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Ready-to-eat Wild Salmon Products from Seabear

In 1957, Anacortes fisherman Tom Savidge and his wife Marie built a backyard smokehouse and began selling smoked wild salmon to local taverns. With that, Specialty Seafoods (later renamed SeaBear after a Native American legend) was born.

And now, we’ve brought select Seabear products to the Ketoship web store:

Smoked Salmon Jerky

seabear jerky

A favorite of visitors to the Smokehouse, this snack is made from fillets of wild salmon. It’s 100% natural, with a deep smoky flavor, and a perfect chewy texture.

Each pouch contains 1.25 oz. of Smoked Wild Alaskan King Salmon Jerky. Perfectly portable, and keeps unopened on the shelf for 6 months (or opened, in the fridge, for 1 week).

Seabear Copper River Sockeye Smoked Salmon 6 oz

seabear smoked salmon

Native coastal tribes first smoked salmon on an open fire over 1,000 years ago. Today, the signature smoked salmon from SeaBear is done in the traditional Northwest style, using premier hand-filleted wild Sockeye salmon.

Copper River Wild Sockeye Salmon has a rich, red color and moist robust flavor, and is known worldwide as one of the finest salmon available.

Good to Know:

  • Each fillet is vacuum-sealed for freshness
  • Cooked in its own juices (to naturally preserve the salmon)
  • No refrigeration required!

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