A few thousand years ago the Alaska Yupik Eskimos crossed over the Bering Land Bridge from Siberia in search of food. They settled along the banks of the Yukon River, where tremendous runs of wild salmon and abundant game provided everything they needed to survive.
These same Yupik Eskimos still fish the prized salmon and we bring it now to you. The Yukon River Salmons
are precious resource to the people who live along the Yukon and this salmon is about the only source of income for them.
Wild Yukon River Salmon travel up to 2000 miles to reach their spawning grounds. The preparation for this rigorous journey increases their oil content - including the highly nutritious Omega 3's, which contributes to the rich, delicious flavor of this fish