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Right; when I found packaged unfrozen salmon steaks I didn't look in the freezer.  I'll ask about any differences next trip.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote drfeelgood Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Apr 11 at 09:24
Jeb...just checked...there are two different frozen packs you can choose from...one has a gray color label..the other is blue color.both have two pieces inside..the packaging is similar to each other and if not for the color difference, you would hardly know...go with the blue one..the name of the company is Emborg...I found the blue one is less fatty than the gray...also it does state on the package that the salmon is caught wild
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Hi,

I find my wife had bought some frozen "Salmon portions without skin from salmon caught wild in the Pacific Ocean" from north of Alaska to the Japanese coastlines  "Catch Area: FAO No. 61" "Produced In China for: Uhrenholt A/S" "Danmark"

The label is gray and there doesn't seem to be any fat which I assume would be under the skin and could be taken off with it.  She doesn't remember why she chose the gray over the blue label.

I'll be eating it tonight and will try the blue next trip to Makro.

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To the Japanese coastline???,,,,now you have to start wondering about "nuclear salmon"
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jeb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Apr 11 at 21:40
Indeed Embarrassed

I didn't find Area 61 but I did find this: http://www.fao.org/figis/geoserver/factsheets/rfbs.html


As I read the map there's a 200 nautical mile stand-off and only the extreme southwestern corner
approaches Japan.  Apparently this company also fishes an area north of NPAFC authority

My hunch is that a. fishing takes place well away from Japan, particularly now and, b. current store
stock predates the blowout.  

At any rate, ocean fish is my second choice for iodine; seaweed is my preference.  While the same
questions arise, I have enough kelp tabs to last until the dust settles.  I wonder how long before
the labels for all ocean produce include test results?

Thanks again, this time for drawing my attention to the overlooked obvious.  Clap
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