Our House Brands
This wide range of different seafood delicacies is harvested around the world, prepared within hours of being caught, and flash frozen or processed using state-of-the-art technology. This ensures every seafood product is consistently excellent – and our constant audits and evaluation keep it that way. An extensive range of sustainable seafood is available, independently certified by leading authorities, including the Marine Stewardship Council and Aquaculture Stewardship Council
Brands We Represent
Pescaviar is a Spanish family-owned business, focused on execellence. That is why Pescaviar is not only the leading company in its segment in Spain, but also an international benchmark, being present in more than 20 countries all over the world. More than 25 years of experience, a strong exporting vocation and a philosophy focused on QUALITY, INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY have consolidated Pescaviar as the go-to company when you look for caviar, fish roes, caviar-like products, and spherifications, making it able for anyone to find our products in the most important supermarkets, restaurants, hotels and specialty stores all around the 5 continents.
To maximize freshness, Sea Harvest freezer ships process and freeze wild fish within hours of being caught. Popular brands from this South African company include Cape Haddie Skinless sea-frozen white fish fillets, which include Hake, Monkfish and KingKlip white fish, filleted and frozen on board, to maintain texture and taste.
The mussel seed is born in important nature areas, which is why fishing takes place in accordance with strict regulations. Mussel seed, the raw material for mussel cultivation, fluctuates in quantity from year to year.
The mussel (Mytilis edulis) is a bi-valve shellfish. They grow in different regions, such as tidal sand bars and permanently submerged sand bars. They also like to attach to hard surfaces or ropes in the water. These different environments have a strong effect on the structure of the shells. Mussels that grow on tidal sand bars generally have stronger shells than mussels hanging on ropes.