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Neil Perry exclusive Glacier 51 Toothfish dinner, Rookpool – Sydney

February 26, 2014
From Qantas: Qantas epiQure invites you to experience the true taste of luxury. Join us for an exclusive event at Rockpool Sydney where Australia’s most influential chef, Neil Perry AM, will design a menu to showcase the highly prized Glacier 51 Patagonian Toothfish. The story of Glacier 51 is extraordinary! Isolated deep in the sub-Antarctic, a Read more »

Australian Award Winning Glacier 51 Toothfish to Make U.S. Debut

February 21, 2014
Toothfish fillets
PRESS RELEASE A WORLD FIRST: Award-winning, Glacier 51 Toothfish fillet by Austral Fisheries has been Certified ‘sustainable’ by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and rated ‘Best Choice’ by the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program® Patagonian Toothfish (Chilean Seabass) is back on the menu! Prior to launching Glacier 51 Toothfish in Australia in May 2013, Read more »

Glacier 51 toothfish – Great on the tooth!

February 11, 2014
Glacier 51 toothfish
The last of our 2013 blog posts is from a different point of view and comes from the December issue of Afloat magazine and was pieced by David Lockwood.  See below: One of the joys of angling is the eating.  Fish you have caught, cleaned and cooked yourself taste better.  But there are some species that are Read more »

Glacier 51 toothfish at Good Food Month, Sydney

February 7, 2014
Glacier 51 toothfish. Good Food Month Sydney
October saw Good Food Month come to Sydney, and Glacier 51 toothfish was showcased at the Campbelltown Catholic Club at an event called Producers Go Clubbing.  Our good friend John Susman from FishTales was MC for the night, which hosted a range of top Australian producers and ‘foodies’ alike.  Executive Chef Paul Rifkin cooked up Read more »

Glacier 51 toothfish at Cleanfish Australia, Sydney

February 4, 2014
G51 toothfish at Cleanfish market Sydney
We have stolen this piece of writing from Does My Bomb Look Big In This, who wants to save the world – one meal at a time! “Ask any of the top restaurants in Sydney where their seafood comes from, and chances are many of them will say Joto Fresh Fish, especially if they’re serving sustainable Read more »