New Zealand Common Name: Hoki 

Latin name: Macruronus novaezelandiae

Processed form: Headed, gutted, and Tailed (HGT)

Hoki has a delicate texture with white flesh that flakes easily when cooked.  The fillets have low oil content, few bones, making then very versatile and suited to most cooking methods.

Nutritional Info


PER 100G

ENERGY KJ/100G 347

PROTEIN (G) 18.9

TOTAL FAT (G) 0.7

SATURATED FAT (G) 0.2

CARBOHYDRATE (G) <0.1

SUGARS (G) 0.1

SODIUM MG/100G 55

Size grades


2L (+1000g)

L (700-1000g)

M (500-700g)

S (300-500g)

Alternate names:


NZ: Whiptail, Blue Grenadier, Blue Hake

RU: МАКРУРОНУС

DE: Langschwanz-Seehecht

ES: Merluza Azul

FR: Hoki de Nouvelle-Zélande Merluse, Merlu a Longue Queue

IT: Merluzzo Neozelandese, Nasello Neozelandese, Nasello Azzurro

JP: Hoki (ホキ)

CN: 长尾鳕

Catching period:

All year round

Approximate annual catch:

150,000 MT

Peak season:

June – September

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