The Flavor of Wild Atlantic Salmon
The Faroe Islands are a small, remote island group in the middle of the North Atlantic with a population of less than 50,000 people, and the perfect place for premium salmon farming. The natives there have lived off the ocean for centuries, have a deep respect for its health, and are committed to sustainability and sound stewardship of the environment.
Maybe that’s why salmon from all over northern Europe make their way north of the Faroe Islands to feed. Or maybe it’s the islands’ pristine clear waters, cool steady sea temperatures, strong currents and accessible fjords — all which contribute to the development of the salmon’s unique flavor and texture — as close to wild Atlantic salmon as you can get, despite being farm raised.
If you’ve not tried Faroe Islands salmon, you should visit our Fishmongers. We promise you’ll be instantly hooked.