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Cut Back on Sodium—Not on Flavor

If you’re watching your sodium intake, our two new salmon products have you covered. They’re every bit as flavorful as our regular offerings, but with less sodium. Choose from a classic can or a convenient pouch—either way, you’re getting all the goodness of pink salmon.

If you’re watching your sodium intake, our two new salmon products have you covered. They’re every bit as flavorful as our regular offerings, but with less sodium. Choose from a classic can or a convenient pouch—either way, you’re getting all the goodness of pink salmon.

There’s no wrong way to eat salmon, but we’re partial to these three brand-new recipes. All of them were specially designed to be packed with flavor and lower in sodium, so you can truly have it all.

Salmon and Hummus on Cucumber

Homemade hummus is super easy, not to mention fresher and more affordable than anything you can get at the grocery store. Whip up a batch, spread it on cucumber slices, top with salmon, and voilà: You’ve got a delicious, protein-packed snack that just so happens to be lower in sodium.

Salmon Breakfast Scramble

Whether you’re hosting brunch or trying to break out of a boring breakfast rut, you can’t go wrong with fluffy scrambled eggs and salmon. Our 25% reduced sodium salmon brings all the rich flavor you could ask for, but with a fraction of the sodium you find in lox or smoked salmon. This dish is equally delicious dressed up with fresh bagels and a sprinkle of chives or wrapped in a tortilla and eaten on the go.

Salmon Southwest Salad

If you crave something more substantial than a typical salad for lunch, give this one a try. It’s loaded with salmon, black beans, corn, and avocado, which means it has more than enough protein, fiber, and healthy fats to help keep you full until dinner. Fresh cilantro, lime wedges, and a delicious balsamic dressing with garlic and cumin add tons of flavor while keeping an eye on sodium.

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