Fresh Wild Atlantic Cod - 4 Pack

$69
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Fulton Fish Market ships its famous seafood nationwide on Goldbelly! Fresh U.S. wild Atlantic Cod has a lean, flaky, yet somewhat dense flesh that is mild but distinctive in flavor. Atlantic Cod is extremely versatile to prepare. You may bake, broil, steam, poach, or sauté it, keeping herbs, spices, and sauces subtle. Also, try frying it in a light batter for a delicious fish ‘n’ chips entrée.

Fulton Fish Market opened at Manhattan’s South Street Seaport in 1822, and remained America’s oldest fish market until 2005, when the seafood market moved to its current 400,000-square-foot location in The Bronx. The Fulton Fish Market is where New Yorkers have gotten their fish for nearly 200 years. Now you can skip the 3 a.m. wakeup call and order premier seafood like salmon, shrimp, cod, tilapia, and more straight to your door!

More Details

This package includes 4 Wild Atlantic Cod, Skin Off portions (8 oz. each)

Instructions / Storage

  • Fish ships uncooked with ice packs, may thaw in transit
  • Upon arrival products should be placed in the refrigerator, may be kept refrigerated for up to 1 week
  • Atlantic Cod is extremely versatile to prepare. You may bake, broil, steam, poach or sauté it, keeping herbs, spices and sauces subtle. Also try frying it in a light batter for a delicious Fish n Chips entrée.
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Shipping Details

  • Fulton Fish Market ships Monday – Thursday of each week.
  • Orders cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes.
  • Orders shipped to Alaska and Hawaii via 2-day will incur an additional $20 charge or $35 for Overnight Shipping. Sorry guys!
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it was perfect. fresh & delicious.
Eli H. - New York, NY
11/01/19