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Also known as sablefish or butterfish, this deep sea dweller is only found and harvested in the icy waters of the North Pacific. Black Cod is a delicate fish with a rich, melt-in-your-mouth texture, packed full of healthy omega 3 fatty acids. Sustainably Harvested, Wild Caught in Alaska.
Pacific Cod, one of the most well-known of the whitefish species, mostly for its moist, firm texture and mild, but slightly sweet flavor. Pacific Cod portions offer an impressive ¾” cut at a great price to fuel you and your family. Boneless, Skinless. Sustainably Harvested, Wild Caught in Alaska.
Wild caught from Bristol Bay, Alaska by Jenn and Steve Kurian of Wild for Salmon which is based in Bloomsburg, PA! Loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids and other essential nutrients and vitamins you simply can't beat the taste and health benefits of wild caught Alaskan salmon. It's fresh frozen with the skin on and individually vacuum packed to maintain peak flavor and texture. Available in two convenient size ranges priced at $15.95/lb. Exact amount billed upon delivery and based on actual weight. **AVERAGE COST for each size range shown below.
Same Bristol Bay salmon cut into portion sizes. Great for the lone salmon lover and smaller families. All portions are boneless and come with the skin on. Average portion size is 6 oz. each. Each portion piece is fresh frozen and vacuum packed gauranteeing you the great taste and texture of wild caught Alaskan salmon.
Barnard's apples and cider mixed, that's it, nothing else create this delicious and unique tasting applesauce. Give it a try.
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