MONK FISH

Pacific Monkfish


Monkfish are a family, Lophiidae, of anglerfishes. They are found in the Arctic, Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans where they live on sandy and muddy bottoms of the continental shelf and continental slope, at depths in excess of 1,000 metres (3,300 ft).
Like most other anglerfishes, they have a very large head with a large mouth that bears long, sharp, recurved teeth. Also like other anglerfishes, the first spine of the spinous dorsal fin has been modified as an angling apparatus (illicium) that bears a bulb-like or fleshy lure (esca).
Can be produced in the following formats:
CUT
• Fillets / Loins / Tails
• Block / Bits & Pieces / Mince / Nape

PACKAGING
• Sealed top retail tray
• Individually vacum packed
• IQF (Individually Quick Frozen)
• Bulk – for further processing
• Count packs – for Foodservice/Catering Ind.