Šaldytos žuvys
Marinuotos žuvys
Sūdytos žuvys
Kulinariniai žuvų gaminiai

Salted fish

Herring, sprat, Baltic herring, mackerel

According to the amount of salt, fish are classified into low salted (3-7 per cent), medium salted (7-10 per cent) and high salted fish (more than 10 percent). Fish salted in a qualitative way is of specific pleasant smell, they retain the colour characteristic for their type. Salted fish preserves its valuable nutritional properties. MB GRUNDALAS herring products are manufactured of herring from Norway and Iceland. Sprat and herring are processed of fishes caught in Latvia in the Baltic Sea.

Frozen fish

Hake, sea bass, cod, rockcod, flounder, sprat, Baltic herring, pangasius, salmon, trout, halibut, zander and others.

Fish are frozen quickly to preserve their characteristics and quality. Usually, fish is frozen still at sea, and are glazed (covered by ice) during the cooling time preventing from drying out, fat oxidation process and in order to maintain good quality for a longer period of time. If the fish is frozen in a qualitative manner, their quality of chilled fish is virtually indistinguishable from that of fresh fish.

Culinary fish products

Grilled, marinated fish, fish salad with sea cabbage, pickled herring salad with vegetables and mayonnaise.

Culinary fish products are ready for immediate consumption without further processing. These are fishery products with food additives, food products (vegetables, fruits, berries, mushrooms and so on), various spices, infusions (pickles, oils, according to a special recipe prepared sauces) or gelatine.

Fish – a source of valuable substances

Fish is not only delicious, but it is also necessary product in our diet. Fish protein is rich in essential amino acids necessary for organisms, and its fats contain especially valuable polyunsaturated fatty acids, which reduce cholesterol levels in the blood.

By adding fish into the menu at least twice a week, you will provide useful materials regulating blood pressure, relieving headaches and arthritis pain, preventing from diabetes and reducing the risk of stroke.

Almost all fish, especially marine, is rich in minerals: potassium, magnesium, iodine, copper, manganese, and so on. They are important for proper body functioning. Perhaps, the most important mineral that we get by eating fish is iodine. The Lithuanian daily diet is especially lacking this mineral. Fish is also rich in vitamins – A, B, C, D, E, K and so on.