New Zealand hoki are long sleek fish that grow up to 1.3 meters in length and are found in depths of 10-1000 meters. This carnivore has a large mouth with sharp pointed teeth used for catching crustaceans, squid, and its main prey, lanternfish.
New Zealand hoki is also sometimes known as blue grenadier, blue hake, New Zealand whiptail, whiptail or whiptail hake.
Hoki meat is delicate, succulent, and white with a medium flake when cooked. Try some of our sustainable hoki recipes below!
Where to buy sustainable hoki
New Zealand hoki is a very versatile white meat fish with MSC-labeled products all over the world! Use our Where to buy search to find shops and restaurants selling sustainable hoki near you.
Certified sustainable hoki fisheries
Find hoki fisheries that have met the MSC standard for sustainable fishing using our fishery search.