Known for its delicate, mild flavor, pearly-white color, and tender yet meaty texture, Alaska Rockfish Fillets enjoy great popularity. Alaska Rockfish Fillets are harvested in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bristol Bay. Rockfish Fillets are available fresh or frozen year-round. Alaska Rockfish is a group of lean, tender fishes with a range of widely appealing flavors. This versatile, low-calorie fish is also highly adaptable to both lighter eating styles and interesting ethnic favorites. The most well-known species is Pacific ocean perch, but there are many other species in the rockfish family.
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All Alaska Seafood is wild and pure, and harvests are responsibly managed for continuing abundance. With several different species available, Alaska Rockfish is harvested in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea—and it is available fresh or frozen year-round.
MILD FLAVOR AND TENDER TEXTURE
Known for its delicate, mild flavor, pearly-white color, and tender yet meaty texture, Alaska Rockfish enjoys great popularity.
EASY TO PREPARE
Most commonly marketed as skinless, boneless fillets, Alaska Rockfish is ready-to-use, boasting quick, easy preparation with no waste, at a very reasonable cost. The best cooking methods require minimal handling, such as poaching, steaming, and sautéing, making Alaska Rockfish ideal for today’s heath-oriented consumers.