Sockeye Salmon

Rich flavor that rivals the flavor of Chinook (king) salmon. Firm and fatty, making it rich in omega-3 fatty acids.

when is best to eat?

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September to January.

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Sustainability Notes

In Alaska, sockeye salmon populations are generally healthy, and fisheries only target healthy stocks. Scientists actively monitor these populations and fisheries, and managers adjust regulations for these fisheries every year and often in-season as well, according to changes in salmon abundance and other conservation considerations.

Capture Infoformation

Caught by Nets (Drift and Set Gillnets, Purse Seine), Trolling and Fishwheels from US Territorial waters adjacent to the coast of the States of Alaska -FAO67-77 (Pacific North East/Pacific Centre East). Fresh summer and early fall. Frozen, canned, and smoked year-round.

nutrition information

Servings1
Serving Weight100g (raw)
Calories168
Protein21.3 g
Fat, total5.56 g
Saturated fatty acids, total1.495 g
Carbohydrate0 g
Sugar, total0 g
Fibre, total dietary0 g
Cholesterol62 mg
Selenium33.7 mcg
Sodium47 mg

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