The Only Authorized Distributor in Canada
Marinated Alligator Meat Prime Fillet
City Fish, the only authorized Distributor of Alligator Meat in Canada, proudly presents “Marinated Alligator Fillet”. Imported from Palmetto, Louisiana, U.S.A., each alligator is filleted and processed utilizing a needle-point-tenderizer, then marinated with a special blend of mild herbs and spices to enhance its flavor and no further tenderize. The advanced processing technique and versatile uses of the alligator fillet creates an ideal “low fat” alternative for your recipes.
After inspection by the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry Red Meat Inspection Program, the product is then vacuum packaged and cryogenically frozen in one pound packs, complete with UPC coding.
Boneless Alligator Fillet, Water, Salt, Natural Extracts of Herbs and Spices, Sodium Tripolyphosphate.
Packing Specifications :
Pack Size: 1 lb per pack / Case Size: 12 lbs per case / Pallet Size: 120 cases
Interesting Facts you should know about Alligator Meat:
If you are looking for healthy meat as an alternative to fish, chicken, or pork, alligator meat is what you should opt for. In fact, in certain parts of the earth, the consumption of alligator meat is quite common, almost as common as beef, this meat is nutritious and good to taste.
The health benefits of alligator meat are obvious from its low carbohydrate content, high protein content, low saturated fat content, high iron content, and less calories. Thus, it reduces the risk of obesity and diabetes.
It has low cholesterol and is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. So, it is good for the heart.
It also contains many important vitamins and minerals.
According to the Classical Chinese Materia Medica, which was written during the Ming dynasty, it is believed that the alligator meat is good for human body and can help cure cold and asthma. Modern studies also show that eating alligator meat can improve body immunity, strengthen bones and muscles. It nourishes your lung and is traditionally used to cure asthma and coughing problems.
4 ounces of raw alligator meat contains:
PROTEIN: 17 grams
TOTAL FAT: 1.5 grams
SATURATED FAT: 0.5 gram
CHOLESTEROL: 40 milligrams
CARBOHYDRATES: 1 gram
Alligator meat is high in dietary fiber and is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. It also contains phosphorus, potassium, vitamin B12, niacin, and monounsaturated fatty acids.
Handling and Preservation:
Alligator meat can be cooked in many different ways and can be used for making fillets, sausages, stews, steaks, soups, and hamburger patties. Generally, in many restaurants, the alligator meats are baked, sautéed‚ grilled or fried, and served as a main entrée.
Alligator meats are usually sold frozen. Always keep alligator meat in the freezer until it is ready to be used.
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