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Wild Caught New Zealand Tarakihi (Sea Bream) - Frozen - 250g

Wild Caught New Zealand Tarakihi (Sea Bream) - Frozen - 250g

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Our New Zealand Tarakihi (Sea Bream) is wild caught off the East Coast of the North Island, using short trip small boats. A medium to firm white moist flesh fish, the Tarakihi is highly versatile and is perfect for a hot pan or oven baked. Get inspired by our Sea Bream with Lemon and Parsley recipe!

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    • Wild caught
    • Sustainably farmed using short trip vessels
    • Blast frozen to ensure product integrity
    • Natural source of omega 3’s, vitamins and minerals


    From the East Coast of New Zealand’s North Island, small inshore boats carefully harvest our Snapper, Gurnard and Tarakihi fish on short trips, delivering their catch wharfside fresh daily. All fish is able to be traced back to the boat it was caught on. After filleting, packing and blast freezing, you can be rest assured that your white fish has not been opened from the time it leaves New Zealand before it reaches your home, reducing double-handling and the possibility of contamination. Our white fish is blast frozen and does not go through unnecessary frozen and thawing cycles which erode quality and taste.


    Our New Zealand Wild Caught Tarakihi (Sea Bream) is a medium to firm white moist flesh fish, suitable for most cooking methods. Perfect for a hot pan with good quality butter (or ghee), or baked in the oven with a few vegetables.


    As the majority of our products are real, whole, raw ingredients, we have not listed the nutritional panel for each item on our website. However, if you are seeking advice on the amount of protein, fat, carbohydrates and fibre of any meat, seafood, fruit or vegetable product, we recommend using one of these sites: WebMD or Nutrition Value.