Salmon is one of the most popular seafood in the UK. Fresh salmon contains roughly 94% water, about 92% protein, and small fat and bone. Salmon’s flesh is generally orange to pink, although there are some examples of white-fleshed wild salmon.
Salmon is a rich source of vitamin D and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, protein, vitamin B12, phosphorus, and potassium. The vast majority of salmon sold commercially are of the farmed Atlantic variety.
We offer this raw Scottish salmon that is whole, boneless, and skin on. This is a product that has been farmed.
Salmon Fillet is perfect for gatherings, fish smoking, and a host of other purposes.
What Does Salmon Taste Like?
Salmon gives a multi-layered, intense flavour sensation in the mouth. You’ll enjoy the taste of salmon if you’re not a fan of the fishy scent. As a popularly stated fact, many people claim that salmon tastes different from other types of seafood.
Salmon has a light and refreshing flavour. Salmon, in truth, has the taste of lightly seasoned meat straight from the sea. However, keep in mind that the flavour can vary depending on how the fish is prepared.
Our Scottish salmon, which is responsibly harvested, are high quality and abundant in omega 3 and provide high benefit in daily life.
However, before it hits our stock, we go to considerable lengths to ensure that any piece of salmon meets our rigorous welfare and environmental specifications.