What is TRUFRESH®?
TRUFRESH® technology was developed to preserve the cellular structure of all meats and works especially well on fish and seafood that are normally known for their poor conventional freezing qualities. The TRUFRESH® method produces the quality of fresh with the safety and convenience of frozen.
Where does your Salmon come from?
TRUFRESH® frozen Salmon comes from the cold, clean waters of Northern Norway (Nordland) approximately 300 nautical miles north of the Arctic Circle. This area of Norway is known for its pure waters and is an excellent area for the Salmon to grown and thrive in.
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Why does TRUFRESH® Salmon look “freezer burned”?
TRUFRESH® salmon DOES look different than conventionally frozen fish because it IS different than conventionally frozen fish, its better! The white “freezer burned” look that you see are the natural proteins of the salmon that are on the surface of the fish being frozen. Think of its color as a trademark of any Salmon being frozen by our process. Look for it and know it for the quality that comes with it. When your TRUFRESH® Salmon products thaw they will look just like fresh. Watch it bloom!
How long can I keep my TRUFRESH® frozen product in my home freezer?
All TRUFRESH® frozen products are stored in a –20 degree Fahrenheit storage facility before shipment. Most home frost-free freezers have a defrost cycle that we have verified may sometimes reach +40 degrees Fahrenheit! This above freezing temperature cycling is what keeps your freezer frost-free but is also what costs shelf life of certain products and also what increases the risk of freezer burn. We recommend keeping your TRUFRESH® frozen product in the original shipment container until you are ready to use the product. We recommend that the max shelf life in a frost-free freezer be kept to no more than one month. After which the frequent temperature cycling may damage and negate the TRUFRESH® freezing benefit and the product WILL taste different, as it has been technically conventionally refrozen. We highly recommend the use of a chest or upright freezer that is not frost-free.