Fresh Mahi Mahi
Seasons / Availability
Mahi Mahi is available most of the year, but supply has become more limited because of the high demand. Much of the Hawaiian mahi mahi is sold to us through the fish auctions in Honolulu and Hilo while the Latin American mahi is imported and flown directly to us on a daily basis.
The average serving size for mahi mahi is one half pound. Our mahi fillet is presented skin-on, bone-less and will be 1 to 1 ½ inches thick. If eaten as sushi, the serving size can be reduced.
A 3.5 oz portion of mahi mahi has 120 calories, 26 grams of protein, 0 carbohydrates, 1 gram of fat and 0 fiber. Mahi Mahi is an excellent source of Selenium, Niacin, Vitamin B6 and Potassium.
Did you know?
Mahi Mahi are found around the globe in tropical and subtropical waters. It’s a top predator in the food chain and eats a variety of sea life including crabs, shrimp, squid, and mackerel. Most fish range in size between 10 and 30 lbs., and are predominately line-caught in Hawaii, Costa Rica and Ecuador. Mahi Mahi is a schooling, pelagic fish found in offshore waters and is well known for its arial acrobatic displays and fighting ability. They live for about 5 years.