Eating our seafood will make you beautiful on the inside and out.
Our small-batch seafood is not only pleasing to the pallet but also provides skin rejuvenation, body strengthening, mood lifting and disease preventative nutritional benefits.
Skin is our bodies largest organ. It’s the first line of defense for our immune system, protects our internal organs and tissues and is a vital component of overall good health.
Why not support the good work your skin does? Nurture it with essential vitamins, minerals and healthy omega 3 oils that naturally occur in our wild seafood.
Our small-batch methods of immediate processing and flash freezing of our fresh-catch not only preserves optimal flavor profiles it also locks in B and D vitamins, iron, potassium, selenium, calcium, Omega 3’s and more.
Wild salmon generally contains 4 times the levels of astaxanthin than farmed, particularly our wild sockeye. A known antioxidant that helps to reduce free radicals present in the body.
Salmon skin contains the highest concentration of omega-3 fatty acids on the fish. There’s strong evidence that these fatty acids can decrease your chances of heart disease, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Cooking your fish with skin on can keep nutrients and oils intact that might otherwise be lost during pre-cook preparation.
Here’s a recipe for a simple fish skin preparation, or simply eat it straight from the grill with a sprinkle of sea salt.
If you just don’t see yourself eating fish skin, instead consider the needs of your furry friends.
The Omega 3s found in our fish skins are naturally anti-inflammatory and provide hydration and oil production for animal skin too. Resulting in healthy shiny coats for cats and dogs.
And lastly, in several interviews Victoria Beckham has credited her flawless skin, physical stamina and general sense of well-being in large part to her daily commitment of eating a meal of healthful salmon.
“I am a fisherwoman with a commitment to sustainable fishing practices, environmental protections and the advancement of gender equity."