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Fresh Sea Bass Fillets – boneless with skin on approximately 140-180g each – vacuum packed and delivered in a chilled box.

A versatile and quick to cook fish, Seabass is one of our more popular fish. Farmed in the Mediterranean our fish is delivered fresh into us on a regular basis. Great pan fried, grilled or steamed with oriental flavours.

Rich in protein, low in fat, what’s not to like!


Your fish will be securely sealed and vacuum-packed individually and delivered in a polystyrene box with frozen gel packs.

Nutrition Information

Seabass is high in protein, vitamin B1, B3, B12 and selenium. It is also a source of B6, phosphorus and potassium.

Nutrient Amount per 100g (as sold)  % of RI
Energy (kcal/kJ) 168kcal/703kJ 8%
Fat (g) 9.8 14%
    of which saturates (g) 2.2 11%
Carbohydrate (g)  0 0%
    of which sugars (g)  0 0%
Protein (g) 20 40%
Salt (g) 0.18 3%
B1 Thiamin (mg) 0.39 35%
Vitamin B3 - Niacin (mg) 7.4 46%
Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.37 26%
Vitamin B12 (μg) 3 120%
Phosphorus (mg) 202 29%
Potassium (mg) 370 19%
Selenium (mg) 29 53%

RI = Reference Intake of an average adult (2000kcal/8400kJ) 

B- vitamins are particularly known for their role in energy production, creation/repair of our DNA and also maintaining heart and brain health. B-vitamins are involved in every single aspect of generating essential energy in the body and help maintain energy levels by releasing energy from the food we eat.

Seabass contains over 100% of the reference intake for vitamin B12. B12 is needed to form red blood cells, DNA, produce energy and maintain our heart health. If we don't get enough, it can impact our energy levels, memory and mood - making us feel weak and tired.

Vitamin B3 and phosphorus are critical ingredients needed to produce and maintain our bodies energy supply. B3 also plays a role in managing cholesterol levels (certain types of cholesterol are associated with an increased risk of heart disease and heart attacks).

Seabass contains over half of the reference value for selenium, which plays a role in the creation of thyroid hormones - the thyroid is the gland responsible for our metabolic rate and helps determine how many calories we burn each day.