Halibut
Alaska Halibut
Alaska Halibut Hippoglossus stenolepis

North Pacific Seafoods has developed a significant fresh halibut program for customers in the retail and foodservice business. We also produce frozen halibut and market it as dressed (head-off) fish and fletches. Regarded as the world's premium whitefish, Alaska halibut is the largest flatfish, with some fish reaching over 300 pounds. With a firm, flaky texture and delicate, succulent flavor, Alaska halibut is the whitefish of choice for many foodservice and retail operations.
The fish is high in protein and low in fat, making it suitable for almost any application.

Product Specifications
North Pacific Seafoods’ fishermen bring in halibut from early March to mid-November. Alaska halibut are bled, cleaned and iced on the grounds shortly after catch. Our plants are located in close proximity to the fishing grounds, with easy access to airports for timely fresh deliveries. North Pacific Seafoods’ close working relationship with the fishing fleet allows for superior freshness and traceability of all of our Alaska halibut products. North Pacific Seafoods is MSC Chain of Custody certified to handle this sustainable Alaska halibut resource.

Product Form Size Carton Size (pounds)
Dressed, head off 10/20, 20/40, 40/60, 60/80, 80/100, 100/up 100, 200, 1000, Random
Fletches

1/3, 3/5, 5/7, 7/up

50, 100
Cheeks Mixed sizes 50
The chart above lists our most common pack sizes. Other packs are available by customer request. See our Halibut Guide for more information.

Species Information
Harvesting Methods
Harvesting Calendar
Halibut Guide

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 3.5 oz (100 g)
Alaska Halibut
Calories
130
Fat
3g
Saturated Fat
0.41g
Cholesterol
41mg
Sodium
68mg
Protein
22g
Source: Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute. More detailed nutritional information is available upon request.

Dressed Head-off Halibut
 
Halibut Fletch
Dressed Head-off Alaska Halibut
 
Alaska Halibut Fletch

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