Coho Salmon, Wild Alaska Treat!
Our Coho salmon, sometimes known as "silver salmon," is gill net caught in pristine waters of the Prince William Sound in Alaska, then processed in the small fishing town of Cordova Alaska. The town of Cordova is located near the mouth of the Copper River in the Valdez-Cordova Area of Alaska. Our Coho salmon, caught in Fishing Area 67 are recognized by the Marine Stewardship Council as a sustainable, MSC Certified, fishery.
Coho salmon is a great source of protein and omega-3s. We leave the skin on the bottom of this fillet portion for two reasons: First, some of the highest omega-3 levels are found in the darker flesh along the central "fat line" next to the skin. Second, cooking this delicate fish with the skin side down as it finishes will help keep it moist throughout, for a perfect presentation.
Shipping is free on all orders. We will ship your package via FedEx Ground*, unless your location is west coast in which case we will automatically ship with FedEx Express for a 2 to 3 day Transit. Your package will take 1 to 3 days to arrive to you once it is shipped. We do not ship across weekends because shipping time extends past the effectiveness of dry ice.
We are unable to ship to PO boxes or FPO or APO addresses. Currently we are able to ship only to continental US addresses.
- Orders placed on Monday thru Wednesday will ship same day if placed before 12pm.
- Orders placed after 12pm Monday thru Tuesday will be shipped the following day.
- Orders placed on Wednesday after 12pm thru Sunday will ship Monday, with the following exception:
- Orders placed on Wednesday thru Thursday before 12pm within (NC, SC & VA only) will ship same day, since delivery takes one day.
* FedEx Ground is our standard, cost-effective shipping. If you prefer to be shipped via FedEx 2-day (and you are not located on the west coast) or Next Day Express, please call or email us via our Contact page.
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