Yes, wild salmon oil contains an inherent form of Vitamin E. Because our oil is sourced from the wild, the vitamin E content can vary: typically it ranges within 125 – 175 ppm (mg/kg), which is equivalent to approximately 115 – 160 IU per kg. This is measured as the alpha Tocopherols equivalent, which is the dominant Tocopherols, but it includes some delta and gamma Tocopherols as well.

From time to time we add minor amounts of Tocopherols to the content in order to cover situations where Mother Nature comes out on the low end.