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Cod
 
Scientific name : Gadus Morhua
Market name : Cod
Icelandic name : Þorskur
 
 
Product Description


Frozen: Salted:Dried:
filletsfilletsstockfish
portionssplit dried heads
blockbi-procducts.
minced..
bi-products..

Central to the international supply of seafood products from Icelandic fishing grounds, the cod-products on offer are wide ranging. Frozen, salted and dried are the most common processing methods. The "Islenska" Icelandic Sales Agency sells a great variety of end products to its customers all over the world.

 
Fish Description

The cod is streamlined and slender, with a large head and a large mouth, situated in the lower half of the head. Its colour varies, depending on age and environment. Most commonly, though, it sports a yellow-grey colour on its back and upper flanks, sprinkled with small dark spots. The tone grows lighter closing in on the abdominal area, which, in turn, is completely white. The cod is a demersal fish, thriving in various depths. Close to Icelandic shores it is most commonly encountered in depths ranging from a hundred to two hundred and fifty meters. The cod is a very greedy species and it could be said that it eats everything crossing its path. Its guts’s have been known to contain a great variety of different sea-animals. The cod still holds on to its central role amongst exported and processed seafood from Icelandic fishing grounds.
 
 
Fishing season
 
Fishing season: January – December
 
Main season: January – December
 

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