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How long can you keep frozen mackerel?

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Frozen mackerel, properly glazed and kept in cold storage at -30°C, will keep in good condition for at least 6 months. Cold storage life can be extended up to 1 year when mackerel are packed in polyethylene bags that are topped up with water and frozen in vertical plate freezers.

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