Frozen Pangasius Steak

  • Latin name: Pangasius Hypophthalmus
  • Catching Method: Fresh water farm raised
  • Harvest Season: All time
  • Size: 120-140,140-160g,160g-180g,180g-200g
  • Delivery time: In one month after deposit.
  • Delivery time: TT 20% deposit, 80% against the copy of origin documents L/C at sight
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    Origin Freezing process MOQ Packing Farming Area Main Market
    China IQF 1*20’ FCL Bulk, printed bag and rider bag Vietnam Europe ,Middle-East,Asia

    The main markets for Pangasius steak are Europe, Middle-East and Asia,this item is always in hot-sales at the three markets,we are also looking forward to service more clients with the one of our most advantaged products.

    Pangasius is a kind of rare freshwater fish distributed in the Mekong River basin of Vietnam. Its meat is white and tender, rich in nutrition, and high in economic value. It is very popular internationally. It is the main economic fish for aquaculture and a key export product in southern Vietnam, and is loved by farmers and consumers. This fish is a second class national protected fish in Vietnam. There are three large pieces of free fat in its abdominal cavity, accounting for 8-10% of its body weight. It is easy to extract and rarely seen in other freshwater fish. The fat block has high development and utilization value and broad application prospects.


    Pangasius  has the advantages of fast growth, large size, high yield, wide feeding habits, easy feeding, no intramuscular spines, and easy processing. The seedlings can grow to 500-800g in one year, 1500-2000g in the next year, and the largest individual can reach 15kg.

    It is distributed in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and China. Introduced and bred mainly in Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan and other southern regions in China.

    Pangasius are native to the Mekong River in Southeast Asia. They have been widely introduced as an aquaculture species throughout southern Asia from India to the Philippines. To date, there is no documented evidence of natural reproduction or significant negative ecological impact resulting from these introductions. Pangasius are known to spawn naturally in the Mekong River drainage after a spawning migration to specific historical spawning areas.

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