Wild Pink Salmon
Why we love it
We're wild over this pink salmon. Here's why: It's packed with nutrients—from omega-3's to calcium—and it's sourced from a small-scale fishery in Alaska. But perhaps our favorite part about it is the sheer number of ways it can be enjoyed. It's not just a substitute for tuna, it's a delicious fish in its own right. Say hello to salmon salad, salmon patties, salmon dip. Plenty of possibilities.
How it does good
Treating our oceans with the utmost care
Conventional fisheries use practices that put profits over our oceans. That's why Wild Planet uses careful, sustainable techniques to catch their tuna, salmon, mackerel, and more. How? First, they use fishing poles rather than nets, which help them catch only the fish they're after (and nothing else). They also work with small-scale fisheries that fish at specific times, in specific waters to make sure they never over-fish.
recyclable packagingWild Planet uses 100% recyclable aluminum cans for their fish and recyclable cardboard to hold their cans.
responsible sourcingBy partnering with small-scale fisheries, Wild Planet supports regenerative fishing. This keeps the delicate aquatic ecosystem in tact by preventing overfishing.