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1. Tuna (1)

Tuna is a saltwater predator fish species that have a wide variety of species. Having a variety of sizes, colors and intensity of flavor. Tuna can be found in temperate and subtropical waters in Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean and Black Sea. Indonesia is one of country with the largest tuna fishing and has been exported to Thailand, Tiongkok, Japan, Amerika Serikat, & Uni Eropa.

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100/200 GR 200/300 GR
300/500 GR 500/700 GR
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2. Tuna (2)

Tuna is a saltwater predator fish species that have a wide variety of species. Having a variety of sizes, colors and intensity of flavor. Tuna can be found in temperate and subtropical waters in Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean and Black Sea. Indonesia is one of country with the largest tuna fishing and has been exported to Thailand, Tiongkok, Japan, Amerika Serikat, & Uni Eropa.

Size
100/200 GR 200/300 GR
300/500 GR 500/700 GR
700/1000 GR
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3. Tuna (3)

Tuna is a saltwater predator fish species that have a wide variety of species. Having a variety of sizes, colors and intensity of flavor. Tuna can be found in temperate and subtropical waters in Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean and Black Sea. Indonesia is one of country with the largest tuna fishing and has been exported to Thailand, Tiongkok, Japan, Amerika Serikat, & Uni Eropa.

Size
100/200 GR 200/300 GR
300/500 GR 500/700 GR
700/1000 GR
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4. Tuna (4)

Tuna is a saltwater predator fish species that have a wide variety of species. Having a variety of sizes, colors and intensity of flavor. Tuna can be found in temperate and subtropical waters in Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean and Black Sea. Indonesia is one of country with the largest tuna fishing and has been exported to Thailand, Tiongkok, Japan, Amerika Serikat, & Uni Eropa.

Size
100/200 GR 200/300 GR
300/500 GR 500/700 GR
700/1000 GR
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5. Cobia

The cobia (Rachycentron canadum) is a carnivorous marine fish that can reach a maximum size of 6 feet (183 cm) and 150 pounds (68 kg). This fish is widespread from the Indo-Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean to the south.

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100/200 GR 200/300 GR
300/500 GR 500/700 GR
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6. Swordfish (1)

Swordfish has no scales and no teeth. Swordfish has a lot of nutritional value, every 3-ounce serving provides 566 units of vitamin D, or 93 percent of the daily value. Protein of Swordfish is important to maintain your muscle mass.

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100/200 GR 200/300 GR
300/500 GR 500/700 GR
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7. Swordfish (2)

Swordfish has no scales and no teeth. Swordfish has a lot of nutritional value, every 3-ounce serving provides 566 units of vitamin D, or 93 percent of the daily value. Protein of Swordfish is important to maintain your muscle mass.

Size
100/200 GR 200/300 GR
300/500 GR 500/700 GR
700/1000 GR
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8. Marlin

Marlin is one of several species of big fish. This fish comes from a family Istiophoridae (order Perciformes) which has an elongated body, nose, fins, backs and snout. Marlin is a carnivorous fish species that can be found in tropical and subtropical areas of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian near from the surface to a depth of 915 m (3,002 ft). Marlin is a big fish with a body length reaches a maximum of 4.65 m and weighs 750 kg.

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100/200 GR 200/300 GR
300/500 GR 500/700 GR
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9. MILKFISH

Code : IWP0100108

The milkfish or Ikan Bandeng (Chanos chanos) is the sole living species in the family Chanidae. However, there are at least five extinct genera from the Cretaceous.

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10. Frozen Whole Round Cuttlefish IQF IWP 10kg/MC

Code : IWP0100089

Cuttlefish have large, W-shaped pupils, eight arms, and two tentacles furnished with denticulated suckers, with which they secure their prey. They generally range in size from 15 to 25 cm (6 to 10 in), with the largest species, Sepia apama, reaching 50 cm (20 in) in mantle length and over 10.5 kg (23 lb) in mass.

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11. Frozen Whole Cleaned Cuttlefish IQF IWP 9kg/MC

Code : IWP0100090

Cuttlefish have large, W-shaped pupils, eight arms, and two tentacles furnished with denticulated suckers, with which they secure their prey. They generally range in size from 15 to 25 cm (6 to 10 in), with the largest species, Sepia apama, reaching 50 cm (20 in) in mantle length and over 10.5 kg (23 lb) in mass.

