Mackerel

Mackerels eat a lot. They can eat so much, sometimes they don’t even close their mouths to eat: young mackerels swim with their mouths open through clouds of plankton and filter little animals out of the water with their gills. The upside of all the eating that they do, is that their meat is tender, fatty and is filled with omega 3 fatty acids. Healthy and tasty.

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Facts & figures

Scomber scombrus
Length: 11 - 23 inches
Weight: 6 pounds
Food: plankton and fish
Family of the tuna
Nice smoked

Our mackerel products

Though not many things beat a freshly smoked mackerel, canned mackerel has a gorgeous, smooth yet outspoken flavor. Great for in pasta sauce, a salad or your sandwich for lunch.

Our mackerel fisheries

We work closely with mackerel fisheries that are part of the North Sea mackerel fishing industry. This is because the North Sea mackerel is nice and fatty, perfect for cooking but also to smoke!

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