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PATAGONIAN TOOTHFISH: H/G
The Patagonian toothfish or also known as Chilean sea bass is native from the southern oceans around Antarctica. It is a cold-water fish famous worldwide
for its fatty broad flaky flesh. It flesh contains a high level of Omega-3 fatty acids that are released when cooked.
Omega-3 fatty acids have become recognised for their health benefits. Issued from longline fishery in one of the most inhospitable islands in the world - known as Kerguelen and Crozet within French waters.
The fish is processed and thawed once brought onboard alive. It retains its freshness while preserving the smooth texture and unique taste of its flesh.
PRESENTATION / ASPECT : HGt - packed in cartons up to 5 kg - 15 kg - toped with wowen bags
CALIBRE / SIZE : from 1 kg up to 20 kg per piece 1-2 / 2-3 / 3-4 / 5-6 _ 6-8 / 8-10 / 10-15 / 15+
NOM SCIENTIFIQUE / SCIENTIFIC NAME : Dissostichus eleginoides
ORIGINE / ORIGIN : Caught with Longline. Frozen on board. TAAF.
COMPOSITION / INGREDIENTS : 100% fish
ALLERGENE(S) : Fish
CONSERVATION / KEEP : below -18°C
DLUO / BEST BEFORE : 2 years after freezing date
CONDITIONNEMENT : average weight from 15 K to 25 k.
INNER PACKAGING : sealed plastic bag with B&W sticker
OUTTER PACKAGING : white cardboard with B&W sticker
LOADING INSPECTION and REPORT : SGS, based in Réunion Island
MIN/MAX ORDER VOLUME : 1 container, 20 feet, 12/13 tons
AND HEALTH BENEFITS
Nutrition facts per 100 g
Teneur - 1,04 g
Calories (KCal) 84 - 0,02 g
Lipides - 0
Saturated - 0
Protein 13,8 g
Sodium 0,050 g
Despite all the care taken in the preparation and control of our products, the presence of bones, carapace or shell is nevertotally excluded.
Cook before consumption. Follow the storage and use instructions given on the label.
Frozen or deep-frozen product. Store at -18°c. never re-freeze a product that has been thawed.
The instructions for sorting, recovery and recyclability of packaging may vary locally. Please refer to the instructions in place locally.