Haddock global price quotes



The current, latest prices of Haddock in the world in the global markets

haddock (filet) 100-200g U.E.


Price range: 10.5 - 12.5 EUR / 1 kg | Market: MIN Rungis | Date: 2022-05-13

haddock smoked (filet) with skin France


Price range: 12 - 14 EUR / 1 kg | Market: MIN Rungis | Date: 2022-05-12

fresh haddock fillet


Price range: 9.99 - 9.99 USD / 0,4 kg | Market: Fisherman's Market Seafood Outlet | Date: 2022-03-08

Haddock

Haddock is a North Atlantic white fish with a very distinctive black blotch—known as the “Devil’s thumbprint”—just above the pectoral fin and an easily recognizable black lateral line running down its side. This deep-sea fish, typically weighing from 2 to 7 pounds (1 to 3 kg), is prolific along the coasts of both North America and Europe.

Haddock has white flesh with a medium to high-fat content and a mild, fishy taste. It can be prepared in a variety of ways, including baking, broiling, frying, and poaching. Haddock is commonly served as an accompaniment to chips (french fries) or toad-in-the-hole.

The consumption of haddock, which is relatively high in fat and particularly low in mercury compared to other fish, has been associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and certain types of cancer. However, consumption among pregnant women should be limited because the consumption may result in adverse effects on cognitive development or cause harm to the fetus.

Haddock is an excellent source of vitamin B12 and a moderate source of niacin and selenium, providing 40% and 20%, respectively, of the Daily Value (DV) in a 100-gram serving. Haddock has high contents of vitamins B6, B3, and B2 and is a rich source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, providing 80% and 50%, respectively, of the DV in a 100-gram serving.

Haddock live for a long time, with an estimated maximum age of 32 years, but most fish caught commercially are between three and six years old. As they grow larger, haddock migrate back to cold water areas to mature. Juvenile Haddock feed on small crustaceans such as Krill and other zooplankton while adults eat large amounts of fish such as sand eels and herring. A female haddock produces between 100,000 and 1 million eggs at each spawning.

A highly fecund species, haddock live most of their lives in deep waters between 130 and 1,000 feet (40 and 300 m). A female’s production of eggs increases substantially with age, from a few hundred thousand in the youngest spawners to three million in the oldest. Once spawning occurs, the eggs are pelagic – living on the surface of the ocean. A highly fecund species, haddock live most of their lives in deep waters between 130 and 1,000 feet (40 and 300 m). A female’s production of eggs increases substantially with age, from a few hundred thousand in the youngest spawners to three million in the oldest. Once spawning occurs, the eggs are pelagic – living on the surface of the ocean. As they grow larger, haddock migrate back to cold water areas to mature. Juvenile Haddock feed on small crustaceans such as Krill and other zooplankton while adults eat large amounts of fish such as sand eels and herring.

A female’s production of eggs increases substantially with age, from a few hundred thousand. Haddock has a life cycle of three years. They spawn offshore during the winter months and then, as juveniles, migrate into warmer waters where they feed for two years.

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