Keta, or chum, is the underdog of the 5 wild salmon species, usually saved for dips or chowders. However, this hella-local run is caught with reefnets by the Lummi Island guys for ultra gentle capture then live bled onboard before ice slurry, lifting keta into an attention-deserving center plate status at a great value. Fattier than sockeye and mild, with a slightly softer flake. A lovely fish with a lovely price tag. Product is caught and processed in Washington, skin-on, boneless. Each portion is 5-7oz.