Wild Pink Salmon
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5.3 oz / $1.55 per oz
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Scout's wild pink tuna is skinless and boneless, making it easy to incorporate into your recipes without all the hassle. It's hand-cut and hand-packed with a pinch of sea salt. In fact, there's only two ingredients on the can: salmon and salt. Don't you just love the simple things in life?
Good news! The outer box and aluminum can are 100% curbside recyclable.
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No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
low carbon footprint
How it does good
Keeping it fresh and clean
Seafood is the primary protein source for more than half the planet. Our oceans and waterways are the most regenerative ecosystems on earth, but unfortunately, there is no effective global regulation or enforcement of illegal fishing and environmental degradation. Governments, the seafood industry, and consumers all have a role to play in protecting this precious ecosystem. At Hive, we rigorously vet all of our seafood. Scout is on a mission to be the most trusted seafood brand in North America while reducing food waste and protecting our oceans and waterways. Led by a love and respect for seafood and their home, Scout makes ethical choices every step of the way, from supply chain and product sourcing to packaging.
Scout only sources from partners that meet the highest standards in seafood sustainability, including reduced bycatch and minimal ecosystem impact. They work directly with fisheries and sustainable farms in Canada and the US for their wild-caught, MSC certified products. All of their ingredients, except olive oil and spice blends, are grown, harvested, or caught in North America.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Over 90% of carbon is stored in the ocean, and kelp forests and other ocean ecosystems sequester more carbon per unit area than forests on land. That's why Scout is on a mission to plant 1 million kelp in 2021 through their partnership with SeaTrees. Their long term goal is to support 100 SeaTrees projects by 2030.Learn More
supporting key causes
As a member of 1% for the Planet, Scout donates the equivalent of 1% of sales to environmental nonprofits that have a measurable impact on ocean health, including plastic removal and ecosystem conservation. And as part of their mission to contribute more as they go, Scout reinvested a portion of revenues to kelp reforestation via partner SeaTrees and non-profit Not For Sale for their 1% for the Planet commitment in 2020.Learn More
Scout’s boxes are recyclable and FSC-certified, made with water-soluble non-toxic vegetable ink, and their aluminum cans are BPA-free and also recyclable.Learn More
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About the Brand
Scout is on a mission to become the most trusted seafood brand in North America while reducing food waste and protecting our oceans. Led by a love for seafood and respect for the ecosystem, Scout is Certified B-Corp pending and a proud member of 1% for the Planet, reinvesting every sale into climate action projects.
By leading as the first seafood cannery that 100% sources from the U.S. and Canada, Scout works directly with fisheries and sustainable farms coast to coast. And each of their recipes are lovingly developed by their co-founder and acclaimed chef, Charlotte Langley.
How to use
Make onigiri rice balls with the pink salmon, sushi rice, and soy sauce, all wrapped together in nori seaweed.