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  • Buying ten pounds of anything can feel like a commitment; at Pride of Bristol Bay, we sell in larger volumes in order to keep our product affordable, and because we’ve found that our customers are ready to eat salmon often and burn through a few boxes every year! When considering the investment o...

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  • Most salmon fillets can feed three or four people. The size of the fillet will depend on the species of fish; at Pride of Bristol Bay, we sell sockeye salmon because it’s what we harvest during the summer months of June and July in Bristol Bay, Alaska. It is also delicious, nutritious and has a f...

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  • Per the original definition of the word, yes, wild salmon is organic in that it grows naturally without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or other artificial agents. However, under current rules, no wild seafood is certified organic; in the United States, the USDA “certified organic” declaration ...

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  • Ready for your wild salmon dinner tonight? Pride of Bristol Bay sockeye fillets average about a pound and a half, and we recommend thawing them overnight, in their original vac-pac placed in a tray or pan, in the fridge. Or, pull a fillet out in the morning for dinner that evening. Thawing a fill...

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  • Many of our customers are avid fishers, hunters and outdoor enthusiasts who eat their meals outside, over a fire, after a day of harvesting. Some, however, live far from the ocean or the river and are less familiar with the delicious wonders of Bristol Bay sockeye salmon. We understand that for t...

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  • At Pride of Bristol Bay, we sell in bulk in order to keep our product affordable, because we are used to fish flying out of the freezer, and because it’s better for the environment. We understand, however, that some salmon lovers aren’t feeding growing kids or move through a 20lb box of wild salm...

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