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Hake

Hake
Merluccius australis
澳洲無鬚鱈魚
Hake
Hake are members of the cod family. However, the M. Australia are found only in New Zealand and Patagonia. They usually inhabit waters at depths of up to 800m and live for around 25 years.
Hake fillets are moist and white with few bones and a soft, delicate texture. A versatile fish, it can be baked, pan-fried or poached, or used in curries and soups.
Nutritional Information
(figures are for a 100g serving)
Energy
82kcal
Total fat
1.6g
Sodium
65mg
Protein
16.4g
Carbohydrates
0.2g
Seasonality
Fishing season for New Zealand hake
Catch Area
Catch area for New Zealand hake
Catch Method(s)
Trawl
Sustainability
Hake sold by 178 Degrees is certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).
In addition, the fishing of New Zealand hake is managed by the Ministry of Primary Industries using the Quota Management System (QMS). The allowable commercial catch for hake was set at 7,783,143 kg for the year ending 30 September 2021.