Wild Alaskan Salmon -- a la carte

Our Wild Sockeye Salmon is caught by hand in Alaska by fisherman Christopher Nicholson. He is the third generation in his family to fish these vibrant, firm-fleshed salmon. The NYTimes found that 1/2 of the fish at restaurants and grocery stores labeled "wild caught" were in fact mislabeled and farm raised. Know where your food comes from and exactly who is fishing it by ordering this special item!

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History:

Iliamna Fish Co. is a family-owned fishing cooperative. Since 2010, they have been inviting individuals to take part in their sustainably managed (MSC-certified, Monterey Bay Aquarium-recommended, and Environmental Defense Fund "Eco-best choice") wild sockeye salmon fishery, as shareholders in their harvest. Their customers include Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Applewood Restaurant in Brooklyn, Estiatorio Milos in Manhattan, and Restaurant North in Armonk.

What you will get:
• Approximately 2 lbs of premium, wild sockeye (1 large fillets that feeds approx 6)
• Caught by hand in 20-foot boats
• Filets are flash frozen immediately
• $27.90/lb


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