PCBs: Farmed Salmon vs. Wild Salmon - Is Farmed Salmon safe to eat?

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Farmed Salmon:: Fact sheet produced by Agriculture and Agrifood Canada on this industry, with information on production methods, the biology of the fish, marketing the finished product and quality control.

Salmon-Safe:: Non-profit organisation site with information about reducing agriculture's impacts on endangered salmon and steelhead habitat in the Pacific Northwest. Links to concerned organisations promoting GM-free products in Oregon.

Wild Pacific Salmon:: Find wild Alaskan Chinook, Coho, and Sockeye salmon in fillets or steaks. Also smoked salmon and Alaskan halibut.

Wild Salmon Center:: Non-profit organization dedicated to dedicated to protecting Pacific salmon, steelhead, char, and trout stocks and their ecosystems in the northern Pacific rim.

Taku Wild Smoked Salmon:: Sustainably caught and organically flavored with maple or pepper, produced by the Taku River Tlingit in northern British Columbia.

Wild Alaska Smoked Salmon:: Smoked sockeye, chinook, coho, halibut, king crab, shrimp and Alaskan gift baskets - smoked salmon is certified Kosher, all natural, no refrigeration required.

Salmon, Etc.:: Smoked salmon from Alaska. Choose between a wide variety of fillets or canned smoked fish or fresh frozen.

The Salmon Are Calling:: Essay about the decline of wild salmon populations.

Just Smoked Salmon:: Authentic Pacific Northwest Alder smoked salmon. Packaged fresh for catering, and hospitality professionals. Collection of recipes.

Salmon Village:: A wide selection of British Columbia smoked salmon products and other Canadian gifts are now sold online.

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