SeaBear Ready-to-Eat Sockeye Salmon 4-Pack

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(4) - SeaBear Ready-to-Eat Wild Sockeye Salmon, 3.5 oz. pouches

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SeaBear Ready-to-Eat Wild Sockeye Salmon
A rich, natural source of Omega-3 fatty acids, and better than canned salmon

  • Portable, No Refrigeration Required
  • Easy-open
  • No skin or bones
  • Very moist, from the salmon's natural oils
  • Only pure, 100% wild salmon with a touch of sea salt.
  • Kosher - This item is Kosher Certified.

SeaBear's Ready-to-Eat Sockeye Salmon is fully cooked, boneless, skinless and lightly flaked; simply tear open the pouch and enjoy! The 3.5 oz size is great for a quick & easy lunch - or, take along on your camping trips, backpacking or day hikes.

Vacuum-sealed in an easy open pouch, and gently cooked in its own juices, preserving the salmon naturally, so no refrigeration is required until the pouch is opened.

Our Ready-to-Eat Wild Salmon has a shelf life of approximately four years, which make them perfect for camping trips, to pack in your RV, or for emergency kits. Think of the pouch like a “flexible can” – as long as the pouch is not punctured, leaking or opened, the product inside will stay good for at least 4 years. Even this is conservative, as long as the pouch is intact.

To determine when your Ready-to-Eat Smoked Wild salmon was packaged, look on the back near the barcode. You'll find a white sticker with a code that looks like this:


  • 64 is our smokehouse FDA issued plant number
  • 17 is the last digit of the year it was processed. 17 would be 2017, 6 would be 2006.
  • 158 - the Julian Date (June 7th, 273 would be Sept 30th)
  • 2 - the second cook of the day

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  • Best By: 04/17/2022

Recipe: Ready-to-Eat Wild Salmon with Garlic, Red Pepper & Pasta
Serves 2


  • Cook enough pasta to serve 2 people (we use Barilla)
  • 2 good size cloves of garlic (crushed or finely chopped)
  • 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • Pinch of red pepper flakes
  • Two SeaBear Ready-to-Eat Wild Salmon 3.5 oz pouches

Combine olive oil, garlic and red pepper flakes and let sit for about 45 minutes. Heat until warm, but not hot. Pour over cooked & drained pasta; add salmon and toss.
This is a dish that is almost room temperature but if you want it warm I would recommend adding the salmon to the olive oil & seasoning mix.

Vendor Details

SeaBear Wild Salmon

In 1957, Anacortes fisherman Tom Savidge and his wife Marie built a backyard smokehouse and began selling smoked wild salmon to local taverns. With that, Specialty Seafoods (later renamed SeaBear after a Native American legend) was born...

The tavern owners loved Tom's smoked salmon, but asked him to preserve it longer. Being an inventive guy, Tom answered their request with a whole new idea in packaging: The Gold Seal pouch, which preserves the salmon naturally, so no refrigeration is required. This innovation (for which he received a patent) made it easy for tourists traveling through the Northwest to take Tom's salmon back home, or to ship it to family and friends. From this, word spread about "the legendary flavor of the Pacific Northwest."

Today we ship our full line of seafood to customers in all 50 states, and remain dedicated to the same principles upon which Tom Savidge founded our company decades ago: Make great food people love, and always listen to our customers. We stand behind everything we do with our unconditional Fisherman's Oath guarantee.

If you are ever in our part of the world please stop by our smokehouse!

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