactly: that’s where it gets its gorgeous deep red color. And because the fish is caught the fattiest, it is also full of flavor.
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  • Product facts

    Net weight: 4.0 OZ (113 gr)

    Ingredients: Sockeye salmon (oncorhynchus merka), salt, distilled vinegar powder, smoke

    Contains: salmon (FISH)

    Serving: 2 servings per packaging. Serving size 2 OZ (56 gr)

    Nutrition facts:

    Per serving
    Calories 60 %DV
    Total Fat 1.5 g 2%
    Saturated Fat 0.5 g 1%
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 20 mg 6%
    Sodium 670 mg 29%
    Total Carb. 0 g 0%
    Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
    Total Sugars 0 g
    Incl. Added Sugars 0 g 0%
    Protein 12 g
    Vitamin D 12.8 mcg 60%
    Calcium 10 mg 0%
    Iron 0.1 mg 0%
    Potassium 210 mg 4%


    Per packaging
    Calories 120 %DV
    Total Fat 2.5 g 3%
    Saturated Fat 0.5 g 3%
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 40 mg 13%
    Sodium 1360 mg 59%
    Total Carb. 0 g 0%
    Dietary Fiber 0 g 0%
    Total Sugars 0 g
    Incl. Added Sugars 0 g 0%
    Protein 24 g
    Vitamin D 26 mcg 130%
    Calcium 10 mg 0%
    Iron 0.1 mg 0%
    Potassium 430 mg 10%


This sockeye salmon comes from Kasilof, a village in the U.S. state of Alaska. Not many people live there, the population is somewhere between 500 and 600 people, and the rough nature is breathtaking.

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Seafood with a story

Our sockeye salmon is caught by the Chase family. Even after being a salmon fisherman for many years, Brian Chase is still a huge fan of the sockeye salmon. He enjoys roasting the salmon outdoors on an open fire. 'Pure enjoyment', he calls it.

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Fishing method

The Chase family fishes with floating gillnets, which they set out in the morning in small boats. The floaters keep the upper side of the nets floating on the water surface while the rest of the net forms a kind of wall in the water. As soon as the salmon swim in the nets they retrieve the nets and take the fish out by hand.

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From late June to mid August, salmon migrate along the coast of the Kenai Peninsula on their way to the Kasilof River. The state of Alaska meticulously notes how many fish swim up the river to lay their eggs. Only if enough fish have passed, fishing is still allowed. This way the population remains healthy and the fishermen can continue catching the most delicious salmon.

Straight from the ocean

At Sea Tales we want you to know what the origin is of your fish and what has happened between the catch and your frying pan. We believe that a fully transparent chain makes it easier to choose for fair products - and to enjoy your fish totally guilt-free.

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