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  • Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Alaskan Pink Salmon, 6-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
  • Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Alaskan Pink Salmon, 6-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
  • Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Alaskan Pink Salmon, 6-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
  • Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Alaskan Pink Salmon, 6-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
  • Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Alaskan Pink Salmon, 6-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)

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Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Alaskan Pink Salmon, 6-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)

Crown Prince

Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Alaskan Pink Salmon, 6-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)

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NZ$ 246.00 NZ$ 410 Save NZ$ 164 (40.0%)
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Product Description Product Description
  • Case of twelve, 6-ounce cans (total of 72 ounces)
  • Packed without skin or bones; contains 1,195 mg of omega-3 per serving; kosher
  • Non-GMO Project Verified; From an ASMI certified sustainable fishery; Certified Paleo
  • Excellent source of protein and vitamin D; good source of iron and potassium; low fat
  • Sustainably wild caught; product of USA
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A Great ProductThere are times when I like to use canned salmon just for a change. Although I would prefer to have canned (low sodium) Alaskan sockeye salmon, Crown Prince provides a satisfactory alternative, low sodium pink salmon. Actually, each can is packed with solid pieces of fish with barely a tiny amount of bones and skin. The cans are BPA free also. This product comes in handy when a "quick-fix" protein is needed at any time. If dinner or lunch time is approaching, and I need something in a jiffy, Crown Prince Natural Pink Salmon comes in handy. It can be prepared to one's taste in a variety of ways~~~great in salads, entrees, or on its own as a snack. As I have stated ~~~a great product!5Convenient and tasty. Durable cansI bought a few packs of these for days that I won't have time to pack lunch for work. They're great but the cans are somewhat thicker than most cans I own, making it difficult to open with a P-38 or P-51. This isn't altogether a bad thing, since it means that the cans are more durableIf these had pull-open tabs, I'd give it a final star but I bought these for convenience and they're somewhat lacking in that for me.4Delicious and like the bonesYum, love eating those bones. Salmon taste great as well.Good for on of my cats who became a salmon addict. Only this brand she would eat.After a friend gave my cat a box for her birthday...I was buying weekly. She ate this same and so did I for two years.For this cat, the food was healthy for her.Though I felt a little sheepish when I saw her teeth were pink after indulging daily. She lived to be 20 years.5It's nice to actually eat boneless and skinless salmon for onceI've been buying a variety of brands of canned salmon from my local foodstores for over a year now. It's nice to actually eat boneless and skinless salmon for once.Unfortunately, the product is very pricey for what you get, even moreso considering it's not red salmon, which is far tastier (and healthier to boot).In addition to that, there was what I thought was glass shards in it, but it turns out it's some sort of crystal called Struvite. What a shocker that was to bite into, and a bit of a ruiner of the product.Aside from the struvite, it's a really good product if you want skinless and boneless salmon.. though the price outweighs that benefit for me, so I won't be purchasing it again unless there's a big price drop in future.4Taste, texture, and smell not as good as wild Alaska Pink salmonThis review includes a discussion of the perceived quality difference between this brand of Pink salmon and another brand of Pink salmon, the price of Pink salmon, and the differences in mercury (Hg) content between salmon, tuna, and mackerel. The differences in mercury (Hg) content can be as high as 1700%.I will not order Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Pacific Pink Salmon from Amazon again partly because Amazon significantly raised the price recently. On September 11, 2013, I ordered the product from Amazon at the subscription price (after a 15% discount) of $35.43 for 12 6-ounce cans, or $2.95 per can. However, today, Amazon's subscription price (after a 15% discount) is $47.22, or $3.94 per can. This is a price increase of 34%, which is a price increase of $0.99 per can.After I ordered the product on Sep 11, I consumed about 12 6-ounce cans during a period of about 6 weeks. I found the taste and texture to be OK, and the product is completely free of skin and bone, but the smell right after opening the can is noticeable and distracting compared to Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless, which I prefer much more than the Crown Prince product. Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless has noticeably better taste, texture, and smell.Furthermore, the old-fashioned design of the Crown Prince can saddles the user with a major inconvenience: one must have a can opener to open the Crown Prince product. The Wild Planet product has a modern self-opening lid with a finger-ring on the lid so that one does not need a can-opener tool. An old-fashioned can without a self-opening lid is a big drawback for consumers. The modern self-opening lid is an important convenience for on-the-go consumers who want to eat the product right out of the can, especially when not at home.Before I first ordered Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Pacific Pink Salmon on September 11, 2013, I had been consuming Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless regularly for a period of about 12 months. According to the product labels, the Crown Prince product has a higher Omega 3 content than the Wild Planet product, and the Crown Prince product carries the BPA FREE label on the can. However, I prefer much more the taste, texture, and smell of the Wild Planet product.(Note: Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless does not carry the BPA FREE label, but, on its web site, Wild Planet discusses at length the substance BPA and whether its cans have the substance. BPA is a reference to a coating on the interior liner of some cans in the industry. Many governments have outlawed the use of BPA in can liners, but the US government has not outlawed such use of BPA, so, in pursuit of higher profits, some US corporations continue to sell cans that have BPA in the liner.)Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Pacific Pink Salmon seafood comes from Pacific waters off the coast of Canada. Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless seafood comes from Pacific waters off the coast of Alaska. I do not know if the habitat waters makes the difference, but I prefer much more the taste, texture, and smell of Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless.Before the time around July 2013, when Amazon discontinued subscription pricing for Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless, the subscription price (after a 15% discount) was $3.07 per 6-ounce can. Due to unavailability of Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless by subscription for $3.07 per can, on September 11, I ordered Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Pacific Pink Salmon because the price was much more affordable than the high prices for Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless from Amazon's 3rd-party vendors. I am very disappointed with Amazon for cancelling subscription availability of Wild Planet Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Boneless & Skinless, which had a relatively affordable subscription price (after a 15% discount) of $3.07 per 6-ounce can compared to the much higher and current prices ($3.80 to $5.92 or more per 6-oz can) of Amazon's 3rd-party vendors for the same product.I do not intend to reorder Crown Prince Natural Skinless & Boneless Pacific Pink Salmon, and I will not pay the high price of Wild Planet Skinless & Boneless Wild Alaska Pink Salmon from Amazon's 3rd-party vendors. As soon as I find a seller who has an affordable price for wild Alaskan Pink salmon, boneless & skinless, I will order from that seller.According to a Perdue University scientific study, canned salmon contains significantly less mercury (Hg) than most canned tuna and less mercury (Hg) than most canned mackerel. According to other abundant scientific data, North Pacific Pink salmon has the least amount of mercury (Hg) compared to the other four species of North Pacific salmon.For all seafood consumers who want to know the scientific data about the actual amounts of mercury (Hg) content and the differences in mercury (Hg) content in salmon, tuna, and mackerel, read the findings of the study at the following non-commercial public-service site: cfse.purdue.edu/news/some-canned-fish-safer-for-women-in-childbearing-years/, and, at the bottom of the web page, download the actual scientific paper that contains the report and analysis by clicking the link: Mercury and Fatty Acids in Canned Tuna, Salmon, and MackerelAdditionally, the Monterey Bay Aquarium has a EXCELLENT, free, and downloadable seafood guide on its non-commercial, public-service site, which is a superior reference for informed seafood consumers or those who aspire to be informed seafood consumers: montereybayaquarium.org/cr/cr_seafoodwatch/download.aspx3it makes my fingernails strong and i feel like it keeps me healthy..... This Alaskan pink salmon is delicious. There are some bones in there, but they are very soft and edible. The product has a long shelf life. i choose the low sodium kind, because a lot of fish in cans overdue it with the sodium. Here is a video where i show you what the pink salmon looks like, etc. i hope it helps. Sabiene:)5Good Canned Wild Alaskan SalmonI have been buying this salmon for several years. I do so because wild Alaskan salmon is a very healthy food, i.e., it is a good source of healthy protein, omega-3 fatty acids, certain vitamins like D and B-12, certain minerals (e.g., calcium, phosphorus, selenium), etc. Also, it has one of the lowest mercury contents for fish. The advantage of this particular canned salmon is that it has no added salt. In terms of taste, it is better than most of the common canned salmons found in our local supermarkets, but of course it is mediocre when compared to the taste of fresh salmon. I use it exclusively for making the salmon analogue of tuna-fish salad and for making a tomato-based fish and vegetable soup. In those cases, the added seasonings that I used make up for the relatively bland taste of the canned salmon. In regard to the bones, they are very soft, so they can be easily ground up and included in your food. The bones are a very good source of calcium and other nutrients. The skin is a good source of anti-inflammatory compounds. (I would only eat the skin from wild Alaskan salmon. For other salmon sources, such as farmed salmon, higher concentrations of environmental toxins have been found to accumulate in the skin.)The price for this canned salmon has been consistently increasing over the past few years, but Amazon usually has the best price. Amazon prices jump around quite a bit on most of the food items that I purchase from them, so I usually wait until prices are at the lower end of the range before ordering.4Great salmon at a decent priceI just placed another order for these (and I order the Crown Prince sardines all the time), and felt compelled to write a review after noticing some of the low reviews here. The short version is this is very high quality canned salmon; some reviewers were either confused or maybe very unlucky (e.g. saw a couple with damaged cans). Here are a couple of points to consider:1. Amazon lists this salmon (*with* bones) on the same page with smoked and/or boneless skinless salmon varieties, therefore the reviews for all 3 are combined. While this is slightly confusing I admit, don't people read the product description before ordering? A lot of reviews were surprised at the bones. It states pretty clearly they are in there, in fact it's listed at the very top in the current presentation: "Traditionally packed to include the bones and skin for added calcium".2. Even people who knew it had bones posted negatively about the vertebrae pieces in the salmon chunks. I'm confused...did they think they would remove the vertebrae but leave the ribs? Personally to make e.g. salmon salad for my daughter I found both the skin and bones easy to remove; for myself I mostly leave them in. The most amusing part of this is at least one reviewer seemed to view the presence of vertebrae as a mark of inferior quality, when in fact the less processed something is, generally the better it is for you. It is akin to saying a piece of fruit is "bad" because it has a blemish or something.3. A large percentage of the omega-3 in salmon is in or near the skin, because it is oily. Go to Crown Prince's web site and compare the nutritional information between the boneless skinless and not. If you are eating salmon for health reasons, you probably want to chop most of the skin up into your salmon salad (or whatever). Or order their boneless skinless sardines instead, sardines are oily throughout so removing the skin doesn't reduce the omega-3 as dramatically as it does with salmon.On the other hand, if you really don't want bones and skin....well, order the kind without them, or at least don't blame Crown Prince for your mistake, it's not their fault Amazon lists all 3 types of their salmon on the same page.5A perfect addition to my pantryA perfect addition to my pantry... I've been getting canned tuna delievered every month (subscribe & save) and I got bored with the taste + dry texture of canned tuna and decided to try out canned salmone to jazz up my omega-3 intake... It was a good decision, I should say!It is wild caught pink salome from Canada.. Low in sodium, contains 6g of omega-3 in can, Non GMO verified, and certified sustainable seafood.. It is 7.5oz can - which is huge too - perfect for 2.. I couldn't finish it all by myself.. The meat is so soft and not fishy at all!! Makes perfect salmon salad or as a salad topping.. It makes awesome pasta too.. Perfect for quick lunch fix!I was very satisfied with this product and added this to my subscribe & save basket along with canned tuna..5Crown Prince Natural Pink Salmon - Low in...I was SO PLEASANTLY surprised by the SUPERIOR quality of this product !!! The fish tastes freshly caught, and I give the bits of skin on it to my cats (not much) and mash-in the soft bones with the fish in a bowl, use some dill for flavoring and a bit of light mayo and, just with my fork, I can make up a batch of salmon pate which tastes lie restaurant quality!! The bones are so soft as to be not noticeable, but add a great amount of calcium to my diet. The pate takes about five minutes to make, and it tastes great to people who enjoy salmon dishes at restaurants, too! I made some for a dinner I had and my guests enjoyed it very much, not suspecting it came from cans. Not expensive for lovers of GOOD SALMON, and it is so handy to have in my pantry for unexpected guests or a quick and delicious pate with crackers. A WINNER which II WILL be ordering again.5
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