For a long time, there has been a debate regarding which is the premium fish in the ocean: farmed Barramundi Farm or Wild Catch Barramundi. Supply of fish though aquaculture is becoming more and more prominent. Barramundi farmers are varied in skillset; this explains why farmed fish sometimes get a bad rap. It’s important to know where your fish is coming from and who is growing it.
Consumers should learn who is farming their fish, and how they are doing it. Once you understand how the barramundi is farmed, you understand more about the quality. Is it farmed in deep water or shallow water?
As with numerous industries, there are always the leaders. To know and understand why specific companies are the leaders in their specific aquaculture products allows understanding about why farmed products can be so good. There are many great farms; two of our favourite being Cone Bay Barramundi and Humpty Doo Barramundi.
We will feature one of the best in this industry: Cone Bay Barramundi.
Cone Bay is a barramundi farm off the coast of Western Australia. It farms Australia’s best barramundi in deep sea fish farms. There are three stages in the Cone Bay Ocean Barramundi.
The juveniles are graded regularly for size and quality. Only the best of each group are transported directly to the farm, where they are then hand reared in the Cone Bay nursery. When they are at the perfect point of their development they are delicately moved to the grow-out ocean cages where they remain swimming against the twice daily tides. Tides ranging between seven and eleven meters flow through Cone Bay daily; this ensures that Cone Bay Ocean Barramundi are constantly swimming – just like they are in the wild.
The Cone Bay Ocean Barramundi are finally harvested directly from their sea-cages onto the harvest board, where the fish are packed and transported fresh to markets around Australia.
You can rest assured that Cone Bay farmers take ample pride in their product and the cleanliness of the meat is unsurpassed in the industry.
An Australian restaurateur and fishmonger is gearing up to take on the “antiquated” fishing industry through the launch of a new app-based seafood trading platform, raising $2 million in seed funding to help launch the product across the country.
ShoreTrade has raised $2 million in a seed funding round to launch a trading platform for the seafood industry. It aims to give buyers and fisheries more control than they are afforded by the existing system of buying and selling, allowing fisheries and fishermen to list and sell their catch direct to suppliers across Australia and Internationally.
Sydney startup ShoreTrade has raised $2 million in a seed funding round led by Investible to launch a trading platform for the seafood industry.
Huon Aquaculture is a Tasmanian Salmon Farming company aimed at sustainable processes towards Salmon farming.
ShoreTrade will transform the industry from a pen and paper world to an open marketplace. The current seafood supply chain is outdated and inadequate. ShoreTrade will bring the industry into the digital age and transfer the power and money into the hands of the fishermen and their customers.
Australians consume more salmon than any other fish on the market. If the delicious taste isn’t reason enough, the salmon’s health benefits are. Salmon is a source of high quality protein, Omega 3 fatty acids and Vitamin D. However, consumers tend to have certain questions about farmed salmon – we’re here to clarify all you need to know.
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