Sander lucioperca; wild caught: FAO 27, Western Baltic Sea

Sander, with its tenderly and lean fillet, is successfully breeded, because it is one of the most demanded and economically significant fresh water fish. Our Sander is a product of the german Baltic Sea!

Salmon – Salmo Salar; aquaculture Norway

Wild Salmon is extremely rare, that is why farm fish from Norway, Scotland and Ireland are mainly traded here. Salmons are anadromous migrating fish. They use rivers and streams (freshwater) to spawn. After that they return to the ocean (saltwater). The breeder simulate this life cycle of the young. They grow them in fresh water and after one year they´re relocated to sea water.

monkfish Lophius pescatorius; wild caught FAO 27 North-East-Atlantic Norwegian Sea

The monkfish, who lures its prey with its dorsal fin, is a delicacy. The soft skin of the monkfish has no scales, but a range of knobs and protuberances. It reaches a weight up to 40 kg, but only reaches a length of two metre. The white cheek – and caudalfillet is very solid and most popular.

Gilthead rosé – Sparus caereleosticus; Aquaculture Greece

Our gilthead rosé belongs to the family of the seabream, which is very popular for taste of the meat.

The fresh taste of the gilthead is as various as the appearance. Since the antiquity, the gilthead freshly made, is considered to be a delicate speciality. It is the typical fish of the Mediterranean Sea, but is also found in the Atlantic Ocean. The fish, which we tend to serve fried or grilled over here, stems mostly from aquacultures. Thats how stocks are saved efficient and economic, similar to the salmon hatchery. The fresh gilthead, with its tender taste and recognizable condiment, became a significant economic component of the fish farming. Aquacultures tend to breed the species of fish, that enjoy great popularity in vacation areas around the coast.

 

Saithe pollachius virens; wild caught; FAO North-East-Atlantic Norwegian Sea

The North Atlantic is the main habitat of the saithe. There it swims in the area around Iceland, Norway and the North Sea and is also located around Great Britain. It is a close relative of the cod. Because of its greyish dark fillet, it wasnt that demanded in former times. Beside Norway and France, the Faroe Islands, Great Britain and Germany belong to the most important suppliers.