Skinless, Boneless, Wild-Caught Alaskan Pink Salmon
In the Water
Pink salmon is a wild and plentiful species in the Pacific Ocean. After hatching in Alaska’s rivers, the salmon make their way out to sea, where they eat natural foods in the ocean for two years. They are harvested when they weigh between 2.5 and 4 pounds, before they return to the rivers to spawn.
The breathtaking Alaskan coast, via Creative Commons
Alaska’s wildlife is very important to the state, and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) is extremely strict about the times and locations when salmon can be harvested. This allows the population to stay at a strong and healthy level.
We’re proud that our Alaskan partners are fully compliant with the ADFG, and that our wild-caught pink salmon is recognized by the Marine Stewardship Council as a Certified Sustainable Seafood.
In the Can
Caught by net, our pink salmon is transported from the fishing vessel to the canning facility in chilled water, so it is fresh, never frozen. At the facility, the salmon is cut and cleaned, and its skin and bones are carefully removed before canning for a pure, premium product.
Crown Prince Skinless & Boneless Pacific Pink Salmon is an excellent source of protein and provides 235 mg of omega-3 per serving.
Its texture and flavor are fantastic straight out of the can, making it a great choice for recipes including:
Visit our website for more canned salmon recipes – and happy cooking!
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