Tasty, fresh Alaska Salmon can be purchased online and delivered to you. Enjoy the richest tasting Salmon you can get anywhere. Alaskan Salmon is an ecologically sound fish that is harvested in a sustainable manner to protect the marine environment and the Marine Stewardship Council certifies that Alaska Salmon fisheries are managed properly to achieve these goals. The Constitution of Alaska specifically requires that fisheries are managed using the Sustainable Yield Principle, so you can be assured that succulent Alaskan Salmon is good for you and the environment.

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Nutritional values for Alaska Salmon

Fresh / Frozen Salmon

Serving size – 3 oz. (85 g) cooked, edible portion

Calories Protein (g) Fat (g) Saturated Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Cholesterol (mg)*
KING (Chinook) 196-200 21-22 11-11.5 3 50-55 70-75
SOCKEYE (Red) 180-190 23-24 9-9.5 1.5 50-55 60-70
COHO (Silver) 157-165 23-24 6-7 1-2 45-55 40-49
CHUM (Keta) 130-135 22-23 4 1 50-55 80-85
PINK 130-131 22 4 .5-1 57-75 55-81
Canned Salmon

Serving Size – 1/4 cup serving size (63 g approximately)

Calories Protein (g) Fat (g) Saturated Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Cholesterol (mg)*
SOCKEYE (Red) 90-110 13 4-7 1.2-1.5 228-270 27-40
PINK 86-90 12-13 4-5 1 270-346 35-40

*The National Cholesterol Education Program of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) recommends a diet that includes no more than 300 mg of cholesterol per day.

Data courtesy of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute