Wild salmon is an important symbol of Alaska. Governor Bill Walker has issued a law according to which on August 10 is celebrated the Day of the salmon.
"Almost all Alaskan residents are connected to salmon to some extent," said Governor Walker at the annual fish festival in the state capital Juno. "We are proud of our way of life, and the new law expresses our gratitude to the wild salmon of Alaska."
The cold, clear waters of Alaska are the natural habitat for five species of wild salmon: king salmon, sockeye, coho, keta and pink salmon
The Ukrainian market wild Alaska salmon comes in frozen form. Frozen fish and seafood is often superior to fresh produce: the modern processing of the court to freeze the fish after a few hours after harvest, while maintaining the beneficial properties of fish, excellent taste and texture of meat.