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Dissostichus eleginoides

Patagonian toothfish

Common name: Chilean sea bass

Wild patagonian toothfish is also known as the "chilean sea bass" and called the "white gold" of the southern seas. A rare and precious fish, its consumption is very recent and only goes back to the 1990s. Patagonian toothfish is very popular because of its unique flesh, an exceptional culinary adventure. It is one of the species with the highest commercial value.

treatment Size Box
Whole H&G

4-6 kg
6-8 kg
8-10 kg
10-12 kg
12-15 kg
32 kg
ORIGIN: Chile, Australia, New Zealand
  • Fishing technique: line caught.
  • Its white flesh is very oily.
  • It has a flaky and melting, but incredibly rich texture. Its taste is buttery and pure, punctuated by almond aromas.
  • Rich in B6 vitamins, as well as in phosphorus.

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