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Fresh Mediterranean Branzino (Wild)

Fresh Mediterranean Branzino (Wild)
Fresh Mediterranean Branzino (Wild)
15 reviews

Fresh Mediterranean Branzino (Wild)

Branzino, also known as the Mediterranean Seabass, is the new “in' fish . Branzino is known for its lean white-firm meat. Mediterranean Branzino is a spectacular shiny silver skinned fish and is known for being sweet-flavored, tender, juicy and delicious!

** Branzino are weighed whole then cleaned

** All Mediterranean Branzino come scaled and gutted*

* WHOLE FISH CANNOT BE VACUUM SEALED*

*Our Branzino have been running large! 3 pounds is equal to 2 or 3 fish*

***Price is per pound, not per fish**

** In compliance with CA Prop 65, Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including cadmium which are known in the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm** 

$50.97

Regular price

(Starting at $16.99 per pound. Minimum 3 pounds)

Sale price

(starting at $16.99 per pound. Minimum 3 pounds)

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4.9 Based on 15 Reviews
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SH
09/13/2023
Sharon H.
United States United States

Branzino

Great mild fish. Easy to prepare. Love it!

EH
08/24/2023
Erica H.
United States United States

delivery and product

right on time, 2 day deliver, fish is beautiful fresh, thank you !

DK
10/25/2021
Dennis K.
United States United States

Great service!!!!

Wonderful !! Looking forward to many future dealings with them.

NF
08/23/2021
Nathan F.
United States United States

Experience

Excellent service excellent product.

NB
08/18/2021
Naima B.
United States United States

Not too many bones!

I made it 2 ways, roasted and steamed and it came out fresh and tasty.