Seafood in brine

Prawns, crayfish tails and surimi with brine of your choice

Naajaq Seafood offers various seafood products in brine in tub sizes from 100 g to 10 kg. The range of different brine mixtures is extensive and customers can choose products with or without preservatives, natural sweeteners or with added flavour, such as chilli and dill, to meet different tastes. 

The majority of the cold-water prawns are supplied by our own BRC approved factories in Greenland, and all raw material is tested on intake by our own laboratory. 

A variety of species can be offered (Pandalus borealis, Pandalus montagui, Pandalus jordani) and each type of brine is carefully prepared to enhance the natural flavour and texture of the individual product.

Polar Seafood - The World of Seafood

With its head office in Nuuk Greenland, Polar Seafood is the largest privately owned fishing company operating in Greenland.
Polar Seafood is one of Scandinavia's strongest suppliers of a wide range of seafood products suitable for processors, wholesalers, caterers and retail customers. Cold-water prawns, Greenland halibut, redfish, cod etc. are caught by Polar Seafood's own modern trawler fleet.
Our processing factories in Greenland and Denmark are Higher Level BRC.

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Fine seafood for more than 30 years

Naajaq Seafood A/S is specialised in fine seafood products and is a worldwide competitive supplier to the retail and wholesale trade as well as the catering industry. The wide range of frozen and brined seafood products include prawns, crayfish tails and surimi. Naajaq uses the latest processing and packing technology, giving it the cutting edge in offering an individual and bespoken finished product for each and every customer. 

Naajaq Seafood A/S

Contact us

Naajaq Seafood A/S
H. E. Bluhmes Vej 30
DK-6700 Esbjerg
Tel: +45 75 13 88 55
Fax: +45 75 12 18 19

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