Pacific Sardine

(Sardinops Sagax)

May - September

  • About a quarter of the U.S. Pacific sardine harvest is eaten domestically, typically fresh or canned
  • The rest is usually frozen and exported, mainly to Japan for consumption or for use as tuna long line bait
  • Season is very short, with a large volume of Sardines landed daily until the yearly quota is met
  • Pacific sardine has fatty flesh with a strong flavor

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Weight & Packaging

Whole Round Style Count Size
80-120gr \ 120-160gr \ 200gr+
Block packed: (10 kg box)
60-70 pcs/carton, 70-75 pcs/carton
80-90 pcs/carton, 90-100 pcs/carton