Serving Size: 1.0 fillet
Serving Per Container: 2
A: Hi! I have a very low tolerance for spicy food and though it is subjective, I can stay that I did not find it spicy at all. Instead, it was just very flavorful.
A: Thank you for your interest in our C. Wirthy Blackened Salmon. While this product is not intended to be “hot” we can confirm there is pepper in the spice rub. Unfortunately, spice level is subjective to individual palate and we cannot advise if this is “too hot” for your family
A: High Liner Foods does not use the species of fish and shellfish in our retail products that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have expressed concerns about. Swordfish, king mackerel, shark, albacore tuna and tilefish are among the predatory species higher in the food chain that have higher concentrations of mercury from consuming other fish. Mercury is a naturally occurring element found in soil and rocks, and also in lakes, streams and oceans. In addition to natural sources, mercury is released into the environment by some human activities. The FDA has established a standard of 1.0 parts per million (ppm) for methyl mercury in commercial fish for safe consumption by Americans. Salmon is one of the species that FDA recommends as a “Best Choice”, as mercury levels are some of the lowest compared to other species.
A: A few High Liner products come from specially chosen fish and shellfish farms, including this item. The fish farmers and their processing plants are systematically audited by High Liner Foods before they can become a supplier. We prefer suppliers who have total control over the product from hatchery to processing. High Liner Foods Incorporated is committed to conducting its business in a manner that is respectful and protective of the environment. In particular, High Liner Foods Incorporated endorses the concept of sustainable use of global fisheries resources. Given the human demand for seafood we believe the best solution, environmentally and otherwise, is a balance between aquaculture methods that are protective and respectful of the environment, and keeping global fishery resources sustainable.