We have a witty customer who once asked “How long does your Canned Tuna last?” We gave our standard response that in a cool, dark pantry the canned tuna can last for years. The customer called back a few weeks later and said: “I don’t think you’re right about how long the canned tuna lasts. That canned tuna was the best we’ve ever had. It doesn’t last long at all in our house. I’ve got to order some more.”
Yes our Canned Tuna is that good.
Did you know our Canned Ivory King Salmon is also really good? Perhaps a bit more delicate and maybe more appropriate on a salad or pasta than the canned tuna, but also loaded with Omega-3s and deliciousness.
We also just added Canned Sockeye Salmon and Canned King Salmon to our web store and they should be available to ship next week. Each 7.5-ounce can of our canned sockeye has 112% of the recommended daily value of vitamin D and 800 mg Omega-3s. We’ve noted before the importance of vitamin D and how wild seafood, particularly salmon and sablefish, is a good source of vitamin D.
All of these Canned Items are nutrient-dense—great for sandwiches, salads, pastas, or straight out of the can for an on-the-go snack!
Stock up. Put a few cases together in an order and use our 76th anniversary coupon for $76 off. Coupon code is: 76yearsofpride
This coupon expires May 31st.
With deep gratitude,
The Folks at Alaska Gold Seafood