Fish

Cur­rent­ly, the plant tech­nol­o­gy is opti­mised for sea bass and gilt­head. Both are among the best-known edi­ble fish in Europe. They are rich in pro­tein, very low in fat and are ide­al for a health-con­scious diet due to their low calo­rie con­tent. The meat of the fish is prac­ti­cal­ly bone­less, white and ten­der and can be eas­i­ly pre­pared into a tasty dish.

European bass

Dicen­trar­chus labrax, Ori­gin: Mediter­ranean Sea
Nutri­tion­al val­ues per 100 g: 99 kcal | 0 g car­bo­hy­drates | 20 g pro­tein | 2,5 g fat

Gilt-head bream

Sparus aura­ta, Ori­gin: Mediter­ranean Sea
Nutri­tion­al val­ues per 100 g: 96 kcal | 0 g car­bo­hy­drates | 20 g pro­tein | 2 g fat

 

Both the sophis­ti­cat­ed water treat­ment and the opti­mal hus­bandry con­di­tions guar­an­tee the wel­fare of the ani­mals and species-friend­ly breed­ing. The feed used is cer­ti­fied organ­ic and is sub­ject to reg­u­lar inspec­tions. Thus, the fish pro­duced in the SEAWATER Cube is demon­stra­bly free of crit­i­cised feed addi­tives as well as envi­ron­men­tal influ­ences of the open sea (e.g. heavy met­als, heavy oil, microplas­tics). It has the high­est fresh­ness and “sashi­mi qual­i­ty”, so it can be eat­en raw.

The technology will in future be adapted for the following fish species

Yellowtail Kingfish

 

Black Tiger Shrimp

 

Red Snapper

 

Malabar Grouper