Alaska Salmon Recipes
Salmon from Alaska's cold, clear waters ranks among the world's finest seafood. There, the five species of natural, wild Alaska salmon (king, red, sockeye, coho, chum and pink) mature in a pristine, natural environment that provides them with superior flavor, color and texture.
There is only one place in the world where the waters are still pristine and rich with the bounty of natural salmon: the 34,000 mile coast of Alaska. Swimming against the currents of the icy North Pacific and feeding on its natural resources, Alaska salmon develop firmer texture and richer color and flavor than farm-raised salmon.
To complement its natural bounty, Alaska has developed state-of-the-art processing and freezing technology. This ensures that the fresh-caught flavor and texture of Alaska salmon is locked in within hours of harvest, yet available all year long.
If you have any questions about Alaska seafood write to ASMI at: Info@AlaskaSeafood.org