Big Glory Bay Salmon Portions

OUR KING SALMON

NEW ZEALAND KING SALMON

Less than 1% of global salmon production is New Zealand King Salmon – also known as Chinook Salmon. This rare species is notoriously difficult to produce so most salmon consumed globally is Atlantic Salmon. King Salmon must be farmed with care in superior conditions with plenty of space to thrive and minimal handling.

Our Big Glory Bay King Salmon are sustainably ocean farmed in the pristine coastal waters of Big Glory Bay, in Stewart Island, located at the very bottom of New Zealand. The bay’s pure waters are constantly refreshed by cold currents, keeping the temperature at a chilly 12°C (54°F). That slows the salmon’s growth, giving it time to develop its distinctive rich, smooth flavour.

Whole King Salmon

ETHICAL CHOICE

Big Glory Bay’s isolation, and the purity of its waters, means our fish have always been disease and lice free. We have never had to treat our fish with antibiotics.

We have the credentials to prove our commitment to the wellbeing of our salmon and the sustainability of our environment. Our Big Glory Bay salmon farm is proudly Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certified. New Zealand King Salmon is also the first ocean-farmed salmon to achieve the ‘best choice’ green rating from the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch® programme.

Welcome to some of the best salmon in the world.

Big Glory Bay king salmon fillet with clear marbling

FROM FARM TO PLATE

OUR HATCHERIES

FEEDING

GROWING

HARVESTING

ON YOUR PLATE

SUPERIOR TASTE AND QUALITY

Consistently exceptional flavour and texture.

Baked King Salmon Fillet

Luxurious colour with decadent fat layering.

Raw King Salmon Side

Renowned for its rich flavour, melt-in-the-mouth texture, and clean finish.

Salmon Sashimi

Distinctive marbling, with a high oil content and a good source of Omega-3.

Pan Frying Salmon Portions

The choice of chefs around the world.

Chef Cutting Whole Salmon

Our Values

We’re proud of the pristine location of our Big Glory Bay salmon farm, and we’ve taken steps to protect it.

Salmon farmer on his way to work at Big Glory Bay at Stewart Island in New Zealand