Wild Salmon Nutrition Facts

Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy

Wild salmon nutrition is one of those things that is often overlooked because of the delicious flavors that fresh fish provide. There is an impressive (and lengthy) list of all the health benefits of eating fresh Wild Alaskan Salmon. Simply put, it’s about the healthiest thing you can eat. Besides the great taste, Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood Company’s wild caught salmon is 100% all natural:

  • Free from artificial coloring, growth hormones, pharmaceuticals, and other unnatural chemicals.
  • High in Omega-3 oils which have been shown to lower cholesterol and decrease the risk of heart disease as well as lowering triglycerides.
  • Naturally abundant in many essential nutrients and vitamins including Vitamins A, C, D and E, niacin, and Vitamin B-12.
  • An excellent source of protein.
  • Low in saturated fats and low in calories.

Wild Alaska Salmon VS Farm Raised

Wild caught salmon: All natural and sustainably caught and is verified as such by the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI). Our wild salmon is harvested straight from the icy waters of Bristol Bay in Alaska and processed by us within 24 hours after the catch. That means any Wild Alaskan Salmon you purchase from us will taste just as fresh as the day it was caught! That is a guarantee straight from Captain Tony.

Farm-raised salmon: Salmon are kept in pens, fed grain and unable to swim. This produces fish high in unhealthy fats. They are fed antibiotics to reduce disease and are dyed to look like fish living naturally in the wild.

ASMI is a public corporation of the State of Alaska which is the state's official seafood marketing arm. ASMI promotes Alaska Seafood throughout the U.S. and in 17 other countries.

To learn more about the health benefits of wild Alaskan salmon, visit: Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI)

Flavor difference between Wild Alaska Sockeye and Wild Alaska King

First of all, the flavor depends on the fat content and diet of the salmon which is different in both species, but it also has a lot to do with how the fish has been handled. You can have two of the very same species of fish caught in the same area that look, feel and taste completely different. That’s all due to the handling of the fish as soon as it’s caught or lack thereof. Captain Tony and his crew fish, process and blast freeze our salmon the same day they are caught. All of our salmon is 100% wild caught and we add absolutely nothing to the finished product.

Salmon Species Flavor & Texture Preparation Tips Nutrition Facts
Sockeye Salmon
Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon (Red)
  • • Rich Red Flesh
  • • Excellent color retention
  • • Distinctive Rich Flavor
  • • Firm Texture
Delicious grilled, roasted, or sautéed. Try a savory sauce such as a soy marinate or simply season with salt, pepper, and fresh lemon.
Protein 23 g 46% DV
Vitamin B12 3.8 mcg 158% DV
Vitamin D 14.2 mcg 71% DV
Omega 3s
730 mg
3.5oz of Alaska Sockeye Salmon
King Salmon
Wild Alaskan King (Chinook) Salmon
  • • Rich Red Flesh
  • • Succulent Flavor
  • • Large Flakey Meat
  • • High Oil Content
  • • Firm Texture
Perfect grilled or sautéed. The melt in your mouth meat can get by with as little as a sprinkling of your favorite seasonings or Capt. Tony’s Wild Alaska Rub.
Protein 22 g 44% DV
Vitamin B12 2.4 mcg 100% DV
Carbohydrate 0 g
Omega 3s
1,476 mg
3.0oz of Alaska King Salmon
Coho Salmon
Wild Alaskan Coho Salmon
  • • Orange-Red Flesh
  • • Flakey Meat
  • • Mild/Delicate Flavor
Perfect for any method of preparation! Add your favorite spices for extra flavor to go with the flakey texture.
Protein 18.38 g 35% DV
Potassium 360 mg 8% DV
Vitamin A 26 mcg 3% DV
Carbohydrate 0 g
Omega 3s
450 g
3.0oz of Alaska Coho Salmon

To find recipes and more for all of our products, visit: Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI).