Cromaris sea bass (lat. Dicentrarchus labrax), belongs to a sea bass family (Moronidae). Sea bass is a predator usually found hunting along the coast. This fish has solid and robust body, elongated i elegant body lines. It swims very fast and is considered to be very intelligent fish. His predatory nature is evident in etymology of its Croatian name 'lubin', which comes from the Latin word for wolf lupus. Cromaris sea bass is farmed in Adriatic Sea.
Shelf life: 14 days
Energy value: 145 kcal per 100g
1000 - 1500 g
1500 - 2000 g
2000 - 3000 g
3000 g +
Available sizes of fresh fillets:
Available sizes of gutted fish (gills and gut removed):
Box options (with cover): 3kg, 6kg
Pallet dimension: 120 cm x 100 cm
Number of rows on pallet: 11
Total number of boxes (6kg) on a pallet: 88
Storage conditions: on ice, 0˚- +2˚C
DID YOU KNOW?
How to choose a fish? • Make sure the fish is properly chilled or put on ice. • Fresh fish has a mild odour, while the old smell of ammonia or have a stale odour. • If you touch a fresh fish with a finger no hollow will remain on its flesh. • The meat should be firm and shiny, whether the fish is whole or filleted. • Fish should not have dark edges and should not be brownish or yellowish. • The eyes should be clear and slightly bulging. • The gills should be bright red and without mucus.