Jurel (Trachurus Trachurus)
Whole Horse Mackerel I.Q.F.
|2/3 Pcs.||+28||350 gr. - 500 gr.|
|3 Pcs.||+25||300 gr. – 350 gr.|
|3/4 Pcs.||+25||250 gr. – 300 gr.|
|4/5 Pcs.||+18||180 gr. – 250 gr.|
|6/7 Pcs.||+18||150 gr. – 180 gr.|
|7/8 Pcs.||+18||125 gr. – 150 gr.|
|+8 Pcs.||-18||- 125 gr.|
20 Kg. Net
10 Kg. Net
7 Kg. Net
Horse Mackerel (Trachurus Trachurus)
|Type||Per 100 G|
|B1 or thiamine (mg)||0.09|
|B2 or riboflavin (mg)||0.3|
|B3 or niacin (mg)||9|
|Vitamin A (mcg)||16|
|Vitamin B (mcg)||36|
|B12 or cyanocobalamin (mcg)||10|
Similar Types and Species
White horse mackerel or Mediterranean horse mackerel (Trachurus mediterraneus)
It lives in the Mediterranean.
It is known as yellow horse mackerel, a name that refers to the yellowish coloration of the tail fin, a morphological feature that helps a lot in the differentiation of trachurus trachurus.
Painted horse mackerel (Trachurus picturatus)
Commonly known as black horse mackerel, it has a more elongated and cylindrical body than that of the common horse mackerel and its coloration is dark blue, unlike the greenish blue of the common horse mackerel.
It lives in areas further away from the coast during the autumn and winter months, and it is at the beginning of April, when it approaches the coast to reproduce. Today, thanks to advances in fishing gear, there are catches all year round.