FAO 82 – New Zealand, Australia
Blue mackerel or English mackerel (Scomber australasicus) is referred to Scombrididae family. Until the mid-1980’s it was considered as a sub-species of Pacific mackerel (Scomber japonicus) and it was not differentiated into a separate species. Blue mackerel is larger than the Atlantic relatives, and its average commercial catch size accounts for more than 800 g. Blue mackerel is a low-fat fish, with fat content varying from 2-3% in November to 8,5-9% in June. Blue mackerel is considered an important commercial species in New Zealand and Australia.
Blockfrozen at sea, whole round – packed in cartons 2×11 kg
Blockfrozen at sea, headed, gutted, tail on / off – packed in cartons 2×11 kg
HG, blocks in carton – 300-600 / 600-900 / 900-1200 grams
WR, blocks in carton –300-600 / 600-900 / 900-1200 grams
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