FAO 67– Canada, FAO 77 – United States, Mexico
Pacific hake (Merluccius productus) is one of the family members of the codfish family genus Merluccidae. In contrast to related species such as pollock and cod, it has two dorsal and one anal fin. It is found in the northeast Pacific Ocean and is most common in the Pacific waters of California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia.
Types of products
IQF (Individually Quick Frozen), HG (headed, gutted), HGT (headed, gutted, tail off), interleaved, or blockfrozen, packed in 10, 15, 20 kg cardboard boxes
Blockfrozen, HG (headed gutted), HGT (headed, gutted, tail-off) packed in 10, 15, 20 kg cardboard boxes
IQF, HG or HGT, IQF – 100-200, 150-300, 200-400, 300-500, 500+ grams
Blockfrozen, HG or HGT, laid -100-200, 150-300, 200-400, 300-500, 500+ grams