Fresh and Frozen Mackerel

£800.00 / Ton

SUPPLY ABILITY 2000 TONES / WEEK

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Fresh and Frozen Mackerel Fish

Fresh and Frozen Mackerel Fish

We are one of the leading suppliers of fresh and frozen mackerel fish in the market. We offer these products at very competitive prices and guarantee that they are of high quality. The mackerel fish we sell are frozen at their peak freshness, which ensures that they retain their flavor and nutrients for up to two years after being stored in a freezer. Our mackerel fish is also available in different sizes, ranging from small to large. Customers can choose from our wide range of fresh and frozen mackerel fish depending on their preferences.

Fresh and Frozen Mackerel Fish

Yes, mackerel fish are good to eat.

Mackerel is a type of fish that contains a lot of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D and selenium. These are all important nutrients for your body.

The mackerel is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids and a good source of vitamins A and E. This makes it an excellent choice for people who want to maintain their health and prevent disease.

Mackerel can be eaten raw or cooked, but it is best to cook it in order to reduce the risk of food poisoning or other bacterial infection.

Sure! You can eat mackerel from frozen.

Mackerel is a fatty fish, and it’s really good for you. It’s an excellent source of protein, vitamin D, selenium, and omega-3 fatty acids—which are all important for your health. Mackerel is also very low in mercury, so even if it does happen to be frozen at some point during its journey from the ocean to your plate, you won’t have to worry about getting sick from it.

The only thing that might be a problem is if there are any bones in your mackerel. If there are bones in there, they’ll probably be brittle as hell once they’ve been thawed out and will probably break off when you try to eat them (or worse: get stuck in your mouth). That would be awful! So make sure you buy boneless mackerel instead of bone-in.