OUR PRODUCTS

We buy all product from all the fish retailers nationwide. After we carry high quality chilled fish is iced in insulated boxes and transported in reefer trucks to our factory.  After Utmost care has given at the factory by trained quality controllers while grading and packing  fish under hygienic conditions and  also  performance lab testing before  Packing.  We use excellent and best packing material (Polypropylene Bags) to keep quality of the fish till it’s delivered to markets. Once packing has done again we carrying out by reefer trucks to the airport  or harbor to ship out to different destinations. We ship more than 2000 kg shipments to the far eastern market in twice or thrice a month.  

  • SHARK FINS – DRY

We buy fish from Sri Lankan fish dealers and dry them clean After drying thoroughly we store them cooler rooms and finally packing properly before  Quality  check. 

Chinese  make  high quality soup by using Shark fins.  A expensive soup using  Shark fins and  they like  Shark fin soup is a traditional soup or stewed dish found in Chinese cuisine.  It is commonly served at special occasions such as weddings and banquets.

  • FISH GILLS (MANTA) – DRY

We buy them from Sri Lankan Fish sellers and  dry them properly. After drying We buy them from Sri Lankan Fish sellers and  dry them properly. After drying thoroughly we store them cooler rooms and finally packing properly before Quality  check. Manta is used for traditional Chinese medicine.

  • FISH GROUPER

The good: This food is low in Saturated Fat. It is also a good source of Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Phosphorus and Potassium, and a very good source of Protein and Selenium. The bad: This food is high in Cholesterol. The Amino Acid Score has not been corrected for digestibility, which could reduce its value.

  • FISH MAHI

Mahi is a low-calorie fish with plenty of health benefits and contains a high amount of protein, vitamins and minerals. Each serving is around 134 calories (depending on how it’s prepared), with most of the calories coming from protein. The fish contains vitamin B-5 and B-6, which supports healthy cell function and controls metabolism. Vitamins B-5 and B-6 are also beneficial to brain function and mood by helping to produce neurotransmitters and hormones. Selenium and potassium are both minerals found in this fish, which helps the body to fight disease and support the immune system.

  • FISH SNAPPER

Red snapper is a low-calorie, high-protein fish that contains all nine essential amino acids. It’s also packed with Vitamins D and E, the minerals magnesium and selenium, and is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. It does have moderately high levels of mercury, however, which can pose a health risk.

  • TUNA

If you love sushi then you will understand the distinctive flavour of tuna, and why it is sought after. Tuna is a popular saltwater fish that is extensively used in Asian cuisines, as well as in other continents like Australia and Europe. Tuna fish are of varying species and are found all over the world oceans such as blue fin, yellow fin, bullet tuna, to name a few. The life of tuna fish varies from three to five years though some are known to have lived for more than two decades. They are comparatively easy to catch, and goes in the making of delicious dishes like steaks, salads, burgers, and the like. There are eight species of tuna, all of which are nomadic, which means that they keep migrating. They are easily found in temperate and subtropical waters of Atlantic Ocean, black waters and the Mediterranean Sea. They are supplied to all the parts of the world especially Japan and Australia, and are now also listed under the category of endangered species as they are hunted persistently throughout the year. The fish is a powerhouse of essential nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, potassium, magnesium, iron, vitamin A, B6 and B12, and as such is beneficial for health.

  • LOBSTERS

They caught alive and sold alive and safe. Maine lobster has softer meat and a finer flavor than their spiny cousins and allow Chinese consumers to return to old recipes – lobster is often steamed and dipped in wasabi and soy sauce, or eaten with noodles and garlic sauce. Maine lobster is often called “Boston Lobster” on Chinese menus. 

  • SEA CUCUMBER – DRY

These are used either fresh or dried in various dishes in China. Dried sea cucumber is rehydrated and added to recipes likes soups, stews and stir-fries. Sea cucumbers can also be eaten raw, pickled or fried.

The sea cucumber has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat high blood pressure and fatigue to constipation and impotence.

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