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Wild

Ocyurus chrysurus
Lutjanus campechanus
Lutjanus synagris
Pagrus auratus
Centroberyx affinis
Lutjanus griseus
Lutjanus jahni
Lutjanus analis
Rhomboplites aurorubens

Snappers

Common name: Yellowtail, American red, Lane, New-Zealand pink, New-Zealand red, Mangrove, John’s, Mutton, Vermillon

There are more than 200 species in the snapper family. There is no doubt that the red snapper is the most popular.

treatment Size Box
Whole HOG
Yellowtail
U-0.5 lb
0.5-1 lb
0.75-1 lb
1-2 lb
2-4 lb
50 lb
Whole HOG
American red
U-0.5 lb
0.5-1 lb
0.75-1 lb
1-2 lb
2-4 lb
50 lb
Whole HOG
Lane
1-2 lb
2-4 lb
4-6 lb
6-8 lb
8-10 lb
10+ lb
50 lb
Whole HOG
New-Zealand pink
1-2 kg
2-3 kg
22 kg
Whole HOG
New-Zealand red
1-2 kg
2-3 kg
22 kg
Whole HOG
Mangrove
1-2 lb
2-4 lb
4-6 lb
6-8 lb
8-10 lb
10+ lb
50 lb
Whole HOG
John's
1-2 lb
2-4 lb
4-6 lb
6-8 lb
8-10 lb
10+ lb
50 lb
Whole HOG
Mutton
1-2 lb
2-4 lb
4-6 lb
6-8 lb
8-10 lb
10+ lb
50 lb
Whole HOG
Vermillon
1-2 lb
2-4 lb
4-6 lb
6-8 lb
8-10 lb
10+ lb
50 lb
ORIGIN: Mexico, New Zealand
AVAILABILITY: year-round
  • Their very white flesh is lean and bony.
  • They have a fine and semi-firm texture; well-defined and elongated flakes.
  • Their particular flavor reveals a nutty taste and is punctuated by delicate salty aromas.
  • Rich in vitamins B6, B12 and D, as well as in phosphorus and selenium.

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