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Salmon Sustainability

Species We Sell:

Sockeye Salmon

Pink Salmon

 

Keta Salmon

Atlantic Salmon

Images by Timothy Knepp, US Fish & Wildlife Service

Sustainable Salmon at a Glance:

  • The majority of our salmon is wild-caught from Alaskan fisheries, which have been a model of sustainable management since the 1960s and are certified by the third-party UN FAO Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM).
  • Our salmon products are traceable back to the fishing vessel they were caught on.
  • We are exploring more sustainable sources for our farmed Atlantic salmon, although it constitutes a very small amount of the product we sell.
 
 

Alaska Seafood

Sustainable fishing is so important to Alaska that it has been written into the state’s constitution since 1959. Their stringent harvest practices protect against overfishing, habitat damage, and pollution in all of their fisheries.

Atlantic Salmon

Clover Leaf’s Atlantic Salmon is currently sourced from fish farms in Chile. It is free of antibiotics and additives. Fish farming involves raising fish commercially in tanks or enclosures, usually for food. It offers a solution to the emerging challenge of providing adequate protein to our world’s growing population.