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12. Cuttlefish

Code : IWP0100075

Cuttlefish or "fish" are animals that live in waters, especially rivers and seas or lakes. These animals can be found in almost all large waters, both fresh water, brackish water, and salt water at varying depths, from near the surface to several thousand meters below the surface. Cuttlefish is also a type of seafood.

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13. Frozen Silver Silago Fish Block Frozen 10kg/MC

Code : IWP0100092

Also known as Common Asohos, Common Sillago, Common Whiting, Indian Whiting, Northern Whiting, Sand Borer, Sand-smelt, Sand-whiting, Sillago-whiting, Silver Whiting, Smelt, Trumpeter Whiting, Whiting.
Found in over mud or sandy depressions, of inshore waters, moving along estuaries, mangroves, sand-bars and sand flats, at high tide to feed. Adults will bury in the sand when threatened. They feed on invertebrates. Length - 30cm, Depth - 0-60m. Widespread Indo-West Pacific.

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14. Frozen Areolate Grouper Block

Code : IWP0100093

The areolate grouper is a large fish (up to 47 cm long, 1.4 kg) that lives near coral reefs. Its coloration is whitish to gray with rounded brownish spots. It is identifiable by a narrow, white, straight margin on its truncate tail. It has 11 dorsal spines, 15-17 dorsal soft rays, 3 anal spines and 8 anal soft rays.

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15. Frozen Kingfish (Tenggiri)

Code : IWP0100095

The king mackerel (Scomberomorus cavalla) or kingfish is a medium-sized fish, typically encountered from 5 to 14 kg (30 lb), but is known to exceed 40 kg (90 lb). The entire body is covered with very small, hardly visible, loosely attached scales. The first (spiny) dorsal fin is entirely colorless and is normally folded back into a body groove, as are the pelvic fins. The lateral line starts high on the shoulder, dips abruptly at mid-body and then continues as a wavy horizontal line to the tail.

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16. Skipjack Tuna

Code : IWP0100076

The skipjack tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis, is a medium-sized perciform fish in the tuna family, Scrombridae. It is otherwise known as the aku, arctic bonito, mushmouth, oceanic bonito, str

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17. Baby Tuna

Code : IWP0100098

Tuna, or tunny, loins are the largest cuts of meat that processors cut from a whole tuna fish. Some food experts advise that a cook take special care while handling raw or frozen tuna.

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18. Lethrinidae (Fish)

Code : IWP0100074

Lencam fish (Lethrinidae) are marine fish belonging to the Lethrinidae family known as emperor fish. This fish is a group of fish targeted by fishermen who are used as consumption fish. Other names for this fish in various regions in Indonesia are asual fish, asuan, gotila, gopo, ketamba lencam, sun, ramin and elbow.

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19. Frozen Muroaji

Code : IWP0100100

Decapterus is a genus of marine fishes in the family of jack family. Carangidae, commonly known as mackerel scads, round scads, or horse mackerel. They are found throughout the world.

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20. Frozen Mackerel

Code : IWP0100077

Mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson) or in Indonesia known as Ikan Tenggiri has tender and good quality of meat. Its body covered with small and light scales and its green-bluish.

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21. Red Snapper

Code : IWP0100068

Red snapper (Lutjanus bitaeniatus) is a species of snapper found in Indonesia. This fish is found mainly in the East Indian Ocean and is only known from a few specimens collected in Indonesia (near Sumatra and Sulawesi). Adult fish inhabit deeper reef areas. They live solitary or in small groups

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22. Grouper

Code : IWP0100083

Grouper is caught in the Indonesian Water from Java, Bali and NTB by using hand line which give a low impact to our ocean and endangered species.

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23. Frozen Lizard Fish Block Frozen 10kg/MC

Code : IWP0100091

Lizardfish, any of about 57 species of marine fish of the family Synodontidae, found primarily in the tropics. Lizardfish are elongated with rounded bodies and scaly heads. They grow to a maximum length of about 50 centimetres (20 inches) and are characteristically mottled or blotched to blend with their surroundings. Most lizardfish live in shallow water. They tend to frequent sandy or muddy areas, and sometimes lie partly buried in the bottom.

