Huon Salmon to Go Deli Bites
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Product review: Huon Salmon to Go Deli Bites

Huon, the well-known Tasmanian salmon producer, has launched a new line of ready-to-eat products called Salmon to Go.

Huon Salmon Bites

I bought a bag of Deli Bites, hot smoked natural flavour, which only contains salmon, salt and natural wood smoke. Other hot smoked options are blackened spice, lemon pepper and sweet chilli, and there is also a cold smoked one. The product’s selling point is convenience, as it can be easily added to pastas, salads or pizza, as suggested on the package. The bag contains 250g of salmon, which at $6 is significantly cheaper than other smoked salmon products. In my opinion, this is a clever way of using those bits and pieces that would perhaps otherwise end as food waste.

Huon Salmon Bites

This product is a great source of protein and healthy omega-3 fatty acids:

  • Protein: 26.3g
  • Fat 9.4g
    • saturated 2.1g
    • polyunsaturated 2.5g
      • omega-3 1.4g
        • EPA 441.8mg
        • DHA 639.2mg
      • omega-6 1.1g
    • monounsaturated 4.3g
    • trans 0.1g

Huon Salmon to Go Deli Bites are available in the refrigerated section of major supermarkets.

To learn more about this product visit Huon’s website.

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  • Kev

    Out of all the smoked salmon it’s by far the worst. After opening it I see why it’s In a non see through package. The salmon is off colour. It’s very oily and as a smoked salmon lover I thought it was terrible. Disappointed. Bin job.

    • Gaby Mora

      Sorry to hear you didn’t like the product, perhaps it would be more useful to provide feedback to the manufacturer.

  • FrankN

    We were on holidays in Tassie and purchased one pack at a local woollies.
    Before we got on the boat back, I purchased 9 packs in Devenport.
    Unfortunately, woollies in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne do not stock it.
    I am having withdrawal symptoms.
    Looks like I will need to do a direct purchase from Huon.
    PS Huon is now foreign owned :-((

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