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A product with its own history that travels thousands of kilometers without losing its natural taste thanks to our process and know-how. A frozen product from the point of origin to destination. Quality, sustainability and agility transport are the main values that represent our product and service. We offer a wide range of frozen fish, specialized in 8 main species.
These are the species we market: tuna -20ºC and -60ºC (yellowfin, skipjack, big eye), bonito (sarda sarda, sarda orientalis), cod (gadus morhua, gadus macrocephalus), haddock, alaska pollock, redfish, mackerel (scomber scombrus, scomber japonicus), swordfish, blue shark, shortfin, octopus, squid, cuttlefish, halibut, ling and sardine.
Tuna is one of the world’s most consumed fish species. This product is widely distributed throughout the Atlantic, Mediterranean, Pacific and Indian Oceans, being Japan its main destination. Speedy fish that can reach 70km/h.
This voracious fish, feeds on other fishes such as mackerel, anchovy and sardines. In addition to its enviable sense of orientation, this species has an excellent body temperature regulatory capacity that allows it to reach 15ºC above sea temperature.
It lives in cold and temperate waters of the north of Spain. This predator feeds on fish and other species, usually found in marine sandbanks and mud. Despite their egg laying capacity, only a few babies survive, nourishing other fishes.
Being able to weigh 100kg, it is really sought-after for its meat and liver oil. This species was really important in Europe as its high salt content, makes it easier to conservate and transport.
Mackerel is one of the tastiest and healthiest fish due to its high content in vitamins and proteins. Being abundant throughout the year in different species, this family is especially generous and rich during the spring season.
This big predator usually moves in groups, and may even accompany other species such as the sardine, in the cold waters of the Atlantic that likes to inhabit. Generally, is fished with purse seines, hooks, gill nets and trawls.
This species is mainly found in the Atlantic shores and very characteristic for its dark-coloured lateral stripe, popularly known as the devil’s footprint.
It usually inhabits in 40m depths but can be found up to 300m. Haddock is one of the most used fish to prepare the famous fish and chips.
Belongs to the family of white fishes and despite being fundamentally native of the Atlantic Ocean, it can be commonly found in the Mediterranean Sea. Unknown for the general public, is a very good fish for gastronomy.
Brightly colored, its body is marked with nine red lines and three blue ones. Is a very territorial fish and usually measures between 20 and 40cm.
This fish has many similarities to codfish. However, we can distinguish thanx to its elongated shape and thinner head. Another remarkable difference is its colour, being particularly striking the white line that runs along its two loins longitudinally.
Despite having an exquisite taste, one of the advantages of this product is that is generally cheaper than codfish.
Halibut fish is an in-house of north and eastern Atlantic Ocean, known for being rich in meat and poor in fat. The lack of fish bones makes it undoubtably, friendly to eat.
An interesting fact is that this fish is born with one eye on each side of the head, but as an adult, one eye changes side, ending up with two eyes on the same side, in order to see its preys on sandbanks. Incredible right?
Undoubtedly one of the most common fish in our diet and widely confused with the emperor, Xiphias gladius, or swordfish, is perfectly recognizable by its long, flat and pointed bill. Honouring his nickname, he uses it to hunt and defend himself.
This fish, very present in temperate and tropical waters, can reach 4m long. An interesting curiosity is that females reach larger sizes than males.