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24. Octopus

Code : IWP0100066

Known as the chameleon of the sea, octopus is a boneless sea creature that is considered as a delicacy in many countries. Not only it tastes good and has low saturated fat, octopus consumption also promotes cardiovascular health and stimulates high cognitive system.

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25. Squid

Code : IWP0100070

Squid are a group of large cephalopod animals or types of mollusks that live in the sea. The name ‘’Cephalopoda’’ in Greek means “head of the head”, this is because the legs are separated into a number of arms wrapped around the head. Like all cephalopods, squid are separated by having a distinct head. The large axon of this squid has a diameter of 1 mm. Squid are widely used as food.

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26. Loligo Squid

Code : IWP0100107

These estuarine cephalopods have mottled pinky-purple skin, long thin bodies, pointy side fins that run about half their body length, 8 shorter arms and 2 longer tentacles. They are caught in estuaries along the NSW coast and tend to gather near the riverbed during the day, spreading out at night throughout the water and coming to the surface to feed.

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27. Parrot Fish

Code : IWP0100069

Parrot fish or Parrot Fish are marine fish species that are quite popular with the community. This fish has a lot of nutritional content for health, which is as a low-fat protein source.

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28. Ribbon Fish - Ikan Layur

Code : IWP0100109

Hairtail Fish or Ikan Layur (Trichiurus lepturus) is a marine fish that is easily known from its long and slender shape. This fish is spread in tropical and temperate waters.

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29. Barracuda

Code : IWP0100110

Barracuda name is applied to not only one particular fish, but the whole fish family. Sphyraenidae are a group of fish known collectively as barracudas. The species most known barracudas commonly encountered may be the large species of barracudas (Sphyraena barracuda).

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30. SWEETLIPS / Kaci Fish

Code : IWP0100084

It is a commercially important fish and is sold in markets as food. His capture requires a license to ensure he is not threatened by over-catch by commercial fishermen

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31. Big Eye Snapper

Code : IWP0100094

The bigeye snapper has a fusiform, slender body which has a standard length that is 2.9 to 3.3 as long as the body's deepest points. It has a gently sloped forehead and the preopercular incision and knob are weakly developed. The vomerine teeth are arranged in a triangular patch with a central rearwards extension and the tongue has a patch of grain-like teeth.

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32. The Red Goatfish - Ikan Rembang

Code : IWP0100114

The Red Goatfish (Ikan Rembang), Parupeneus multifasciatus, also known as the Manybar Goatfish has a black/red body bisected by a thick cream-colored line and muted black lines. Like other goatfish species, the Red Goatfish has beard-like appendages called “barbels” dangling off of their lower lip used to probe the sand for sources of food.

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33. Threadfin Bream

Code : IWP0100115

The threadfin breams are a family, Nemipteridae, of fishes in the order Perciformes. They are also known as whiptail breams and false snappers. They are found in tropical waters of the Indian and western Pacific Oceans. Most species are benthic (bottom-feeding) carnivorous, eating small fishes, cephalopods, crustaceans and polychaetes. However, a few species eat plankton. Inhabits muddy or sandy bottoms. Young fish generally occur in shallower water between 18 and 33 m.

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34. Black Pomfre

Code : IWP0100116

The black pomfret (Parastromateus niger) is a species of carangid native to reefs of the Indian Ocean and western Pacific Ocean. This species is very important to local fisheries and is the only known member of its genus.
The black pomfret has a compressed deep body with dorsal and ventral profiles being equally convex. This species has small dark grey scales which cover the entirety of the body. The fork measurement of Black Pomfret is commonly 30 cm but can also range up to 75 cm in length.

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35. Red Big Eye

Code : IWP0100117

The bigeye snapper mostly lives throughout the Indo-Pacific. It is found in much of the Indian Ocean; specifically, from Japan to Australia and from East Africa to the Solomon Islands. It is common in the Pacific Ocean, particularly in the Western parts of it. It also has been found in the Southeastern Atlantic ocean.

