Salmon

Salmon

One of the most sought-after variety of fish around the world, salmon are loved for their healthy omega-3 fatty acids and high nutritional value. With a plethora of different species to consider, you can find one for just about any occasion to deliver that refined flavor you are after. Here at Anderson Seafoods, we offer a wide variety of these fish to choose from, giving you plenty of options when preparing your menu.

How Are Salmon Caught?

To better preserve the wild supplies of these fish and ensure they remain for future generations, many species of salmon are raised in a farm rather than caught in the wild. For these species, the most advanced aquaculture methods are used fish are harvested each day to provide high quality options. Alternatively, wild salmon varieties can be caught in many different ways. Sometimes, a hook method can be used to get one on the line, but other species often require gil net or seine fishing to get the job done right. This way, fishermen can capture the largest number of fish to keep a steady supply.

California Wild King Salmon

Available for catching in the wild May through September, the California variety of king salmon are loved for their nutritional value and great taste. Also called chinooks, these fish are known for having a higher oil content than many other variety and are favored among professional chefs. Since they are caught in the wild, they offer a richer flavor than many of the farm-raised varieties out there. Of course, this comes at the cost of their seasonal availability.

Cambridge House Balmorral Smoked Salmon

As an award-winning variety, this Cambridge House salmon has been dubbed “The best smoked salmon in the world,” by the New York Times. It is prepared without any artificial preservatives and slowly smoked to provide a flavor that you won’t soon forget. Using premium, fresh Scottish salmon from the cold waters around the Shetland Islands, we hand cure them with pure sea salt and fresh herbs. They are then smoked in small batches using aged oak whiskey barrels. Afterwards, they are trimmed down by hand and cut paper thin. Vacuum sealed for your enjoyment, you can enjoy them as is or with a little bit of lemon juice. For best taste, let them sit out for 30 minutes prior to enjoying.

Copper River Sockeye Salmon

Swimming through a strong, cold river, these sockeye salmon are caught in the wild and deliver one of the most recognizable salmon flavors. They are another variety that has a bit extra on the side of omega-3, making them one of the best varieties for those interested in heart health. Of course, like other wild salmon, they are seasonal and can only be found from about the middle of May until the end of August at best.

Fresh Arctic Char

Processed and shipped out the same day in a container with real, dry ice, the Arctic char is actually not salmon, but since it is so often compared with it many mistakenly classify it as so. When cooked, it results in a finer flake and firmer texture than salmon and still offers a rich omega-3 supply. These char are farm raised using an eco-friendly method within a closed ecosystem. They are available year-round and since they ship out fresh you can enjoy a richer flavor.

Fresh Atlantic Salmon

With a delicate flavor, this Atlantic salmon is the perfect option if you intend to use a smoker for preparation. Farm-raised in the British Columbia, Canada, Chile, Scotland, and Ireland, these fish deliver plenty of oils and great versatility. Like all fresh variety, they are processed and packaged the same day, which ensures they maintain the best flavor. Using real, dry ice, the taste is preserved and you can ensure that they arrive just right.

Fresh Loch Duart Salmon

This one might throw you a bit, because its flavor so closely resembles a wild caught variety that you might have to double check whether it is. In fact, these Loch Duart salmon come farm-raised from cold waters in Scotland and are grown without any artificial hormones, antibiotics, or growth agents. They deliver firm meat and a flavorful texture. Like all fresh options, they ship out using real, dry ice, which helps preserve the flavor and keeps them at their freshest. These in particular stand out because they are used by some of the world’s most famous chefs, including Gordon Ramsay and Rick Stein.

Fresh Scottish Salmon

While many of these other varieties are best smoked, the thing that sets Scottish salmon apart is that they can be prepared in virtually any way you see fit. Baked, steamed, fried, broiled, poached, or however you best like it, they deliver an exceptional flavor. Though you might not be able to tell, these are also farm-raised around Scotland to deliver flavor year-round. As with all fresh options, they ship out the same day they are processed and come packaged to preserve their flavor.

Frozen Alaska Coho Salmon

While fresh salmon are often the first choice for their great flavor, the truth is that frozen is sometimes a better choice. If you don’t intend to eat them right away, buying frozen means that they have been preserved as quickly as possible to best keep the flavor intact. When the time comes to enjoy, simply place in the refrigerator for 12-24 hours to thaw. Behind chinook and Atlantic salmon, these Alaska-caught variety are richest in Omega-3, making them an excellent choice.

