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Mahi Mahi

Mahimahi populations are resilient to fishing since they grow quickly, spawn frequently, and have large ranges. These fish are caught with hook and line (low bycatch) and longlines (high bycatch). The U.S. South Atlantic fishery has shown welcome initiative to establish management for this species, which is largely unregulated elsewhere.

Depending on how it is caught, MahiMahi is classed differently by various sustainability rating systems. Their flesh is soft and oily, similar to sardines. The body is slightly, slender and long. They are fast swimmers and can reach 57 mp/h (93 km/h).


Commercial name

Mahi Mahi

Latin name

Coryphaena hippurus


Sri Lanka/Senegal

Catching area

FAO 51, FAO 57, FAO 34

Fish Properties

Whole / G&G / Fillet


100% Fish

Nutritional Values

Energetic value 89 Kcal / 374 KJ – Proteins 18,9 g – Carbohydrate 0 g – Fat 0,9 g


Polystyrene 5kg-10kg-15kg-20kg