Tasteless super-purified smoke is organically manufactured to treat seafood and meat to maintain the freshness, color, texture, and natural flavor, particularly after the food is frozen and thawed.
Tuna are known to be one of the fastest swimmers in the ocean, traveling at speeds of up to 50 mph. With an average lifespan of 8 years, Tuna can reach lengths of up to 6 feet and weights of up to 450 lbs. However, the average catch by commercial fishermen is 75 to 100 lbs.
The Grouper’s average weight is around 15 pounds, with the largest catch on record at a little over 39 pounds. This species lifespan is approximately 25 years. Distinguishable by its’ firm pinkish meat, it has become one of the most requested smoked items.
Tilapia are mainly freshwater fish inhabiting shallow streams, ponds, rivers and lakes and less commonly found living in brackish water. Historically, they have been of major importance in artisan fishing in Africa and the Levant and are of increasing importance in aquaculture and aquaponics
Snapper of the Lutjanus family, are fin fish that are typically found in tropical coastal waters. Snappers are not known for their massive size, but some snappers can grow up to approximately 3 feet long. Most snapper feed off of smaller fish or crustaceans, giving it an excellent flavor.
Mahi Mahi is a Hawaiian word that means "strong-strong". Mahi Mahi are distinguished by dazzling colors including golds, bright blues and greens. Mahi Mahi has a lifespan of 3 to 4 years, which makes them one of the fastest growing fish in the sea.
The swordfish is named after its sharp bill, resembling a sword. The bill is used to injure its prey, making for an easier catch. Lacking teeth, the swordfish relies on its great speed and agility. Swordfish can grow up to 14 feet and weigh as much as 1400 pounds. Females grow larger than males, with males rarely weighing over 300 pounds.
Blue Marlin is an open ocean species found throughout much of the world's temperate and tropical oceans. A blue water fish that spends the majority of its life in the open sea far from land, blue marlin prey on a wide variety of marine organisms, mostly near the surface, often using their bills to stun or injure their prey.