Greenland halibut (lat. name – Reinhardtius Hippoglossoides) is a valuable type of seafood. It contains vitamins A, B, E, D, a large number of natural Omega-3 polyunsaturated acids. Greenland halibut is exclusively useful due to content of such minerals as magnesium, iron, selenium, calcium and potassium.
The season of Greenland halibut fishing begins in November and lasts until December. Greenland halibut is caught by NWFC trawl vessels in ecologically clean water of the Barents Sea (zone FAO 27). Today the certification of Greenland halibut catching and production to the MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) standards is in the final stage.
Right after being caught, the sea fish is shock frozen and packed into containers for further transportation observing all the quality requirements. Fish frozen this way preserves all its useful properties and natural flavor.