Fishery Alaskan Pollock Fillet - 4 to 6 Ounce, 10 Pound -- 1 each.

( 1 reviews)
Fishery Alaskan Pollock Fillet - 4 to 6 Ounce, 10 Pound -- 1 each.
Fishery Alaskan Pollock Fillet - 4 to 6 Ounce, 10 Pound -- 1 each.
Fishery Alaskan Pollock Fillet - 4 to 6 Ounce, 10 Pound -- 1 each.
Fishery Alaskan Pollock Fillet - 4 to 6 Ounce, 10 Pound -- 1 each.
Fishery Alaskan Pollock Fillet - 4 to 6 Ounce, 10 Pound -- 1 each.
Fishery Alaskan Pollock Fillet - 4 to 6 Ounce, 10 Pound -- 1 each.

About this product

4-6 oz IQF Pollock Fillets

4-6 oz IQF Pollock Fillets
 
Preparation instruction: For best results cook from thawed. Cook as desired until internal temperature reaches 165°F.
Product Specifications
  • Brand
    High Liner Foods
  • Weight
    18.0000
  • Sold As
    Each
  • Unit Quantity
    1
  • Unit Amount
    10
  • Unit Amount Type
    Pound
  • Ships Frozen in our Proprietary Boxes

    This temperature sensitive item can not transit over a weekend so, depending on the day of the week ordered and destination, some delays may occur.

    No Returns Allowed on This Product

    Frozen and refrigerated food items are not eligible for returns

Properties
  • UPC
    035493029788
  • GTIN
    10035493029785
  • SKU
    132006
  • Stock Reference #
    OTF341677

Fishery Alaskan Pollock Fillet - 4 to 6 Ounce, 10 Pound -- 1 each.

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Tripolyphosphate an ingredient to retain water, also used in detergent, was overused in the processing of this fish. It is not listed as an ingredient on the website, but the box you get lists ingredients: fish, tripolyphosphate. The fish has an overwhelming chlorinated water flavor, lots of milky discharged when baked in foil dry. I also purchased highliners haddock. Which also arrived with tripoly as an ingredient despite the description being void of it online. It Was wonderful and I could not detect any chemical flavor or noticeable amounts of milky discharge like the pollock.
Katie G., 02/17/2019
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    Katie G. 02/17/2019

    Tripolyphosphate an ingredient to retain water, also used in detergent, was overused in the processing of this fish. It is not listed as an ingredient on the website, but the box you get lists ingredients: fish, tripolyphosphate. The fish has an overwhelming chlorinated water flavor, lots of milky discharged when baked in foil dry. I also purchased highliners haddock. Which also arrived with tripoly as an ingredient despite the description being void of it online. It Was wonderful and I could not detect any chemical flavor or noticeable amounts of milky discharge like the pollock.

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