Common Names: Atlantic Pollock, Alaska Pollock
AVAILABILITY Frozen Fresh
Year Round Availability
CATCH and COUNTRY of ORIGIN
Wild, Sustainable, USA, Iceland
Hand Carved Half Side Fillets
Cut to Size Portions
Mild, fresh flavor with medium texture and medium flake. Medium fat content. Raw fish should be deep pink/white and cooks up white.
Roasting, Broiling, Pan Searing, Frying, Steaming, Poaching.
Atlantic Pollock, Alaska Pollock
• White Meat with Grey Hue
• Available Year Round
• Delicate Flake with Mild Flavor
• High in Oil with Flaky Texture
• Perfect for Fish and Chips
Pollock is a mild, delicate-tasting fish, with a slightly coarse texture. Some find it more flavorful than cod or haddock, perhaps because it has a higher oil content. Pollock fillets are creamy tan in color. Cooked, the lean, moist meat is white and firm, with a nice flake.
Deep-skinned Pollock offers a whiter, more “cod-like” portion.