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Salmon - Sashimi Grade Canadian 7 oz Saku Loin
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Model: Salmon - Sashimi Grade Canadian 7 oz Saku Loin
Salmon - Atlantic Canadian 7 oz Fresh Skinless Saku Loin Sashimi GradeCut Same Day As The Order From 12/14 Salmon to Maintain High Fat Content and Freshness‘Saku’ is the Japanese term to describe a uniformly cut block of skinless, boneless seafood, ready for slicing into perfect sashimi portion..
$8.00
Model: Hamachi Frozen 6-7 oz Portions
Hamachi Japanese Frozen 6-7 oz Portions*Some portions may haves bones from the belly that you can easily cut off*Origin:  JapanFish Facts: Hamachi, also known as Japanese Amberjack or Yellowtail, is a species native to the Northwest Pacific from the waters of Japan to Hawaii. Amberjack is ..
$17.00
Model: Tuna Yellowfin 6oz
Tuna Ahi Fresh Center Cut 6 oz portionsSashimi GradeCut Same Day Of OrderOrigin: Western Pacific OceanFish Facts: Ahi is the Hawaiian name for Yellowfin Tuna. Wild caught using longline catching methods in the Pacific Ocean, Yellowfin tuna is among the larger tuna species, reaching weights over..
$12.00
Model: Cod Cheeks - 1 lb pack
Cod Cheeks - Wild Frozen 1lbOrigin: Iceland Taste and Cooking: Known to be meatier, denser, and oiler than the fillet, Cod Cheeks are a delicacy often overlooked. This dynamic muscle gives off a mild fish flavor with a sweet finish like crab or scallops. Common methods of preparation include p..
$22.00
Model: Cod Tongue - Frozen 1lb pack
Cod Tongue - Wild Canadian 1lbOrigin: NewfoundlandTaste and Cooking: Known to be meatier, denser, and oiler than the fillet, Cod Tongues are a delicacy often overlooked. This dynamic muscle gives off a mild fish flavor with a sweet finish like crab or scallops. Cod tongues, however, when compared..
$14.00
Model: Mackerel Boston Blue Wild. Wh (2 pcs) 0.7-1 lbs
Boston Blue Mackerel Whole 0.5-1 lbs per pieceOrigin: Boston, MassachusettsFish Facts: Wild caught off the coast of Boston using gill nets, these fish typically travel in shoals at a depth of 200 m.  Mackerel is one of the highest ranked fish in terms of omega-3 content. Just 3 ounces of co..
$10.95
Model: Mackerel - Shime Saba Marinated (S) 110 gm
Mackerel - Shime Saba Marinated 110 gmFrozen Vacuum PackedOrigin: Product of JapanFish Facts: Shime Saba, in other words, is Japanese cured Mackerel. Shimeru in Japanese translates the firming up of flesh and Saba translates to Mackerel. This dish is especially sought after in the Autumn and Wint..
$6.00
Model: Sardines - Large Frozen - 750 gm
Sardines -  Large Portuguese Wild - 750 gm PkgFrozen, WholeOrigins: PortugalFish Facts: Wild caught from Portugal using the long line method, these small delicacies belong to the herring family. The term “sardine” was coined in the early 15th century and may have come from the island of Sa..
$7.50
Model: Anchovy white Fillets (Pack of 2) 100gm
Marinated White Anchovy Fillets in Oil - 100 gmAnchovy White FilletsOrigin: Sicily, ItalyFish Facts: Fresh caught anchovies which are gutted, brined, and packed in vinegar. This snack is also known as Boquerones, an appetizer/tapas found in Spain. Anchovies are part of the herring family and is cons..
$17.95
Model: Arctic Char Cdn Fresh Fillet 10-15 oz
Arctic Char - Canadian Fillet 10-15 ozOrigin: Erin, OntarioFish Facts: Arctic Char is considered a member of the Salmonid family, although similar in appearance to salmon, the flesh is lighter in color and the fish do not grow as large. When farming Arctic Char, farmers must keep their cages sto..
$13.95
Model: Arctic Char Cdn (Vac Pac) 2x10-15oz
Arctic Char portion 2 x 10-15 oz in Vacuum Sealed bagOrigin: Erin, OntarioFish Facts: Arctic Char is considered a member of the Salmonid family, although similar in appearance to salmon, the flesh is lighter in color and the fish do not grow as large. When farming Arctic Char, farmers must..
$28.90
Model: Arctic Char Cdn Whole 1.9-2.5 lbs
Arctic Char - Canadian Whole 1.9-2.5 lbsOrigin: Erin, OntarioFish Facts: Arctic Char is considered a member of the Salmonid family, although similar in appearance to salmon, the flesh is lighter in color and the fish do not grow as large. When farming Arctic Char, farmers must keep their c..
$24.50
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