Hoki

MACRURONUS NOVAEZELANDIAE

Hoki

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  • Lengths available 60–100cm Reaching 130cm
  • Weights available 0.5–3.5kg
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Delicate and succulent; no pin bones and flakes easily.

Dark purple-blue along the back, shading to paler iridescent blue on the upper side and mirror-like silver below. Long, thin body with a tapering tail. Belongs to Merucciidae family (hakes). One of New Zealand’s most important commercial deepwater species.  Caught by trawling. Most common off the South Island on the Chatham rise, Campbell Plateau and in Cook Strait. Most abundant between 300 to 600 metres.

Nutritional Information

  • Energy 306.8kj
  • Protein 15.2g
  • Total Fat 1.2g
  • Sodium 53mg
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Nutritional Information

Amounts (per 100g raw fillets)

Energy
306.8kj
Protein
15.2g
Total Fat
1.2g
Saturated Fat
0.2g
Cholesterol
0.3g
Sugar
0.3g
Sodium
53mg

Catch Methods

  • trawl Trawl

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Seasonal Availability

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Available
 
Out of season

Product Specifications

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    Chilled

    Skin on and Skin off:

    Run of catch.

    5kg (11.02lbs) or 10kg (22.04lbs) per poly box.

    Headed and gutted:

    Run of catch.

    12kg (26.45lbs) per poly box.

    Keep well chilled 0°C (32°F).

    Product received whole should have fillets removed to retain fillet quality and shelf life.

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    Frozen

    Fillets and Skin on:

    Skinless/boneless. Run of catch.

    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.