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Smoked Whitefish Salad

Acme Smoked Fish

$7.65 $8.99

8 oz

This salad is prepared to perfection using the ideal blend of smoked whitefish and quality ingredients to produce one of Acme and Blue Hill Bay's most popular items. This smoked salad is hailed by food enthusiasts and traditionalists as ideal for entertaining, snacking, or meal preparation. Schmear on a bagel; scoop up with crackers; make sophisticated tea sandwiches with Nine Mixed Grain Bread (no crusts of course) and cucumbers.

Acme Smoked Fish

Brooklyn, NY

Acme Smoked Fish Corporation is dedicated to producing the highest quality smoked seafood items. Through continued membership in professional organizations and close work with leading academic institutions, Acme maintains their processes and procedures over and above industry standards. While incorporating new technologies, Acme also adheres to their well established traditions of sourcing only the finest fish available and never using artificial colors or flavors to mask defects, as well as smoking their fish one batch at a time using only natural smoke generated in the smokehouses from burning a blend of real fruit wood chips and never using liquid smoke or other smoke flavors. We buy specifically Blue Hill Bay fish from Acme. Blue Hill Bay is a branch of Acme founded in 2000 and operating out of Brooklyn that focuses on wild caught fish, smoked by the same traditional, natural hardwood smoking practices on which Acme prides itself. This means you are getting the best local smoking from experts in the field, and also the most sustainably caught, highest quality, and nutritional fish possible.

Keep refrigerated at or below 38°; do not freeze. Consume by date on tub, and within 5 days of opening.

Smoked Whitefish (Whitefish and/or Whiting, Salt, and Natural Hardwood Smoke), Mayonnaise (Soybean Oil [or Cottonseed Oil during Passover], Water, Salted Egg Yolks, Vinegar, Sugar, Potassium Sorbate, Xanthan Gum and EDTA [preservative]), Less Than 1/10 of 1% Potassium Sorbate (preservative) and Nisin Contains: Egg, Fish May Contain Bones