King George Whiting Fillets 300g + - Wild South Seafoods - WILD CAUGHT - FROZEN


Wild caught Australian seafood from the Southern Ocean.

How is Wild South Seafood different?

1. WSS work directly with the fisher people in their Port Lincoln, South Australia seafood community and create partnerships based on a shared commitment to Pristine Australia Produce and a sustainable approach to how we take, and how much we take, of our precious sea's resources.

Our labels provide the name of the boat each piece of fish comes from.

We do not 'stockpile' seafood, nor send Australian seafood to low cost jurisdictions for processing.  

2. Our production facility is beside the wharf where the fish are landed.  The fishermen who catch our fish, bring it to our door the moment they get back from sea.

Unlike other portion packed fish which claims to be snap frozen, but does not provide transparency about where the fish is caught, or where their production facility is located.

We do not deal in with large scale distributors.

The Freshest you can get 

Our product is the freshest seafood you can possibly find.  You will always know exactly how fresh it is. This product is also in direct contrast to other frozen fish products which are mostly low value species that are either imported, or fished in our waters but then shipped to China, Thailand or Vietnam to be processed and packaged and then shipped back again. Often this product has been frozen and defrosted and frozen again before reaching the consumer. 

Cape Catastrophe King George Whiting is line caught whiting caught of the coast line, shoals and inlets of far west Eyre Penisula, Port Lincoln way South Australia.  Cape Catastrophe is just one of the headlands jutting into the Southern Ocean outside of the protected waters of Boston Bay and the boat harbour of Port Lincoln.

Many people would say, that it is definitely true, that King George Whiting is not only the King of the Whiting but king of all the fishes, when it comes to eating pleasure.  A finer flaked fish you will never find.  It also has an extremely low oil content.

Like all Wild South Seafood fishes from the Southern Ocean, King George Whiting is under sustainable stock management.  It is mostly considered an excellent sustainable choice on the basis it is line caught.  Line caught fish in Australia, particularly King George, are significantly more expensive than other fish.  This is both because it is such a premium and sought after fish, and also because line caught (which is not long lining) means smaller catch capacity.


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