Farmed Atlantic Salmon

Blast (tunnel) frozen

Salmo salar

Farmed Atlantic Salmon is a significant aquaculture species, primarily raised in marine cages in countries like Norway, Chile, and Scotland. Known for its rich, oily flesh, this salmon is a popular choice for various cuisines worldwide. It's distinguished by its silver-gray color with distinct black spots. They vary in size, but on average, adult Atlantic salmon measure between 28 to 30 inches long and weigh between 8 to 12 pounds. In the wild, their diet consists of small fish, shrimp, and squid.

These salmon are raised in controlled environments, where their diet, health, and growth conditions are closely monitored. This controlled rearing ensures consistent quality and availability, making farmed Atlantic Salmon a staple in seafood markets.

Farmed Atlantic Salmon, a key export from Norway, is renowned for its high quality and nutritional value. Raised in Norway's pristine waters, these salmon have a distinct flavor and texture. Known for its pink to orange flesh, rich in omega-3 fatty acids, it's a versatile fish in global cuisines. Norwegian aquaculture practices prioritize sustainability and fish welfare, making it a responsible choice. This salmon is central to Norway's seafood industry, reflecting the country's commitment to quality and environmental stewardship in aquaculture.

(per piece): 1kg till 9kg+
Superior Salma, Head off / gutted

The 15 colours of farmed salmonids by SalmoFan will help you to know more about the quality of salmon mean. SalmoFan was developed on the basis of the colour of fresh salmonid flesh, pigmented with Carophyll Pink (astaxanthin). The vast majority of Atlantic salmon is available on the world market is farmed (almost 99%). Light conditions can influence visual colour perception.

Shows the grading of salmon colors in regards to quality.