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Lumpfish roe in piping bags

Easy to dose, re-seal and store

Lumpfish roe is the perfect garnish, adding elegance and a touch of luxury to any seafood serving – and with our new piping bags, it has never been easier to dose, re-seal and store!

Lumpfish roe gives an intense burst of pleasant, fresh and sea salt flavours from the northern seas in the mouth. The small pearls burst open with a crisp pop and release the intense umami flavour. Lumpfish roe is naturally high in the healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, iodine and potassium.

Easy to dose, easy to store

With our new and improved packaging, our MSC-certified lumpfish roe is now available in piping bags, that come in 2 sizes:

  • 250 g piping bag with clip included to re-seal
  • 1 kg piping bag in blue industrial plastic, fit for high-risk areas

The bags are easy to cut open and ready to use in a matter of seconds. After use, simply close the bag with the included clip and store chilled for up to 5 days. The products are available in our natural red colour and our AZO-free colour as well as our low salt variant with only 2,8% salt.

Product catalogue

Product catalogue

Explore all our products with lumpfish roe in piping bags here

Royal Greenland's lumpfish roe in piping bags is a high-quality product, that will save you both time and money in the kitchen: 

  • Timesaving: dose easily and precicely every time
  • Easy to store: re-seal with the convenient clip
  • Long shelf life: up to 5 days of shelf life after opening the bag
  • MSC-certified: fished in the cold and clean waters of West Greenland
  • Low salt: option of low salt of only 2,8%
  • Natural colouring: option of natural colouring (red only)

Cooking with lumpfish roe

Cooking with lumpfish roe

Lumpfish roe is ideal as garnish to seafood servings or served as a starter. Explore our recipes with lumpfish roe here. 

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