Mild, nutty flavor and meaty texture


Richest in omega-3’s with B12 and many other


The rainbow skin crisps up nicely when seared


Practical alternative to Salmon and other fish


No antibiotics, hormones, additives or colorants


Free of mercury, PCBs and contaminants

fresh Trout

Sourced from the fresh glacier waters of the Himalayas and directly presented to your table

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Why rainbow Trout?

Low Mercury

Rainbow Trout is the sustainable, low mercury fish labelled a “best choice” by the EPA and FDA. This colourful patterned fish is a member of the salmon family and is one of the healthiest fishes you can include in your diet. Plus, it’s an excellent alternative to the often-overfished salmon.

General Well being

Fish oil pills provide omega-3s but do not guarantee absorption nor does it provide protein and other vitamins Rainbow trout tastes delicious and is simple to prepare, even for those who shy away from cooking fish. The lean fish has a milder “fishy” taste and can be served hot or cold. No matter how you prepare it just make sure you enjoy two servings of fish per week, your heart and your health will thank you for it.

Vitamins and Minerals

Nutrient-dense trout is also packed with B6, B12, vitamin D, Iron, Niacin, Potassium, Selenium, and Thiamin. Our bodies use B vitamins to convert the food we eat into energy we can use. About two ounces of trout contains 77 percent of the recommended daily intake of B12. Vitamin B12 helps keep the body’s nerve and blood cells healthy, and is known to boost mood, energy, and concentration.​

Omega 3

Federal dietary guidelines recommend that women get an average of 250 milligrams of omega-3s per day. The two most beneficial Omega-3s to know are EPA and DHA. EPA supports the heart, immune system, and inflammatory response. While, DHA supports the brain, eye and central nervous system. ​

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Better Heart

Rainbow trout has also been found to help maintain a healthy heart and reduce the risk of heart disease for adults ages 18 – 65. With 1 in 4 deaths caused by heart disease, eating fish twice a week, as recommended by the American Heart Association, is a simple and effective step towards a healthier life.​

Rich source of protein

Trout is a great source of protein with three-ounces containing about 19 grams. It also has one of the richest omega-3s content of all fish. This is especially important because omega-3s are an essential fatty acid that our bodies cannot produce – meaning we must get these nutrients from the foods we eat. Omega-3s are often discussed but rarely explained. . Omega-3s also provide calories to give our bodies energy and have many functions in our heart, brain, lungs, blood vessels and immune system.

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