Wild Planet Pink Salmon, No Salt Added, 6 Ounce, $8.99
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Wild Planet Sardines in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Boneless, 4.25 Ounce, $3.99
Wild Planet Sardines in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Lightly Smoked, 4.38 Ounce, $3.39
Wild Planet Sardines in Water, 4.38 Ounce, $3.49
<ul> <li>Sustainably Caught in the Pacific Ocean</li> <li>Delicious Meat Portions Cleaned and Scale-Free</li> <li>Excellent Source of Omega 3</li> </ul>
Wild Planet Skipjack Tuna, Light, 5 Ounce, $4.99
<ul> <li>Non GMO Verified</li> <li>100% Pure Tuna & Sea Salt</li> </ul>
Wild Planet Sockeye Salmon Nsa, 6 Ounce, $13.49
Wildfish Cannery Salmon Smoked Coho, 6 Ounce, $12.99
Tasting notes: With the aroma of smoke and sea greeting you, the Smoked Coho salmon delivers big, traditional flavor with a salty brine and alder smoke notes. The flesh is dense, meaty and flakes easily. It’s a pantry staple.
Wildfish Cannery Smoked Geoduck, 6 Ounce, $27.99
It's big. It's weird. It's delicious.<br><br> Wildfish Cannery Smoked Geoduck (pronounced "gooey-duck") was born of an idea from the diver himself, and when those doing the heavy lifting ask, we answer! This giant, rare clam is wild-harvested by hand from the seafloors neighboring our home on Prince of Wales Island, but due to a lack of domestic market demand, nearly all of the harvest is shipped live overseas. They hope to change that, and thanks to strong relationships with their local diving fleet—and adventurous eaters like you!—they've been able to create and help nurture a new market here at home for nature's most curious clam.It's big. It's weird. It's delicious.<br><br> Tasting notes: A giant clam with a mild flavor, firm texture, and appetizing golden color. Dry-cured with salt, sugar, and spices before smoking.
Wildfish Cannery Smoked Herring, 6 Ounce, $9.99
Despite sustainability and nutrition advice from Chefs, seafood experts, and nutritionists, smoked herring is too often hard to find in the US, tucked away in the hidden corner of the supermarket. Not so in other countries where herring is immortalized—especially Europe—where herring culture reveres the sacred fish for its taste, versatility, and heart-healthy Omega 3s. <br><br> Wildfish Cannery sources their herring from the pure, remote waters of Western Alaska where the fishery is managed sustainably and provides economic support for residents of the remote village of Togiak, Alaska (pop. 857.) <br><br> Tasting notes: Smoked herring delivers robust, savory flavor with a rich dose of umami and smoke. Herring is a smaller fish, and after smoking over Alder chips, the skin turns slightly crisp, and the flesh transforms into a rich mahogany brown. The result is a tin of tempting bite-sized morsels that look beautiful right out of the tin or in a pasta dish.