WHITE SEA BREAM

Nutritional Values
Valor nutricional
Hidratos de carbono por diferencia2,84 g
Humedad77,42 g
Proteina bruta18,10 g
Grasa bruta<1,00 g
Cenizas1,64 g
Energía84 Kcal
Energía350 Kj
Sodio0,25 %
Ac. grasos monoinsaturados<0,01 %
Ac. grasos poliinsaturados<0,01 %
Ac. grasos saturados<0,02 %
Ac. grasos Omega3<0,02 g
Ac. alfa-Linoléico%
Ac. Eicosatetraenoico%
Ac. Clupanódico%
Ac. grasos Omega6<0,02 g
Ac. Linoleico%
Ac. gamma-Linolénico%
Ac Dihomo-gamma-linolénic%
Ac. Araquidónico%
Valor por 100 g de producto
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White Sea Bream (Diplodus sargus sargus) from the esparidos family and very common in the Mediterranean Sea.

The synonym sparus sparus is not applicable  and in some areas it is called ‘Chopa’ as it bears great resemblance to the authentic Chopa. It is a coastal fish living on rocky sea bed areas and rarely goes below 50m of depth. One of its main characteristics is its oval compressed body shape. It is silver grey, white in the gill and has between 8 and 12 vertical  black stripes on its flanks as well as  side areas and black markings on the peduncular area. It has an arched head, a small mouth with 8 incisors in each jaw (sometimes 10 in the upper jaw) behind which there are 2 rows of molars.

With respect to its nutritional value, it delivers a significant a count of selenium, which is important for the prevention of cardiovascular illnesses and also stimulates the immune system.

Fishing Methods

Nets, line fishing and drag line

Similar Species

Mojarra, pointed bream, bread bream and raspallon.
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