Friday, March 14, 2014

Yahmon Salmon Inc., Miami, Fla: Hot Smoked & Spicy

Miami, Fla.—Smoked salmon is delicious and good for you. It is especially good if Yahmon Salmon has made it. “I’m feeding this to my child. There are no preservatives,” said Jamaican born Anna Sasso, owner of Yahmon Salmon Inc., at a recent interview during the 17th Annual Americas Food & Beverage Show in Miami Beach, Florida. 

Anna Sasso owner of Yahmon Salmon Inc, hot smoked spicy salmon,
17th Americas Food & Beverage Show, Miami, Fla.
Copyright 2014 by Helen A Lockey
Her dedication to safe food goes further, “There is a cold smoke method but the fish never reaches 145 degrees so if there is bacteria they survive. I hot smoke mine. I bring it to 145 degrees Fahrenheit so everything is killed off,” said Sasso with a knowing smile.

She does not sell at farmers markets or green markets. “It’s got to stay cold,” and it can’t stay at the right temperature at an open-air market according to Sasso.

She also cares about the freshness of her ingredients. So she grows her own scotch bonnet peppers using organic growing methods. 

She has been in business for almost four years. Her products are so popular that they are being sold at Miami ABC liquor stores.

Her smoked salmon comes in three seasonings: original cracked pepper, spicy Caribbean jerk, and blackened Cajun. She also sells a selection of Kosher Parve salmon.

They are open from 8 am to 4 pm Mon to Thurs, and 8 am to 12 noon on Fridays.

You can call 305-252-9507 or email

Or you can go to their website

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