“Mushroom” pollock fillet

Excellent fish, mushrooms and cheese – a dream combination!

Do you love the taste of cheese combined with our tender pollock fillet and fine mushrooms? Then our “mushroom” fish fillet is right for you. It is especially delicious with parsley potatoes and our fresh dill and lime sauce!

Nutritional information

100g portion
Calorie values ​​(kJ) 593 3290
Calorie values ​​(kcal) 142 786
Fat (g) 7,8 43,4
of which saturated fatty acids (g) 1,5 8,2
Carbohydrates (g) 10,0 55,4
of which sugar (g) 1,5 8,2
Protein (g) 7,1 39,3
Salt (g) 1,00 5,5

Allergens

Gluten-containing grain Wheat
Eggs and egg products
Fish and fish products
Soy and soy products
Celery and celery products

What fish does it contain?

Pollock

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Did you know that pollock, which is called “ocean salmon” in some languages, has nothing to do with salmon? It actually belongs to the codfish family. When the yield of genuine salmon was reduced in central European rivers at the beginning of the 20th century, this fish became a worthy substitute and was given the trade name “ocean salmon”. Originally, however, it was not very popular because fish fans did not like the appearance of the raw meat which is dark to grayish. But pollock meat actually becomes light when it is cooked. As a solution, the fish was often dyed and distributed as a cheaper "salmon substitute". This marketing method helped the fish to break through.

In the past, pollock was also known as "coalfish" because of its black mouth. However, pollock has now become so popular, with its white, firm meat, that it is indispensable to German cuisine. Pollock is often used to make fresh fish cakes or served as a crispy baked fish or fish sticks. The firm meat is also suited to grilling.

Our pollock comes from sustainable aquaculture. So you can enjoy our superb pollock with a clear conscience.

Fishing area

Region map
FAO fishing area: 27
Other fishing area: Barents Sea, Norwegian sea, Spitsbergen and Bear Island, North Sea, Iceland, Faroe
Fishing method: Trawls, encircling, lift nets, hooks, longlines, gillnet
Sustainable fisheries: -

Fresh, natural ingredients & the best preparation!

We love our fish and want everyone to enjoy fresh and easy-to-eat fish with a clear conscience. That is why we consciously avoid using flavor enhancers, artificial flavors and genetically-modified ingredients. Our fish products also come exclusively from regulated catches.