Salmon is produced in the northern regions of the Atlantic and Pacific, mainly including: Canada, Finland, Norway, Japan and the United States.
Salmon is a kind of marine fish, because of its delicious meat and high nutritional value, it is loved by many consumers. So where is the origin of salmon? Now let’s get to know it together.
Salmon is suitable for growing in cold sea areas. The colder the area is, the more delicious the meat is.
Salmon, currently on the market in our country mainly from Chile, Scotland, Canada and other countries import.
Norwegian salmon, mainly Atlantic salmon, this variety of salmon is rich in nutritional value, but also has a certain therapeutic effect.
Finnish salmon is mainly large-sized red-fleshed rainbow trout raised in captivity, a species of fish that is widely farmed in many parts of the world.
The salmon of the United States are generally Alaskan salmon, which are mainly grown in waters up to 400 meters below Alaska. Nutritional value is extremely high.