Dorade Fillets Sparus Aurata

Dorade Fillets

Sparus Aurata

Product description skin on / pin bone in / boneless
Scientific name Sparus Aurata
Origin Greece
Catching area farmed product
Freezing method IQF / IWP
Packaging 5-10 kg carton / 1000 g retail
Sizes 80-100 g / 100-140 g / 140-180 g

More information

The gilt-head (sea) bream (Sparus aurata) is a fish of the bream family Sparidae found in the Mediterranean Sea and the eastern coastal regions of the North Atlantic Ocean. It commonly reaches about 35 centimetres (1.15 ft) in length, but may reach 70 centimetres (2.3 ft) and weigh up to about 17 kilograms (37 lb). The gilt-head bream is generally considered the best-tasting of the breams and has given the whole family of Sparidae its name. In Portugal the fish is referred to as "Orata" or "Dourada" (golden in Portuguese; a name also used for other species, e.g. Brachyplatystoma rousseauxii), and is widely available as a fresh fish meal in local restaurants in the Algarve and along costal Portugal. It is called the "dorada" in neighboring Spain, where it is also highly prized and is both commercially fished and raised in fish farms. In north east Spain (Catalonia) the fish is referred to as "orada" or "daurada". In France is called "daurade". In Italy, the fish is called "orata" (meaning golden) as well as in Croatia as "ovrata", "orada", "lovrata" or "komarča". Ιn Turkey the fish is referred to as "çipura" or "çupra". In Greece and Cyprus as "tsipoúra" (τσιπούρα). In Malta it is called "awrata". In Albania it is called "koce". In Israel it is known as "Chipura" or "Denisse". In Serbia as "Orada". In Egypt it is called "Denees". The gilt-head (sea) bream (Sparus aurata) is a fish of the bream family Sparidae found in the Mediterranean Sea and the eastern coastal regions of the North Atlantic Ocean. It commonly reaches about 35 centimetres (1.15 ft) in length, but may reach 70 centimetres (2.3 ft) and weigh up to about 17 kilograms (37 lb). The gilt-head bream is generally considered the best-tasting of the breams and has given the whole family of Sparidae its name. In Portugal the fish is referred to as "Orata" or "Dourada" (golden in Portuguese; a name also used for other species, e.g. Brachyplatystoma rousseauxii), and is widely available as a fresh fish meal in local restaurants in the Algarve and along costal Portugal. It is called the "dorada" in neighboring Spain, where it is also highly prized and is both commercially fished and raised in fish farms. In north east Spain (Catalonia) the fish is referred to as "orada" or "daurada". In France is called "daurade". In Italy, the fish is called "orata" (meaning golden) as well as in Croatia as "ovrata", "orada", "lovrata" or "komarča". Ιn Turkey the fish is referred to as "çipura" or "çupra". In Greece and Cyprus as "tsipoúra" (τσιπούρα). In Malta it is called "awrata". In Albania it is called "koce". In Israel it is known as "Chipura" or "Denisse". In Serbia as "Orada".

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