Anchorage, AK (PRWEB) August 23, 2011
Alaskan Salmon is becoming a very popular part of everyone’s diet, on a global basis, and especially for U.S. households. Even though fishing occurs far from retail counters and restaurants, Alaskan Salmon as a brand, has become a top seller in the nation’s biggest supermarkets and restaurants.
Just in July 2011, fresh salmon represented 21 percent of all seafood promotions, second only to shrimp at 32 percent, with 266 salmon promotions in the month of July across U.S. retailers, reports Alaskan Delicacies, LLC. Sockeye salmon, almost an exclusive salmon from Alaska, dominated the propaganda, garnering 42 percent of all salmon promotions last month.
"No other seafood commodities had nearly the same level of promotional activity as salmon and shrimp," said John Sackton, Seafood.com editor.
But what is going to happen once the salmon fishing season closes for 2011? Even though Alaskan wild salmon has clearly done a great job differentiating itself in a world that is mostly flooded in farmed fish; this recurrent question is, in conjunction with lack of information and knowledge about the benefits of wild salmon versus farmed or Atlantic salmon, the reason why Atlantic salmon is sadly still the single largest source for the mid-level consumer in global markets.
Fortunately, Alaskan salmon retail companies have made this wonderful resource available to the nation, year round, buy establishing reliable online stores, like the bestalaskansalmon.com
Claiming to be “Home of the Best Alaskan Salmon”, Alaskan Delicacies provides fresh frozen wild caught Alaskan Sockeye Salmon, Coho or Silver Salmon and King Salmon year round.
“Fresh Frozen is just the way Alaskans eat their salmon. We catch it, process it and freeze it, all within hours of being caught, to ensure maximum freshness year round. It’s not rare to find Alaskan families with more than 200 pounds of Alaskan salmon by now stored in their freezers, stocking for fall, winter and spring” Carmen Shearer, owner of Alaskan Delicacies said.
Alaskan Delicacies, located in Anchorage, AK, is a local Alaskan company dedicated to provide its customers with the best quality wild caught Alaskan salmon year round.