Haddock

What is haddock?

Haddock is a member of the cod family with a mild flavour, firm flesh and moist texture. It is used interchangeably with cod but does have a slightly sweeter taste, which makes it the best white fish for smoking. Haddock is commonly sold fresh, frozen or smoked. 

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Is haddock sustainable?

Haddock carrying the blue MSC label is certified sustainable. MSC labelled haddock comes from a fishery that has been independently assessed to the MSC Fisheries Standard. Companies using the label all along the supply chain have been assessed to ensure products can be traced back to an MSC certified fishery. Haddock is a versatile fish with many MSC labelled products sold worldwide.

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Bonus fact

Though cod and haddock are the main fish species used in traditional British fish suppers, other white fish like plaice, coley, pollock, and skate are often used. Sometimes these fish are used as alternatives simply because they're cheaper, but regional tastes and availability also vary.

 

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