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Thursday, November 15, 2007

Aleutian Salmon on the Menu at Aroma Thyme Bistro


Aleutia Salmon
Aleutia is a wild, ocean-run fishery that is uniquely located where the Bering Sea and North Pacific Ocean collide.

The fishery stretches across more than 8,000 square miles of icy, cold water around Alaska's Eastern Aleutian Islands, Shumagin Islands and Western Peninsula. These are pure, mineral rich waters
that remain virtually untouched by man.

You can rest assured that the Aleutia fishery is an environmentally healthy fishery. It is certified to the Marine Stewardship Council's environmental standard as a well-managed and sustainable fishery.






The Aleutia sockeye salmon is a truly distinctive sockeye with a taste all its own. Full-flavored and rich, it has a subtle sweetness and vibrant red appearance.

Each year Aleut families harvest this sockeye at sea before it begins to deteriorate in fresh water rivers and streams. Here, in the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea, Aleutia salmon feed naturally on a rich mix of nutrients swept up the strong ocean current.

It's easy to spot Aleutia's open seas difference. Its color is vibrant red. Its taste is equally impressive. Aleutia salmon is uniquely firm and rich with a full-bodied flavor.

This is a premium-quality, all-natural Alaskan salmon, harvested in an environmentally friendly fishery

Free from antibiotics, colorants and other additives, Aleutia is the kind of clean, healthy food that customers are increasingly requesting. It is naturally low in saturated fats and high in Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids.







Each Aleutia family completes rigorous quality seafood handling training as part of a deep commitment to providing you with superior seafood.

But these fishing families also realize you know your customers best. Every Aleutia sockeye is carefully harvested and handled to your individual specifications with an independent third-party inspector
examining the final product to guarantee that your expectations are met.

And Aleutia fishermen don't stop there. They have formally adopted the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute's quality standards as well as more stringent standards deemed Aleutia Premium to ensure that they provide you with the finest salmon available. No matter what your needs.

The Aleutia sockeye salmon fishery begins June 7 and often extends into October.

This unusually long sockeye season makes Aleutia ones of Alaska's first wild sockeye harvests and
always its last. The late season harvest enables you to provide fresh, wild Alaska sockeye salmon
to your customers long into the fall.

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