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Atlantic Salmon, Fillet, Fresh
Atlantic Salmon, Fillet, Fresh
Atlantic Salmon, Fillet, Fresh
Atlantic Salmon, Fillet, Fresh
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Atlantic Salmon, Fillet, Fresh

Regular price
$8.75
Sale price
$8.75
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Country of origin: Norway

$3.50/100g, $35/kg (price range is $30-$35/kg depending on the stability of supply)

Fresh Norwegian Salmon is chilled and imported from Norway. 

A salmon can be filleted from the mid or tail region.

The mid-region contains more Omega-3 Fatty Acids, thicker and 'oilier' compared to the latter. Usually softer and more 'chewy'.

The tail-region is thinner and completely boneless. 

Fillets have been descaled, deboned*, and portioned for your convenience. 

Atlantic Salmon is known to be less oily. 

It is usually more expensive than Salmon Trout, but for now, it is slightly cheaper! 
What is usually sold at supermarkets is small-sized salmon trout fillets.

Picture is not updated, it has a light orange colour as shown in the last picture. 

*Please note that even though the deboning process is done with stringent control, it is important to check for the presence of bones before feeding children and elderly.*

If you have other specifications for cutting please leave a remark during checkout!  (e.g. thin slices for steamboat/baby consumption)

 

Special note from Xavier: 
1) Please check prices closely whenever you buy salmon! It should not go below $30/kg (unless it's frozen) and should not go past $35/kg. Retailers may sell at $12-$15 for 300g, so do your math and save your money!