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For your maximum pleasure, we supply you with fresh and frozen fish, cephalopods, shells and shellfish. The frozen products arrive directly from fishing and processing vessels where they are rapidly frozen, which provides top quality and maximum preservation of nutritional features of fish and seafood.

For your good health, we recommend you to eat fish at least twice a week and fish with more fat at least once a week (mackerel, sardine, salmon, swordfish).

Fish is useful in nutrition as prevention of heart diseases, problems with blood vessels, arthritis ...

Fish is the main source of proteins in human nutrition.

It is easily digested.

Fish contains:

  • Essential Omega 3 fatty acids, which are important for the normal functioning of our organism.
  • Fish contains vitamins B3, B12, D and A, minerals calcium, zinc, iron, potassium, selenium and phosphor.

We care about You and each year we offer You wider assortment of fresh and rapidly frozen fish and seafood.

Information on fish consumption:

Bosnia and Herzegovina is in the group of countries with very low fish meat consumption. It’s among the lowest consumers in Europe. Consumption per capita is between 3 to 4 kg a year. The situation is very similar in Serbia and in Monte Negro.

Fish consumption in countries with seacoast and higher living standard amounts to:

  • Greece 21 kg
  • Italy 24 kg
  • France 33 kg
  • Spain 44 kg
  • Portugal 57 kg
  • Iceland even 90 kg

We expect that fish consumption will reach the average of East Europe (countries without seacoast) in the few following years and the average is 14 kg per capita.