Turbot is a delicious white fish with a rich and delicate flavor and firm, dense flesh. It is the most heavily fished species in Quebec. It is a fantastic substitute for halibut, sole, haddock, cod, and flounder.
Turbot, which is also known as Greenland halibut, is a flat fish with a disk-shaped body. It is similar to Atlantic halibut, but much smaller in size. Generally, specimens weighing between 800 g and 1000 g. They are caught from April to October. Turbot is abundant in the Laurentian Channel and the cold Labrador Current, near the Northern shrimp on which it feeds.
Here are the packaging formats we offer.
- Fresh filet (in season) or IQF-frozen
- 4 to 8 ounces per filet
- 8 to 12 ounces per filet
- 12 ounces and more per filet
- 10 lbs per box
- Marinated (refrigerated product)
- 130 g jar, 12 jars per box
- 3 lbs bucket, 6 buckets per box
- Completely frozen
- 400 g to 600 g, 600 g to 800 g, 800 g to 1000 g and 1000 g to 1200 g per turbot
- 2 x 10 kg per case
- Frozen head and carcass
- 2 x 11 kg per case