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Sitka Salmon Shares Giveback Campaign


For the month of May (5/1/19 - 5/31/19), when you purchase a CSF (Community Supported Fishery) share from Sitka Salmon Shares, you will also be giving back to your local Slow Food Chicago chapter. Use the code below to get $25-off any 2019 CSF share, and Sitka Salmon Shares will in turn donate $25 to Slow Food Chicago. Since 2011, Salmon Shares has provided fish lovers the absolute best in sustainable wild Alaskan seafood (salmon, halibut, spot prawns, and more) through a boat-to-doorstep share program, farmers markets, and more.

Need more reasons to join? We’ve got 10!

  • Wild: Sourced from pristine waters in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. They're really fishing.

  • Sustainable: Caught using sustainable harvest practices, in compliance with fisheries management, to minimize negative ecological impact and maximize ocean stewardship.

  • Premium: Hand harvested, processed, and flash frozen (-60 degrees) according to careful quality handling standards.

  • Traceable: All Sitka Salmon Shares fish is from boat to doorstep, guaranteed.

  • Community-based: Owned by a community of sustainably minded, small-scale family fisherman. Supported by a community of "evolved" eaters and environmentalists.

  • Just: As an efficient and fully-integrated fishery, fisherman generally retain 10-30% more of the value of their harvest. 

  • Convenient: Home delivered direct to your door!

  • Conscious: 1% of revenue donated back to "the wild" and carbon emissions offset by purchases.

  • Value-added: Custom content including newsletters, blogs, calendars, videos, and more! Plus, member-only contests to win trips to Sitka, Alaska!

  • Delicious: Why writers at Bon Appetit say they're a "Best Way to Buy Sustainable Seafood."

Use code SFC19 at checkout and enjoy your seafood shares! Offer valid 5/1/19 - 5/31/19.

Proceeds from this campaign will support travel scholarships for Chicago community members to attend Slow Food Nations an international food festival for farmers, foodies and families hosted in Denver, CO.

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