our fish

haddock


Melanogrammus aeglefinus / Eglefin / Schellfisch / Eglefino / Пикша / 黑线鳕  /ハドック

Haddock mainly spawn between March and June, predominantly in the waters around central Norway, South West Iceland, and Georges Bank.

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Our fishing grounds

Our haddock catch comes from the North East Arctic, off the coast of Norway and Russia. Current stock levels are healthy, thanks to responsible management and strict regulation. 

Young haddock is abundant in FAO area 27, as since 2000 stock recruitment has equalled or exceeded the long-term average.

Fishing method

Haddock is caught with a bottom otter trawl (OTB).

Catch

The annual catch of the Barents Sea haddock has been as follows:
2000 | 69,000 MT
2001 |  90,000 MT
2002 | 115,000 MT
2003 | 139,000 MT
2004 | 158,000 MT
2005 | 159,000 MT
2006 | 153,000 MT
2007 | 162,000 MT
2008 | 156,000 MT
2009 | 200,000 MT
2010 | 249,000 MT
2011 | 310,000 MT
2012 | 316,000 MT
2013 | 194,000 MT
2014 | 178,000 MT
2015 | 195,000 MT
2016 | 233,000 MT
2017 | 228,000 MT
2018 | 202,000 MT TAC

Nutritional and packaging information

Composition of food per 100g edible portion

Energy
75 kcal (319 kJ)
Non saturated fatty acids
0.4 g
Fat
0.5 g
Protein
17.7 g
Saturated fat
0.1 g
Sodium
63 mg
Source: MATIS, Iceland

Haddock

Head and Gutted

Block Frozen Packed
1x25 kg or 3x10kg
Regular Grading
Grams - Under 800g | 500g-1kg | 800g+ | 1kg-2kg | 2kg-3kg
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