Our product is Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch), also called silver salmon. Coho is one of seven species of Pacific salmon. It is a shiny, beautiful ocean and river fish with a silver color.
Coho is considered the ideal salmon: ranging in weight from 8 to 12 pounds, it’s not too big or too small, fatty but not too rich, with a firm-enough texture, and finally, a premium fish but not the most expensive salmon you can buy. It is high in anti-inflammatory fats, but has a milder flavor than King, Sockeye, and Atlantic salmon.
Chefs love Coho because its mild flavor makes it versatile for a variety of recipes and its beautiful reddish-orange meat has a firm texture, which makes it the best type of salmon for pan frying and grilling.
3.5 oz (100 g) of Coho (raw) contain 160 calories. One 3.5 oz serving contains 7.7 g of fat (1.8g of which is saturated fat), 51mg of cholesterol, 47mg of sodium, 0g of total carbohydrate, 0g of dietary fiber, 21g of protein, 12.00mg of calcium, 0.34mg if iron and 450mg of potassium in addition to the vitamins niacin, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, thiamin, A, B12, B6, and C.
Compared to other salmon species such as Atlantic salmon, Coho grows faster and is resistant to ISA.