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36. Conger Ee

Code : IWP0100112

Conger eel, any of about 100 species of marine eels of the family Congridae (order Anguilliformes). Congers are scaleless eels with large heads, large gill slits, wide mouths, and strong teeth. They are usually grayish to blackish, with paler bellies and black-edged fins.

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37. Sand Lobster

Code : IWP0100113

Sand Lobsters are found in all warm oceans and seas. Lobsters are typically bottom dwellers of the continental shelves, found at depths of up to 500 metres (1,600 ft).

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38. Frozen Shrimp

Code : IWP0100082

Shrimp are animals that live in waters, especially rivers, seas, or lakes. Shrimp can be found in almost all large "pools" of water, whether fresh, brackish or saltwater, at varying depths, from near the surface to several thousand meters below the surface.

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39. Kurisi Fish

Code : IWP0100085

The Kurisi fish is known as a demersal fish that lives solitary with slow movements. The morphology of the kuris fish can be seen in Fig.

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40. Kuwe (Fish)

Code : IWP0100071

Kuwe gerong or belitong (Charanx ignobilis) is a common catch fish in the tropical Indo-Pacific region. In English it is known as giant trevally or GT (pronounced jiti). This fish is easily recognized by its large forehead with a silvery yellow tinge.

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41. Rabbitfish

Code : IWP0100073

Baronang (Siganus Sp.) is a group of marine fish belonging to the Siginidae family. This fish is known by the public with different names according to the species, such as in the Thousand Islands it is called kea-kea, in Central Java it is called biawas and fishermen in Maluku Island call it samadar. Baronang is found in the shallow waters of lagoons in the Indo-Pacific region and the eastern Mediterranean. This fish in English is called rabbitfish because of its eating behavior which eats plants (seaweed) neatly like being trimmed by a small grass machine. Baronang is one of the fish that is a favorite for anglers at sea.

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42. Butterfish

Code : IWP0100096

Butterfish, any of the thin, deep-bodied, more or less oval and silvery fishes of the family Stromateidae (order Perciformes). Butterfishes are found in warm and temperate seas and are characterized by a small mouth, forked tail, and a single dorsal fin. Like the related rudderfishes (Centrolophidae) and man-of-war fishes (Nomeidae), they also have peculiar, toothed outpocketings in the esophagus.

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43. Colossal Lump Crab

Code : IWP0100101

Colossal Lump consists of the two large muscles connected to the swimming fins, picked from the largest crabs. Colossal Lump should never be broken up for a recipe; it is best used in upscale cocktail presentations or in sautés, where the size of the lumps can really shine.

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44. Jumbo Lump Crab

Code : IWP0100102

Jumbo Lump consists of the two large muscles connected to the swimming fins, picked from the largest crabs. Colossal Lump should never be broken up for a recipe; it is best used in upscale cocktail presentations or in sautés, where the size of the lumps can really shine.

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45. Backfin/Special Lump Crab

Code : IWP0100103

Backfin meat is a combination of jumbo lump meat and special grade meat, that usually appears to be loose and separated. Its fragile appearance looks excellent in soups, dips and crab cakes. You could also use this meat to stuff certain vegetables and seafoods for a delicious treat.

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46. Super Lump Crab

Code : IWP0100104

Super Lump meat drawn from shards Jumbo Lump (Back fin) meat. Suitable to serve as crab cakes and soups. Super Lump Crab Meat is composed mostly of broken jumbo lumps and smaller whole lumps of crab meat. These lumps are then blended with Special grade crab meat to create a versatile consistent product for a variety of presentation needs.

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47. Regular Lump Crab

Code : IWP0100105

Colossal Lump consists of the two large muscles connected to the swimming fins, picked from the largest crabs. Colossal Lump should never be broken up for a recipe; it is best used in upscale cocktail presentations or in sautés, where the size of the lumps can really shine.

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48. Claw Meat Crab

Code : IWP0100106

Claw meats are pure meat that comes from crab claws and crab legs, and then mixed together. Claw meat has a reddish color; this indicates that the Claw Meat purely derived from crab legs (except foot pool).

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