SEAWATER FISH

Fish species variety

Our sys­tem is desi­gned for the aquacul­tu­re of salt­wa­ter fishes. The­se are very deman­ding in terms of fil­ter tech­no­lo­gy and only grow under the best con­di­ti­ons. With our cir­cu­la­ti­on tech­no­lo­gy, we can pro­vi­de ide­al con­di­ti­ons for both Euro­pean and exo­tic sea fish spe­ci­es in the SEAWATER Cube and rai­se them in a healt­hy and sta­ble man­ner. Due to the decen­tra­li­zed pro­duc­tion of tho­se spe­ci­es, trans­por­ta­ti­on rou­tes can be redu­ced and the envi­ron­ment is pro­tec­ted. In addi­ti­on, sea fish has valu­able nut­ri­ents and is cha­rac­te­ri­zed by a pure, tas­ty meat and appe­aling body shape. As a result, the­se fish spe­ci­es are not only visual­ly ele­gant, but also con­vin­ce con­su­mers abo­ve all with their exqui­si­te tas­te and their nut­ri­tio­nal value. For ope­ra­tors of recir­cu­la­ted aquacul­tu­re sys­tems, sea fish is also inte­res­ting becau­se of its attrac­ti­ve mar­ket prices.

Commercially proven

European seabass

Dicen­trar­chus labrax

Gilt-head seabream

Spa­rus aurata

 

Barra­mundi

Lates cal­ca­rifer

 

Technical adaptation planned

Yellowtail Kingfish

Red Snapper

Black Tiger Prawn

PURE AND FINE

SEAWATER Fish grows up in crys­tal clear water without nega­ti­ve influ­en­ces from the envi­ron­ment (e.g. hea­vy metals, hea­vy oils, micro­plastics) and without the use of anti­bio­tics. The ani­mals have a pure tas­te (no „off-fla­vor due to clou­dy water) and and can be sold direct­ly. Thanks to the short trans­port rou­tes, the fish is abso­lute­ly fresh, will be deli­ve­r­ed unf­ro­zen and can be con­su­med raw (sushi).

Fur­ther qua­li­ty cha­rac­te­ris­tics:
▪ 10–14 days of fresh­ness (0°C on ice)
▪ No „fishy smell“
▪ Shiny, firm skin
▪ Clean, unin­ju­red fins
▪ Red glowing gills
▪ Clear and plump eyes

FISH IN DIRECT SALES

The tra­di­tio­nal fish tra­de is often opa­que and dif­fi­cult to under­stand. Fishes (from catch or aquacul­tu­re in net cages) often cover long distan­ces on their jour­ney to the con­su­mers‘ pla­tes. After lan­ding in the port or being impor­ted by air freight, they are often auc­tion­ed in lar­ge mar­ket halls. This is fol­lo­wed by repa­ck­a­ging, fur­ther trans­ports and nume­rous inter­me­di­a­ries. The­se pro­ces­ses neit­her respect the high-qua­li­ty of fish, nor do they pro­tect the envi­ron­ment or offer con­su­mers transparency

SEAWATER Fish takes the direct sales approach. Sin­ce Janu­a­ry 2020 we have been mar­ke­ting our fish direct­ly to end con­su­mer via a fac­to­ry sale and our online shop. We also sup­ply the ups­ca­le gas­tro­no­my. Our cus­to­mers have a wide ran­ge of pro­ducts to choo­se from – becau­se lots of pro­duct varia­ti­ons can be crea­ted out of one type of fish by fil­le­ting, smo­king and boiling.

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