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Alaskan Pacific Cod, also known as “True Cod,” has a delicately sweet taste with a firm texture and large flakes. Cod’s mild flavor lends itself well to a variety of sauces and seasonings and is most popularly used in fish & chips. It's also an excellent source of omega-3s, B12, and B6 vitamins.

  • MSC Certified
  • Sustainable Fisheries Partnership
  • Responsibly Harvested
  • Contains 480mg of Omega-3 fatty acids per 170g serving.

Fillets are skin off.

Cuts may include tail pieces.

Source: Wild

Rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars


What’s the best way to cook this?
Pacific Cod is a lean fish so it’s easier to overcook. It’s best cooked over medium-high to high heat, and is delicious fried and served as fish and chips! We recommend adding oil or butter to this fish or breading it when baking or grilling. It’s best cooked at 400°F for 10 to 12 minutes.

What are some recommended recipes for Pacific Cod?
Find recipes for Pacific Cod here.

Can this fish be used for any white fish recipe?
Cod can be substituted with recipes that call for other meaty white fish, such as Lingcod or Rock Fish.

Does this fish come with skin on?
No, fillets come skin-off.

What is the texture of this fish?
This is a meaty white fish with a denser texture and large flakes. Because it has a firmer texture, it holds up well when fried or paired with sauces.

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