Chilean Seabass

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Chilean Seabass

Scientific Name:  Dissostichus Eleginoides

Origin:  Chile

Presentation:  HGT

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Chilean Seabass (Dissostichus Eleginoides) also known as Patagonian toothfish, Mero, Icefish and Antarctic Cod. Two of the most common names it goes by are Chilean seabass and Patagonian toothfish. It is a deep water species caught in southern ocean waters near and around Antarctica. The average weight of Chilean seabass or Patagonian toothfish can range from 15-20 lbs and some adults can grow above 100 lbs. It has high fat content, it’s flavor is rich and moist with large tender flakes.

Name: Chilean Seabass / Patagonian Toothfish
Scientific Name: Dissostichus Eleginoides
Origin: Chile
Presentation: HGT

Chile Origin:

HGT Sizes: 1-2, 2-3, 3-4, 4-6, 6-8, 8-10, 10+ kg
Season: February to May, September to November
Freezing Methods: IQF
Packing: Packed in cartons

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