Anchorage, Alaska-based Bambino’s Baby Food drew on Native tradition to produce its new Alaska Sockeye Salmon Strips, which are designed to soothe pain from teething while providing high levels of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins like A, B-12, D and E.

“I’m honored to share Alaska Native traditions with families across the U.S. with our wild-caught, omega-rich sustainable Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Strips that promote brain function, soothe gums while teething, and provide a fun, healthy anytime snack,” said Zoi Maroudas, president and founder of Bambino’s Baby Food.

Maroudas, who was born in Greece, added that the fish strips are also inspired by the heart healthy Mediterranean diet.

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Brian Hagenbuch is National Fisherman's products editor, a contributing editor to SeafoodSource and a Bristol Bay fisherman. He is based in Seattle.

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