Frozen Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

Wild caught around Alaska or the British Columbia, these sockeye salmon are another excellent option for those who want that wild flavor. Like the others, they offer a more distinct taste and since they are immediately frozen this flavor is preserved. Once you are ready to enjoy them, simply thaw them for 12-24 hours. Known to be the reddest of the wild Pacific salmon, these are sure to enhance any meal.

Frozen Norwegian Salmon

The Norwegian salmon are caught in Norwegian waters and offer a red to pinkish fillet. Since they are caught in this way, they provide a delicious flavor that is preserved when frozen. As with all frozen varieties, make sure to thaw 12-24 hours before enjoying.

King Salmon (Chinook)

Farm-raised in Tofino, British Columbia without any unnatural methods (hormones, growth promoters, or antibiotics), these chinook are one of the richest salmon varieties. They are flavorful, shiny, and firm, appropriately named for their unique dining experience. They are some of the largest Pacific salmon varieties and make for an excellent cooking choice.

Mount Cook Alpine “Saikou” King Salmon

Another farm-raised variety, these king salmon are found in the Alps Of the South Island of New Zealand. They are sushi grade and offer you the perfect flavor when prepared in such a fashion. They also work well lightly smoked and provide a buttery flavor that melts in your mouth.

Salmon Roe Caviar-Ikura

Roe from the Alaskan Pacific salmon, this deep orange caviar gives you a different experience entirely. They are hatchery-raised to provide quality control and ensure there is little impact on the environment. Have them freshly deliver for an intense salmon flavor.

Troll Caught Wild King Salmon

Like your other wild-caught varieties, this king salmon offers a rich and delicious flavor that is sure to impress anyone you cook for. These are caught one by one with a hook and line and immediately dressed and packed with ice. Available from May through September, this variety is a popular option and can be caught around Alaska, Canada, Washington, Oregon, California, and Russia. Like all fresh fish, it ships out in real, dry ice to preserve that initial freshness.

Scottish Salmon Oak Roasted

Found in the waters around Scotland, this highly sought after variety offers a delicious flavor option. We trim the fillet and remove any bones before roasting, preparing it for the best taste and visual appeal. From there, the fish is oak roasted to provide a flavor that anyone can enjoy.

Other Variety of Salmon

Beyond these common options, there are also some other specialty salmon choices that you will find only here at Anderson Seafoods. Our smoked salmon candy is a popular option and uses premium king salmon marinated in light salt brine and mixed with organic brown sugar. Free of any artificial preservatives, it is then bagged and frozen. Simply thaw out and eat within 4 days for a delicious snack on the go. For those who want something a great appetizer that can be prepared quickly, the salmon potstickers are another excellent option. These are made with salmon, vegetables, water chestnuts, panko bread crumbs, and just the right blend of spices to deliver a great taste that can be steamed in the microwave or pan fried to perfection.

If you prefer something that focuses just on the fish itself, you might prefer a couple of our other specialties as well. The smoked Scottish salmon fillet is made from the prized Scottish salmon, cured, and rope-hung for 36 hours. They are then vacuum sealed and sent out for your enjoyment. Simply remove from refrigeration 30 minutes before eating for the best experience. Finally, you can select either a Cajun spiced or Mediterranean seasoned Atlantic salmon for your enjoyment. These come pre-seasoned and boneless, ready for you to cook.

Purchase Salmon Online

Regardless of which variety you are after, Anderson Seafoods makes shopping online easy and convenient. Our fish our shipped out using a carbon neutral method, which means you don’t have to worry about leaving an impact on the environment. Since all of the salmon are processed and shipped out that day, you can also trust that they will deliver the absolute best freshness and delicious flavor experience. When you want quality seafood, you simply won’t find a better option out there.


Troll Caught California Wild King Salmon

California Wild King Salmon

Price: $35.00 

Copper River Salmon

Copper River Sockeye Salmon

Price: $39.75 

Fresh Arctic Char

Fresh Arctic Char

Price: $30.95 

Fresh Atlantic Salmon

Fresh Atlantic Salmon

Price: $26.16 

Fresh Loch Duart Salmon

Fresh Loch Duart Salmon

Price: $34.99 

Fresh Scottish Salmon

Fresh Scottish Salmon

Price: $34.25 

Coho Salmon

Frozen Alaskan Coho Salmon

Price: $28.28 

Norwegian Salmon

Frozen Norwegian Salmon

Price: $24.95 

Chinook Salmon

King Salmon (Chinook)

Price: $33.99 

Salmon en Croute

Salmon en Croute

Price: $13.60 

Salmon Potstickers

Salmon Potstickers

Price: $13.38 

Salmon Roe Caviar

Salmon Roe Caviar - Ikura

Price: $21.93 

Indian Candy

Smoked Salmon Candy

Price: $25.75