Ugly fish with sweet meat proves a treat

July 5, 2013
Daily Telegraph July 5, 2013 IT’S got a face only a mother could love, but the wild-caught Patagonian toothfish is the new premier protein, fetching $50-$60kg wholesale and setting restaurant diners back $35 or more for a 80g-120g dish. Since the recent launch of the Glacier 51 toothfish brand, top-end restaurants have been lapping up Read more »

A Toothsome Meal: Broadsheet Sydney

June 15, 2013
June 2013, written by Jane De Graaff for Broadsheet After years of illegal fishing saw the Toothfish heading for commercial extinction, Glacier 51 has introduced a sustainable product that’s showing up on menus all over Sydney. Forget the Piranha, it’s the Patagonian Toothfish – with its creepy grin and jagged rows of needle-like chompers – Read more »

Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Food

May 28, 2013
Ten years ago, Patagonian toothfish conjured images of illegal fishing and endangered species. Now, one of the world’s rarest, hardest-to-catch fish is about to land in restaurants and, in about six months, in shops. The Australian government has patrolled its territorial waters to keep out illegal fishers and Austral Fisheries, which now has a 2500-kilogram Read more »

Glacier 51 Launches at Noosa Food & Wine Festival 2013

May 17, 2013
Daily Telegraph May 17, 2013 IT’S Australia’s most dangerous catch, a monster from the deep hauled out of our icy Antarctic waters more than 4000km from the mainland. The journey to get to the grounds for the Patagonian toothfish takes more than a week and boats stay out for more than 70 days at a time. Now, Read more »