our fish

pacific CHUB

mackErel

Scomber japonicus / Maquereau espagnol / Spanische Makrele / Lanzardo / Скумбрия тихоокеанская / 太平洋鲭鱼 / マサバ

Pacific chub mackerel is widely fished for human consumption. It is found abundantly in the northwestern, southeastern, and northeastern Pacific. Pacific mackerel spawns on average of about 100,000 to 400,000 eggs during breeding season.    

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Our fishing grounds

We catch our Pacific chub mackerel in the South Kuril Islands, all year-round, FAO area 61.

Fishing method

Pacific chub mackerelis caught with mid-water pelagic trawl (OTM).

Catch

Annual catch of Pacific chub mackerel has been as follows: 
2010 | 1,326,378 MT
2011 | 1,309,141 MT
2012 | 1,269,642 MT
2013 | 1,259,861 MT
2014 | 1,397,453 MT
2015 | 1,484,780 MT
2016 | 1,598,950 MT

Nutritional and packaging information

Composition of food per 100g edible portion

Water
61,4 g
Total lipid (fat)
17 g
Calories
209 kcal
Omega 3
2 mg
Protein
14 g

Pacific chub mackerel

WR

Block frozen packed
2x10 kg or 2x11 kg
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