Wixter Seafood Orange Roughy, New Zealand

Global seafood. Local values. Uncompromising quality. Superior taste. Always. No antibiotics. No preservatives. No hormones. Ever. Uncooked / boneless, skinless. The Wixter promise. Zero waste. Naturally preserved. Sustainably harvested. Best in class. Producer exclusive. For too long the seafood market has been clouded by half-truths and marketing gimmicks. Fresh fish that takes a week to travel from line to store. Fish raised in overcrowded farms. Fish caught out of season in over-harvested waters. At Wixter we don't sell fish tales. We began as a neighborhood fish market and built our business through honesty and transparency. Now we scour the globe to partner with the world's best seafood producers and give voice to the hundreds of sustainable seafood companies making a difference. You too can make a difference. By switching just one meal a week from a land-based meat to Wixter Seafood you will lower your carbon footprint, improve your health, and ensure a healthier planet. New Zealand Orange Roughy: Wixter is thrilled to offer certified sustainable Orange Roughy sourced exclusively from fisheries that meet the international gold standard in sustainability. A mild whitefish with a delicate flake and flavor, Orange Roughy is one of the world's most versatile fish and provides 28 grams of protein per serving. Whether you chase to bake, broil, poach, saute, or steam it, Wixter's Orange Roughy will be tender, moist, and pair well with your favorite sauce or seasoning. More importantly, by partnering with the respected and sustainable producers, we are replenishing and maintain wild stocks of this long-lived fish. www.wixterseafood.com. Instagram. Twitter. Facebook. (at)wixterseafood. To learn more visit us at: www.wixterseafood.com. Also try our Chilean Sea Bass, Norwegian Cod, and Alaskan Halibut. Sustainably sourced. Traceability: New Zealand Orange Roughy (Hoplostethus Atlanticus): Producer: See website for more info. Country of Origin: New Zealand. Harvest Location: FAO Area 81 (Pacific, Southwest). Harvest Method: Wild caught - trawls. Sustainability Certification: Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). Recycle if clean & dry. Store drop-off. Plastic bag. Product of New Zealand.