Honey Smoked Salmon will stay fresh in the package for 90 days if unopened and refrigerated, and will remain fresh after opening for up to 10 days. If unopened, it can be frozen for up to one year. Thaw in the refrigerator to allow the moisture to reabsorb slowly and maintain flavor and texture.
All packages are shipped free in the continental U.S. via FedEx Standard Overnight Shipping with ice packs in a heavy duty foam chest. Our ship days are Monday thru Wednesday only for next day delivery. Orders placed after Tuesday at 3PM will ship the following week. Get more information here.
Yes, Honey Smoked Salmon is Kof-K Parve (Kosher certified). It is a convenient and healthy addition to many Kosher recipes and, since it is Parve, can be mixed with other meats or dairy.
The type of salmon we smoke is farm-raised Atlantic Salmon.
No, our salmon is hot smoked. Lox is cold smoked.
Salmon has one of the highest concentrations of Omega-3 fatty acids, more than other fish, meat or poultry sources. Omega-3 fatty acids have been linked to numerous health benefits, including the reduction of cholesterol and lowered risk of heart disease and stroke. Though we use honey, there are no carbohydrates in Honey Smoked Salmon as they are burned off along with the fat calories during the cooking process. Honey Smoked Salmon is processed with 100% natural ingredients. Learn more about our nutritional benefits here.
All of our salmon is sourced from certified, sustainably practicing farms. Learn more about our eco-friendly fishing processes here.
Movable wild fisheries provide greater control over environmental pollutants, and allow ecosystems to return to a natural state more rapidly. While overfishing has become a significant issue with wild caught salmon, our farm-raised salmon stock is stable, making Honey Smoked Salmon more affordable, more delicious, and better for the earth all year round. Learn more about the Honey Smoked Salmon difference here.
Honey Smoked Fish Company purchases salmon from sustainable suppliers that use FDA approved natural carotenoid colorant, Astaxanthin, in their feed. This carotenoid is identical to the types absorbed by salmon in the wild from eating krill and other planktonic organisms, and also provides antioxidant health benefits to consumers.