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Better than fresh, in many ways!

Today’s technology around the world, ensures that the fish that you pull out of the freezer is delicious, nutritious, more economical & often better for the environment & fishermen than fresh-caught seafood.

How so?

REDUCE YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: Fresh fish needs to be shipped by air to reach most consumers across the world. Frozen however, can be freighted by ship, rail or truck with significantly lower environmental impact.

KEEPS FISHERMEN SAFER: Without the urgent pressure to deliver fresh fish immediately, fishermen can have a safer timeline in which to bring their catch from sea to table. They also can choose to fish only in the best conditions.

REDUCE WASTE IN PROCESSING: By freezing fish at sea, fishermen can use economies of scale to consolidate processing, adding value with volume to the total utilization of the fish.

USE ONLY WHAT YOU NEED: Pulling from the freezer exactly the amount you need – when you need it – you avoid wasting highly perishable fresh fish.

GET THE BEST SEAFOOD YEAR ROUND: Taste & nutrition are locked in when fish is frozen at sea, and you’re never restricted to just what’s available fresh today.


How to store frozen seafood?

Most of the seafood that you buy from Boemi will come to you pre-packaged in a vacuum sealed bag. Store it in your freezer for up to five months. Do not refreeze, as you will lose quality.

How to thaw frozen seafood?

Thaw frozen seafood in the refrigerator overnight, placing it in a dish to catch any water that melts off. Avoid thawing at room temperature or in warm water as it will negatively affect the texture.


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