For those who find salmon a bit too strong in flavor - and trout a bit too mild - the Arctic Char is a fish not to be missed. Farm-raised in the icy waters off of Iceland, the char is in fact a member of the salmon family, but should be prepared as you would trout: pan fried, grilled, baked, or even poached. It's distinct yet mild flavor is unique, yet its firmer texture offers a flake that is finer than salmon or trout. It's healthy fat content lends itself to keeping it nice and moist no matter how you prepare it. A great fish for those who enjoy seafood but not an overpowering taste, and easy to prepare and enjoy simply.



“This was my first experience with Arctic Char, and WOW…AMAZING! Absolutely tasted like I caught it myself that morning!”

–Paco, Colorado

Storage: In Refrigerator for 2-4 days with gel packs in a soft zip up cooler bag is the best. Remove the fish from the packaging. Thoroughly rinse the fish in cold water. Pat it dry with a paper towel. Line a plate or pan with a double layer of paper towels and place the fish on the towels. Cover them tightly with plastic wrap or aluminum foil and place in the coldest part of the refrigerator, the top shelf in the back.Be sure the fish is tightly wrapped so that if there are any juices from the raw fish, they will not come in contact with any other food. In Freezer for up to 4 months if not cryovac sealed. If cryovac sealed, much longer.