Melanogrammus aeglefinus/N E Atlantic (Icelandic and Faroes Grounds/Norwegian Sea/ Northern North Sea)/ Line caught were possible, may be trawled
This is the less chunky part of the fish taken from the tail end. Skin on and naturally boneless.
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