Saltwater Sea Bass

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Saltwater Sea Bass

The Saltwater Sea Bass is cultivated through a farming process that adheres to the GAP standards, ensuring quality and sustainability. This farming source is strategically located within close proximity to the sea, enhancing the natural environment for the Sea Bass.

 

Seabass breeding standards

In order to ensure the production of high-quality and healthy sea bass, a breeding and nursery pond will be established, operating on a sterile pond system. Stringent standards will be implemented, with regular inspections conducted every hour to monitor the condition and well-being of the baby sea bass.


Pond management standards

The pond will undergo a procedure of sterilization using microorganisms to maintain its cleanliness and sterility for a duration of 1 week.

 

Water management Standards

Once the pond is made ready, the water is directed into it and its quality is assessed to ensure it is suitable for raising sea bass. The pH and oxygen levels are among the parameters measured to determine the optimal conditions required for the successful cultivation of sea bass.

 

Farming quantity standards

Determining the quantity of sea bass for farming purposes involves calculating the suitable number of fish per pond. This is crucial in ensuring the quality of sea bass growth and preventing infections in the pond. Therefore, it is essential to determine the appropriate quantity of sea bass for each pond.


Food standards

The food utilized for cultivating sea bass must be free from any chemicals or synthetic additives. It is a natural and well-balanced diet specifically designed for the optimal growth of sea bass. This nourishment ensures that the sea bass has high-quality, delectable, and succulent meat.

 

Farming inspection standards

The farm staff keep meticulous records of the daily checks carried out at every stage of rearing to ensure compliance with standards. Health checks are also carried out on the sea bass as part of this process.


Sea bass catching standards

The guidelines for catching sea bass provide for measures to ensure that the fish are not bruised or killed. This includes lowering the water level and catching the fish in the cooler morning hours to avoid possible damage.

Standards for determining the size of sea bass

We use a scale to determine the desired standard size for sea bass.

 

Transportation from farm to factory

The transportation of sea bass from the farm to the factory takes place in a vehicle designed for the transportation of live sea bass to the factory to obtain 100% freshness.

 

Extracting the blood to enhance the fish's quality, eliminating any fishy taste and making the meat more delectable
We use a unique technique to ensure that the fish meat is both delicious and free of any fishy flavor. The nerves are carefully severed to prevent the fish from experiencing stress, resulting in a truly delicious meat. In addition, the blood is carefully removed from the fish to eliminate any unpleasant odor, making it ideal for raw consumption and fine dining. To preserve the quality and freshness of the meat, it is carefully soaked in water, vacuum sealed and immersed in water at a temperature of -2 degrees Celsius before finally being frozen at an ultra-low temperature of -100 degrees Celsius.

 

Flash Freezing Technology

The freezing system ensures the preservation of sea bass quality, allowing it to remain 100% fresh and suitable for long-term storage. Our approach involves utilizing the Flash Freezing Technology system, which operates at an ultra-low temperature of -100 degrees Celsius.

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