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How long does fish last in the freezer vacuum sealed?

Asked: Thomas Pigeon, Last Updated:

Two years When vacuum-sealed and properly stored in the freezer, fish can last for as long as two years. If frozen fish is properly thawed, there should be little to no difference in texture when compared to fresh fish.

FAQ

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    About 3 to 4 days Smoked herring that has been continuously refrigerated will keep for about 3 to 4 days.

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