Common name: Mahi- Mahi / Dorado   |  Scientific Name: Coryphaena Hippurus

Catch Area: FAO 77 / 41  |  Prepared in: Spain

Packaging: Slices in bag of 800 grams, Portions with skin and without skin, packaging of 800 grams, Fillets IQF - IWP

Mahi Mahi



The Mahi Mahi or Dorado (Coryphaena Hippurus) is an ocean species inhabiting the surface of open waters in the high seas (5 to 10 meters deep) which forms schools that carry out long migrations, so that occasionally we can find them near the coast.


Dorado is present in warm tropical and subtropical waters, between 18ºC and 27ºC. It is a very common species in the west coast of North America, Hawaii, the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and Panama, the Caribbean Sea, South America, the Gulf of Mexico, the coast of Florida, the Atlantic, West Africa, the Sea from South China and Southeast Asia, and many other places around the world (Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans).


Nutritional table

Nutritional values

Amount per serving


Total Fat

Saturated fat






Serving Size: 3.5 oz

Calories 85    Calories from Fat 6.3


0.70g - 1%

0.2g - 1%

73mg - 24%

18.50g - 37%

1.13mg - 6%

88mg - 4%


* Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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