Chinook salmon (farmed)

Farmed Chinook salmonKing salmonOncorhynchus tshawytschaChinook salmon is noteworthy because of its large size, unique texture and exceptional flavor. It is the biggest and rarest Pacific wild salmon.Whole G&G2-3 kg22 kg3-4 kg4-5 kg5-6 kg6-7 kg7-8 kgWhole G&G2-4 lb4-6 lb6-8 lb8-10 lb10-12 lb12-14 lb14-16 lb16-18 lb18-20 lb20+ lb35 lbNew Zealandyear-round Its orange-peach flesh color is characteristic of … Continued

Ocean trout (frozen)

Frozen Ocean troutOncorhynchus mykissOcean trout resembles salmon, with no major physical differences, and also has a similar taste. It is however distinguished by a predominantly pink iridescent band. Ocean trout is considered one of the most environmentally-safe fish to farm.Whole HOG2-3 kg20 kg3-4 kg4-5 kg5-6 kg6-7 kg7-8 kgFillets C, D1-2 lb35 lb2-3 lb3-4 lb4-5 lbChile, … Continued

Tilapia (frozen)

Frozen TilapiaOreochromis niloticusFarmed Tilapia, native to North Africa, is today one of the most popular farmed fish in the world. Very versatile, even its skin, incredibly soft, is edible. FilletsScales off, pin bones out or skin patch2-3 oz10 lb3-5 oz4-6 oz5-7 oz7-9 v9-11 ozHonduras, Costa Rica, Colombiayear-round Its peachy flesh is very lean. It has … Continued

Albacore tuna (frozen)

Frozen Albacore tunaThunnus alalungaWild albacore tuna is distinguished by the freshness of its flesh, which is smooth and lighter than other tuna species. Its frozen at sea loins are perfectly suited for sushi and sashimi.LoinsMedium20 lbLargeCanada, United Statesyear-round Fishing technique: line caught. Its peachy-white flesh is slightly dry. It has a firm texture. Its taste, … Continued

Yellowfin tuna (frozen)

Frozen Yellowfin tunaThunnus albacaresWild Yellowfin tuna is highly coveted. It is also known as “Ahi”, which means “fire” in Hawaiian, due to the bright color of its flesh. Eaten fresh, it is delicious in sushi and sashimi.Whole H&G1, 2+, 2G, 2U-30 lb100 lb30-39 lb40-49 lb50-59 lb60+ lbLoins3-5 lb100 lb5-8 lbworldwideyear-round Fishing technique: line caught. Its … Continued

Atlantic salmon (frozen)

Frozen Atlantic salmonSalmo salarAtlantic salmon is the most commonly farmed species. It is first raised on land in freshwater tanks, then transferred to floating sea cages or net pens. Atlantic salmon in distinguished by its silver skin and small black crosses. Whole HOGPremiumStandardUtility2-4 lb4-6 lb6-8 lb8-10 lb10-12 lb12-14 lb14-16 lb16-18 lb18-20 lb20+ lb60 lbWhole HOGPremiumStandardUtility1-2 … Continued

Coho salmon (frozen)

Frozen Coho salmonOncorhynchus kisutchFarmed Coho salmon is also known as “silver salmon” because of its flank and belly color. Fillets D1-2 lb35 lb2-3 lb3-4 lbChileyear-round Its orange flesh is fairly oily. Its texture is soft and quite firm. Its flavor is delicate and not as tasty as sockeye or king salmon. Rich in Omega-3 fatty … Continued

Sea scallop (frozen)

Frozen Sea scallopPlacopecten magellanicusSea scallop is shucked at sea to ensure its absolute freshness. Although it is fully edible, only the shell muscle is consumed.MeatDay boatU-8 pcs/lb20 lbU-10 pcs/lbU-12 pcs/lbU-15 pcs/lb10-20 pcs/lb20-30 pcs/lbCanada, United Statesyear-round Its creamy-white flesh is lean. It has a fleshy and melting texture. Its taste is slightly salty. Rich in vitamins … Continued

Sablefish (frozen)

Frozen SablefishBlack codAnoplopoma fimbriaWild sablefish is also known as “black cod” because of its dark skin. Though quite versatile, it does not, however, actually belong to the cod family. Whole H&G2-3 lb50 lb3-4 lb4-5 lb5-7 lb7-9 lb10+ lbCanada, United Statesyear-round Fishing technique: line caught. Its pearly-white flesh is oilier than Atlantic cod. It has a … Continued

Octopus – Baby octopus

Octopus – Baby octopusOctopusWild octopus and baby octopus are recognizable by their rounded heads and onger arms.WholeCleaned or uncleaned16/2520 lb24 lb25/40Thailand, Indonesiayear-round Raw, their flesh is translucent grey, cooked, an inimitable purplish-white. They are very lean. Their texture is very firm and fleshy. Well prepared, they are very tender. Their taste is subtle, but more … Continued