Greenland Halibut

Sweet, rich flavour that is similar to halibut. Dense texture. A healthy, low-fat source of protein that is high in omega-3 fatty acids.

when is best to eat?

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Year round.

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Sustainability Notes

Greenland Halibut populations are healthy and are harvested at sustainable rates; no overfishing is occurring. This fishery is being carefully monitored due to recent declines in the numbers of juvenile fish. Fishing is at recommended levels.

Capture Infoformation

(1) Caught by Longlines/Gillnets from Greenland West and South FAO21 (Atlantic North West).

(2) Caught by Longlines/Gillnets from North-east Arctic and Norwegian Sea ICES I+II North-east Arctic and Norwegian Sea.

(3) Caught by Longline/Trawl from Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands FAO77 (Pacific Centre).
Captured all year round

nutrition information

Servings1
Serving Weight100g (raw)
Calories188
Protein14.37 g
Fat, total13.84 g
Saturated fatty acids, total2.419 g
Carbohydrate0 g
Sugar, total0 g
Fibre, total dietary0 g
Cholesterol46 mg
Sodium80 mg

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