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Pakirikiri

Blue-Cod
  • Lengths available 30–40cm Reaching 60cm
  • Weights available 0.8–1.5kg Up to 3kg
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Medium-textured white flesh with a low oil content; suitable for most cooking methods.

Large males are more distinctly blue with greenish sides. Some females are mottled towards shades of green. Juveniles are white with broad band of brown along the side. Bottom-dwelling up to 150 metres. Mainly caught in winter (from April to September) around southern New Zealand and the Chatham Islands. They are also found in the Marlborough Sounds, Cook Strait and off Wanganui.

Nutritional Information

  • Energy 342kj
  • Protein 18.1g
  • Total fat 0.8g
  • Sodium 87mg
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Nutritional Information

Amounts (per 100g raw fillets)

Energy
342|kj
Protein
18.1|g
Total fat
0.8|g
Saturated fat
0.1|g
Cholesterol
0.3|g
Sugar
0.3|g
Sodium
87|g

Catch Methods

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Where we're fishing

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Seasonal Availability

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Out of season

Product Specifications

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    Chilled

    Skinless / boneless
    Run of catch. 5kg (11.02lbs) or 10kg (22.04lbs) per poly box.

    Chilled trunks
    Headed and gutted. Run of catch. 12kg (26.46lbs) per poly box.

    Keep well chilled 0°C (32°F). Product received whole should have fillets removed to retain fillet quality and shelf life.

Storage, handling & defrost recommendations

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    Frozen

    Frozen fillets
    Skinless / boneless. Shatter pack 10kg (22.04lbs) per carton.

    Best stored at –18°C (0°F) in supplied strapped cartons to avoid freezer burn /dehydration.

    Recommended cooking from frozen or semi frozen state.

    Grades Available
    600g–1kg
    1kg+