Brightly coloured with a rich flavour
Redfish, or ocean perch, is caught in the waters around Greenland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and New Foundland. It is available in two types: Sebastes marinus – pink and orange in colour, mainly caught in coastal areas; and Sebastes mantilla – with a deeper red colour, mainly caught at 800-1200 metres. Both varieties are rich in flavour and popular in markets across the world. Our redfish is available as frozen whole fish, headless or gutted, or as skin-on or skinless fillets. The season goes mainly from April to September depending, however, on where in the North Atlantic it is harvested. In Greenland even winter fishing takes place.