Akela | Whole Frozen Raw Sprats 1Kg

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Akela | Whole Frozen Raw Sprats 1Kg

 

  • Sustainably caught in the Baltic Sea off Poland
  • Whole raw frozen sprats
  • Super Healthy Natural Protein 
  • Excellent source of Omega 3, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Iodine, Phosphorus and Niacin.

Each sprat weighs approximately 14g and measures 11x2x1cm. 

Please note that some of the triacylglycerides (TAG), which compose fish oil, do not freeze. These TAGs contain essential ω-3 fatty acids: EPA, DHA etc. They represent up to 20.0% of fish oil. The high part of the fish oil remains unfrozen even at temperatures below -86°c. This is explained by high content of EPA and DHA fatty acids.

Our frozen raw fish is all human-grade and supplied by our sister company (Coastal Cuisine Ltd). It is also suitable for cooking and eating yourself or boiling to make fish broth etc. May contain bones. If eating raw fish e.g. sushi then it should be frozen first as follows:

  • either –20°C for not less than 24 hours
  • or –35°C for not less than 15 hours
  • Description
  • Akela | Whole Frozen Raw Sprats 1Kg

     

    • Sustainably caught in the Baltic Sea off Poland
    • Whole raw frozen sprats
    • Super Healthy Natural Protein 
    • Excellent source of Omega 3, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Iodine, Phosphorus and Niacin.

    Each sprat weighs approximately 14g and measures 11x2x1cm. 

    Please note that some of the triacylglycerides (TAG), which compose fish oil, do not freeze. These TAGs contain essential ω-3 fatty acids: EPA, DHA etc. They represent up to 20.0% of fish oil. The high part of the fish oil remains unfrozen even at temperatures below -86°c. This is explained by high content of EPA and DHA fatty acids.

    Our frozen raw fish is all human-grade and supplied by our sister company (Coastal Cuisine Ltd). It is also suitable for cooking and eating yourself or boiling to make fish broth etc. May contain bones. If eating raw fish e.g. sushi then it should be frozen first as follows:

    • either –20°C for not less than 24 hours
    • or –35°C for not less than 15 hours
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