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We’re proud to offer Atlantic Cod that’s praised by food professionals and private gourmands alike for its unparalleled flavor and freshness. Delight your customers and guests with premium cod all year round.
Our Atlantic Cod is raised in a natural environment, yet we’re able to harvest and process the fish much faster than wild-caught stock. Bred to perfection, this Cod also has a firmer texture than conventional Cod. Its white and even-looking meat offers a clean and delicate flavor. And since we don’t use hooks or invasive nets to catch the fish, we vastly reduce the risk of skin abrasions.
The eggs, also known as roe, come from our stock of mature females. Our broodstock is currently in its 6th generation.
The eggs hatch within
The tiny fry is given a live feed of larvae within a week. When their size reaches 2-3 grams, they can safely be moved to larger tanks.
Growth starts to pick up in this last phase before the fish is moved to the sea habitat.
The cod matures and reaches its full size of apporximately 4 kilograms. The period varies with the fluctuations in water temperature.
Cod is rich in vitamins, including Vitamin A, which strengthens the immune system and contributes to good eye health. It also promotes normal growth as well as skeletal, reproductive, and fetal development.
Cod is a good source of iodine that helps ensure proper thyroid function. This is essential for the body’s ability to regulate the metabolism.
Proteins are part of your body’s vital building blocks. They are made of essential and non-essential amino acids, which the body cannot produce on its own. Luckily, cod is an excellent source of these all-important nutrients.
There are many health benefits to a regular intake of selenium. The mineral acts as a powerful antioxidant, may reduce the risk of certain cancers and heart disease while boosting the immune system.
Omega 3 is good for blood circulation and is known to boost concentration levels and your general mood. One serving of cod (150g) is enough to meet the recommended daily intake.
Vitamin B12 is a natural nutrient in cod. B12 is essential to the body’s production of red blood cells, its formation of genetic material, and for proper function of the nervous system.