Wild Alaska seafood has no artificial colouring, preservatives, pesticides and GMOs and so retains all the goodness from when it is frozen to when it ends up on the dinner plate. Since it lives in the cleanest waters in the world wild Alaska salmon is firmer, fitter and a more vibrant fish. Alaska seafood is naturally high in essential vitamins and minerals including;
A major antioxidant; supplies oxygen to blood; provides nourishment to cells; prevents blood clots; slows cellular aging
One of the major antioxidants; essential for healthy teeth, gums, and bones; helps to heal wounds, fractures, and scar tissue; builds resistance to infections; assists in the prevention and treatment of the common cold; prevents scurvy
Improves the absorption of calcium and phosphorous (essential in the formation of healthy bones and teeth) maintains nervous system
Promotes growth and repair of body tissues; reduces susceptibility to infections; aids in bone and teeth formation; maintains smooth skin
Promotes wound healing, a stronger immune system and physical development
Forms a component of haemoglobin, myoglobin and many enzymes
Performs a crucial role in all cellular function, in neural transmission, muscle contraction, blood coagulation.
Is a key component in the endogenous antioxidant, glutathione peroxidase
Alaska seafood comes from the wild, pristine waters of Alaska and is prized as the highest quality in the world for its rich colour, distinctive flavour and range of textures. Completely natural, the quality of Alaska seafood is determined by what it doesn't contain. Alaska's marine habitats are nearly pollution-free compared to the rest of the world. Feeding on organic marine organisms, Alaska seafood is additive-free and provides healthful, natural vitamins, minerals, nutrients and heart-healthy polyunsaturated fats.CLICK FOR RECIPES
Alaska seafood is versatile and can be used in a number of dishes. Whether using canned Alaska salmon to provide a quick and easy way to create colourful seafood salads, soups and sandwiches with minimal preparation, frozen wild Alaska salmon to create stunning main course dishes, or black cod for that truly special meal, there is a fish for every occasion.
Another reason why Alaska salmon is so popular is how simple and quick it is to cook. The high amount of omega-3 fatty acids means it’s especially speedy to cook – the average fillet can be pan fried to perfection in under ten minutes – and the fish is so incredibly versatile that it can take centre stage in everything from a canapé to a main course. Simply steaming, roasting, frying, grilling or poaching Alaska salmon fillets and serving them whole alongside a few vegetables makes for a quick and healthy meal, but try flaking the flesh into a risotto, lightly curing a fillet to make gravadlax, adding it to a terrine or wrapping salmon up in a tortilla with coleslaw and coriander for a classic Alaska fish taco.CLICK FOR RECIPES
Alaska seafood comes from the wild, pristine waters of Alaska and is prized as the highest quality in the world. Alaska seafood is additive-free. The flavour and colour characteristics of wild Alaska salmon come from the fish feeding on a natural diet of marine organisms, the texture comes from the annual migrations in the cold North Pacific. Fish from Alaska swim wild. This freedom to swim means the fish have higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids and lower levels of fat than many other fish. Wild Alaska salmon is a quality product that has some of the best credentials in the world - a product from a clean, wild environment that is respected by the people who fish it.LEARN MORE