New Zealand Hoki has a long, thin body with a tapering tails. It is a member of the Hake family, and can be found off the west coast of New Zealand's South Island and South Australia. New Zealand Hoki is considered one of the best managed trawl fisheries in the world, certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). The population of Hoki has more than doubled since 2001. It is a a fast growing fish.
Hoki has delicate white flesh with a fine flake and high fat content.