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Sablefish Anoplopoma fimbria © Scandinavian Fishing Year Book

Sablefish is also known as black cod, despite the fact that it is not part of the cod family. It can live as long as 62 years and grow to a record of 4 feet (122 cm).

Sablefish has a pearly white meat, a large flake, high oil content and a distinctive sweet flavor. Try some of our sustainable sablefish recipes below! 

Where to buy sustainable sablefish

The primary market for sablefish is Japan but the US Market has been increasing over the past few years. Use our Where to buy search to find shops and restaurants selling sustainable sablefish near you.

Cook with sablefish

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Certified sustainable sablefish fisheries

Find sablefish fisheries that have met the MSC standard for sustainable fishing using our fishery search.

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