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Why is red salmon more expensive than pink salmon?

Asked: Mike A Philbrick, Last Updated:

A--Salmon, even the highly prized Chinook, or king salmon, can range in color from white to deep red. ... The darker the color, the better the flavor and firmer the flesh, which is why it is more expensive.

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