Raw squid rings
The Dosidicus gigas squid is a cephalopod also called giant squid. The tentacles and arms are under the head and mantle, and its changing pigments allow it to hide.
Its body can reach a length of 4 meters and weights 100Kg.
It is caught throughout the year in the Pacific ocean (FAO zone 87), using jigs that feature phosphorescent hooks lines (for nocturnal catch).
Its treatment with citric acid gives it a tender texture.
We offer it as rings made out of its mantle.
It can be appreciated in ready meals, seafood cocktails or paella.
For more information, please visit the website www.fao.org
- Species: Dosidicus gigas
- Diameter: from 28/44mm to 44/60mm
- Net weight: master carton of 8kg
- Origin: Peru
- Seasonality: caught throughout the year in FAO zone 87
- Ingredients: squid, water, salt, additives (E330, E331)
- Ionizing treatment: none
- Presentation: raw squid ring, frozen IQF
- Elaboration: catch, sorting, cleaning, deheading, gutting, fin removal, skinning, rolling, treatment, stamping, sizing, deep-freezing, packing, metal detector, storage.
Maximum temperature: -18°C
BBD: 24 months after freezing date
- TVC: 100 000 /g
- Fecal coli.: 10 /g
- E. Coli: none
- Staphylococcus aureus: 100 /g
- SRA: 10 /g
- Salmonella: absence in 25g
- Listeria mono.: absence in 25g