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F*** is not a
dirty word

Better Seafood from a Better Place

The pristine waters off the Patagonian coast embrace an island where ancient tales of a mermaid dancing to fill the sea with fish remind us of the timeless value of nature’s gifts. We use today’s most advanced aquaculture practices to ensure the health of this place and the seafood we share with you. One bite of the pure, fresh taste will make you a believer in our legendary seafood too.

Our Not-So-Secret Difference

We advance aquaculture products and practices that feed a growing global population and create a more sustainable world.

We donate 1% of annual sales to environmental organizations to certify our support of people and the planet.

Our 4-Star BAP rating certifies our sustainable advances in all four steps of the seafood production chain.

We support the mission to inspire a healthier America by raising awareness of seafood’s essential nutritional benefits.

We join other leaders of advanced salmon aquaculture to increase our industry’s sustainability.

Exceptional Seafood, Raised For Pros In The Know

Our salmon meets the highest standards set by Secret Island’s community of award-winning Chef Ambassadors.

Secret Island salmon’s firm-but-flaky texture and succulent taste make it the perfect base for the kind of culinary creations that have earned a place on the menus of our community of award-winning Chef Ambassadors. But there’s also a world of quick and easy ways for you to make a delicious difference in your dishes too!

Featured Recipes

Ready to make a splash at Expo West! 🌊🐟 Will we catch you there?

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The problem:

👥 the world’s population is projected to reach 10 Billion by 2050
📈 we’ll need to increase food production by 60%!
🌏 If we increase food production using current agricultural methods, the strain on our environment will be detrimental and unsustainable.
🎣 If we continue fishing the seas as we are, there may not be any fish left by 2050.

One solution:

🐟 Aquaculture - is greener than land farming, and allows for the continued survival of wild fish populations.

We advance our aquaculture practices at every turn, in terms of feed, environmental impact, water usage, so that one day? Our commitment to innovation will lead us to a sustainable food future, with access to quality, nutritious protein being available to all.

#onestepatatime #goals #sustainability  #responsibleaquaculture lture
We get this question a lot. In a world of Wild Caught ideals, Aquaculture plays an important role. Let’s get into it 👇

👥 The world’s population is projected to reach 10 Billion by 2050. 
📈 If we hope to feed a population that size, we must increase food production by a whopping 60%.
🌏 If we increase food production using current agricultural methods, the development of new land, use of water resources, and output of greenhouse gasses will negatively impact the environment on a large scale.
🎣 If we continue fishing the seas as we are, there may not be any fish left by 2050.

❇️ takes the strain off of wild fish populations, allowing them to thrive
❇️ has been optimized by decades of technological advancement and scientific research to use minimal water resources (we filter + recycle 99% of ours!), have low (if any) impact on the surrounding environment, and feed our fish sustainably without the overuse of antibiotics.
❇️ produces fewer greenhouse gasses than agriculture, and uses less land.

We believe in a future with seafood in it, and sustainable aquaculture practices is how that future will be realized 🤝

PHEW. Did you catch all that?! What do you think??

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😋 Salmon Bacon Bao Buns from @chefjosegarces ⬇️

2 packs of Secret Island Salmon Bacon (8 Pieces)
12 bao buns, steamed 
3 tablespoon water
2 tablespoon miso
2 tablespoons seasoned rice vinegar
1 inch fresh ginger, finely grated
1 tablespoon tamari or coconut amino’s
2 teaspoons toasted sesame oil, optional
1 clove garlic, finely grated
1 cup thinly sliced purple cabbage
1 cup thinly sliced napa cabbage
1/2 cup roughly chopped cilantro, stems and all
1/3 cup shredded carrot
4 green onions sliced into thin strips, 1-inch in length
Sriracha Mayo
In a large skillet, cook the Secret Island Salmon Bacon over medium heat, 4-5 minutes each side, or until crispy.
Tear each piece into two or three pieces.
In a medium bowl, whisk together water, miso, rice vinegar, ginger, tamari, sesame oil, and garlic. (You can also use a small blender to combine until smooth.)
Add purple cabbage, napa cabbage, cilantro, carrot, and green onion.
Toss to evenly coat.
Spread a generous amount of Sriracha mayo across the bottom of each steamed bun, top with prepared slaw, and Secret Island Salmon Bacon.

 #thesalmonman  #secretislandsalmon #recipes #salmonbacon
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