Coho Salmon

Wild coho salmon, and salmon in general, are most well known for their amazing life cycle. They live their lives (up to four years) in the cold waters of Alaska and the North Pacific and then return to the exact place (river) of their birth to spawn and reproduce. When the young salmon hatch, they migrate thousands of miles to the ocean, where they survive on shrimp, krill, and other small fish, only to start a new life cycle. Commercially caught coho average between 4 and 14 pounds and are typically gill-net, purse-seine, or troll harvested. In recent years, coho salmon has become more popular as consumers have learned to appreciate its mild, sweet flavor and firm, delicate texture.

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Common Name

  Coho salmon

Market Name

  Salmon, coho or silver

Scientific Name

  Oncorhynchus kisutch


Value Added Products

Portions (skin-on or skinless)

    • Sizes: 2- to 4-oz / 4-oz. / 6-oz. / 8-oz. / 10-oz. / market cuts
    • Pack Types: Vacuum-Packed / Layer-Packed / Bulk IQF
    • Pack Sizes: 10-lb. / 25-lb. / Custom-Packed

Fillets (skin-on or skinless)

    • Sizes: 1- to 3-lb. / market cuts
    • Pack Types: Vacuum-Packed / Bulk IQF
    • Pack Sizes: 10-lb. / 25-lb. / Custom-Packed

H & G - Whole Coho Salmon

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Nutritional Facts

Serving Size: 3.5 oz. (raw)
Calories: 146
Fat Calories: 53.5
Total Fat: 5.93 g
Cholesterol: 45 mg
Protein: 21.62 g
Iron: 0.56 mg
Sodium: 46 mg

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