Atlantica Fresh Fish

 

Barramundi

Lates calcarifer

Also known as Asian Seabass, Barramundi is a delicious, flavorful white flake fish. It is raised in sea cages in the pristine waters off the Bali, Indonesia North Coast. The operation is vertically integrated with Brood Stock, Hatchery and Grow out. The focus of this aquaculture operation is on traceability and sustainability. The low stocking densities and high quality feed ingredients insure good growth and health of the fish. The organization also contributes to the social communities in the area and has funded a mobile eye clinic for the workers and local
citizens.

 

Mahi Mahi

Coryphaena hippurus

Also known as Dorado & Dolphinfish. This is a highly desired fish for consumers. The species is one of the fastest growing fish in waters around the world so the population remains stable. We import our mahi primarily from Central & South America, although there is some production in US waters, especially in the Atlantic during May.

 

Snapper, Grouper

Snapper, Grouper and other reef fish; most snappers are in Lutjanus genus and grouper in Epinephelus and Mycteroperca genera. They are found in tropical waters around the world. We source most of our fish from Central & South America. There are new US Government reporting laws to track the fish from the vessels to the US, which insures they come from legal fishing operations. Our fish are landed from one day fishing trips.

 

Frozen Wild Ecuador Shrimp

 

 

Frozen Chilean Sea Bass (Patagonian Tooth Fish)

Dissostichus eleginoites

The Patagonian Toothfish and Antarctic Toothfish(Dissosostichus mawsoni) are both commonly known as Chilean Seabass. Both come from the very Southern Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. We are members of COLTO, (Coalition of Legal Toothfish Operators), which was formed to promote Legal & Sustainable Toothfish resources. In today’s world, due to regulations, it is nearly impossible to land toothfish and ship internationally illegally caught fish.

 

Yellow Fin Tuna, Big Eye Tuna, Sword
Fish

Thunnus albacares/Thunnus obesus/Xiphias gladius)

These species are found around the world. We source our fresh products from, Ecuador, Chile, Brazil, South Africa, Maldives, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines & Tahiti. Our fish are caught by longline fishing vessels and not captured by nets. This has decreased the numbers of incidental catch. Longline caught fish have less stress during capture and are graded higher with fewer chemical changes. Each fish is graded before shipping.

 

Farmed Atlantic Salmon

Salmo solar

NORWAY, ICELAND, SCOTLAND

Salmon is one of the most popular fish in the world. Classified as an oily fish, salmon, in addition of its delicious taste is considered heart healthy due to the fish's high protein, high omega-3 fatty acids, and high vitamin D contents.

Whiting

Argentina

 

Akaroa King Salmon

Oncorhynchus tshawytsch

New Zealand

Also known as Chinook. This fish was introduced to New Zealand from wild stocks in North Pacific. The fish are raised in sea cages in the clear waters near Christchurch, NZ. Akaroa owns its own hatchery and follows Best Manufacturing Practices for sustainability. The high quality ingredients used in their fish feeds including fish meal and fish oil are from sustainable fisheries. The high omega 3 oils in Akaroa salmon make it an excellent choice for healthy eating. Due to the feed used in the process, the flavor is highly desirable to salmon consumers.

 

King Klip

Genypterus capensis

 

Arctic Char

Salvelinus Alpinus

ICELAND

Arctic Char has been found in the lakes and rivers of Iceland since Viking settlers came to the country in the year 874. The crystal clear waters of Iceland provide the world's most natural breeding grounds for the Arctic Char. Apart from the delicious taste (similar to salmon and/or trout) it is high in protein, vitamins, minerals and polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids. The Char is certified by Aqua Gap.