IQF B. (Individually Quick Frozen)
FAO Zone 04 Trawl Traw
B. Seine Light Purse
Freezing Zone A. Frozen Sea/Board
B. Frozen Land
A. Fishing/Bait-Grade A.
B. Grade A/B for Market Sale
Grade C for Canning
18-22CM,22-25CM,23-25CM,25-33CM Size A
B. 100-130G, 130-160G, 150-200G, 200-300G, 300-500G; B. 100-130G, 130-160G, 150-200G, 200-300G, 300-500G; B. 100-130
PCS/KG: 8-10,6-8,4-6,3-5,2-3 PCS/KG: 8-10,6-8,4-6,3-5,2-3 PCS/KG: 8-10,6
100 percent NW, 95 percent NW, 90 percent NW, N.W./Glazing
10KGS/CTN, 20KGS/CTN BQF Bulk Packaging
Identification and Biology: The escolar is a dark brown creature that gets darker with age until it’s completely black. It’s a fast-swimming fish with numerous finlets and a noticeable lateral keel. It can reach a length of 2 meters and weighs between 30 and 50 kilograms.It can be found in deep tropical and temperate waters (200–885 m) all over the world. It’s a common catch in Australia and New Zealand’s coastal seas.
The escolar, like its related the oilfish, is consumed in a number of European and Asian countries, as well as the United States. Neither fish metabolizes the wax esters found in their food, resulting in a high oil content in the fish’s muscular meat.1. We have been in the seafood industry for over 15 years. Escolar Fish
2. Our company has a 6000-square-meter footprint and a daily production of 150 metric tons.
3. We operate our own processing and refrigeration facilities.
4. We have a cool room that can hold over 10,000 tons of frozen fish.
Have you ever been informed that eating a particular meal will make you sick? Basically, they’re saying that that pizza you just ate might cause you some sort of health problem down the future. However, some foods can make you sick very quickly after you eat them.
I’m not even referring about food that has gone bad, but rather food that is frequently consumed fresh. Escolar, often known as Oilfish, is a species of fish that many people think is delicious but is actually bad for you. Because it is a popular fish in some circles, escolar is commonly found at restaurants, particularly sushi bars. Even if it is presented publicly, you should always use caution when eating this fish.
In the flesh of a few fish species, there are large quantities of indigestible wax esters. These wax esters can build up in the rectum, causing keriorrhea, which is an unpleasant oily diarrhea. This sickness has been linked to two fish species: Lepidocybium flavobrunneum and Ruvettus pretiosus, also known as escolar and oilfish, respectively. Because both of these species are Gempylidae, the wax esters have been dubbed “gempylotoxin.” Symptoms usually appear within a few hours of ingestion and might linger for many days. Different jurisdictions view both of these fish differently, with some, like as Japan and Italy, now banning them. Escolar Fish
Because this fish is so huge, it’s frequently sold in cross-section steaks. The photo specimen was a medium-sized steak that measured 3/4 inch thick, 3-3/4 inch wide, 7 inches high, and weighted 9 ounces. It was wild fished in Taiwan.
This is an extraordinarily tasty fish, one that has people raving about it and prompting many people to order seconds. This is a terrible plan (see Health and Nutrition). The meat is soft and mild, but has enough flavor to keep things interesting, as well as a rich and satisfying mouth feel. It can be prepared in a variety of ways, from grilling to poaching. Escolar has long been a popular sushi fish, however it is currently illegal to sell or possess this fish in Japan, due to the threat of extinction. Escolar Fish