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  • SALMON
    SALMONSalmon has been one of the species rerely found in our dinner table because it left wrong impression that it is pricey or hard to cook. How ever, current well-being trend popularized salmon dishes and a diveersity of sammon dishes satisfid people's taste all over the world and have markedly been the center of public attention. 'Salmon that shows the beauty of life by ending its life in its native habitat', fully indulge in the palatable taste of our premium smked salmon.- Smoked Salmon Fillet- Smoked Salmon Portion- Smoked Salmon Whole-Sliced- Smoked Salmon Sliced(Retail Packages_- Salmon Fillet- Salmon Portion- Salmon Cheese Curlet
  • bang-o chip
    Banga? (뱅어) 1. It’s small, transparent fish dried under the sun. 2. Bones remain intact during drying which leads to high percentage of calcium. (9 times more than milk) 3. Rich Omega-3 helps children’s brain development.
  • Frozen cold raw squid soup
    Frozen Cold raw squid soupHow to eat1. Frozen Cold raw suqid soup in Plastic tray2. To thaw place overnight in refregerator or defrost 1hours in the room temperature *do not heating & do not use microwave 3. Open the cover and then tear up vacuum vinyl4. Please mix and matchSupply details1. Capacity : 300g2. Spicy level : II 3. MOQ : 100BOX4. Quantity: 16PCS PER 1BOX5. FOB PRICE : AS PER QUANTITY ( Please inquiry)
  • Specializing in Oyster Production for Two Generations Spanning Fifty Years, Daeil Fisheries, Co., Ltd.
    Specializing in Oyster Production for Two Generations Spanning Fifty Years, Daeil Fisheries, Co., Ltd. Delisea, Bringing Fresh Oyster from the Ocean to the Table, Exporting to Japan, China, Spain, and Other Countries The Tongyeong and Geoje areas in South Gyeongsang Province are known as the filming sites of Winter Sonata, the Korean TV series that sparked the Korean Wave. Both areas are frequently visited by foreign and domestic tourists throughout the year. For the local residents, the busiest time is when chilly winds start to blow in November. That is the beginning of the oyster harvesting season. Many companies of South Gyeongsang Province specialize in oysters, the so-called “milk of the sea.” One of them is Daeil Fisheries Co., Ltd., located in Hacheong-myeon of Geoje City. Half a Century of History, a Living Witness of the Development of Korean Oyster ExportsEstablished in 1963, Daeil Fisheries Co., Ltd., is a producer and exporter of various types of oyster products. Just a small farm cultivating oysters and mussels at that time, it is now the largest producer of oysters in Korea, with an unchallenged position in the field. Vice President of Daeil Fisheries, Lee Young-man (he is also a son of the company’s CEO Lee Jung-tae), said, "When we started, Daeil Fisheries was simply growing oysters from spawn. In 1987, we built a processing factory and installed automatic facilities in order to enter the global market. Today, we have the most advanced processing system in Korea.” In 1992, the company expanded its manufacturing facilities to produce cold and frozen processed products and canned food. In the same year, it registered its factory with FDA (Food and Drug Administration of the US). Six years later, Daeil Fisheries introduced the HACCP system to secure food safety by installing air showers and devices to prevent foreign substances from entering products. In 1999, the company became the first oyster producer to receive a quality management certificate, ISO9002. The following year, it was registered in the EU as a marine product processing factory. Furthermore, Daeil Fisheries added food safety management systems, ISO22000 and SQF, in 2011 and 2013, respectively. Success in Diversifying the Export Markets—from Japan to China and to EuropeDaeil Fisheries started exporting oysters in 1992. According to Mr. Lee, the company has been able to steadily increase its exports because it carries out all the steps in the production—from farming and harvesting to processing oysters—in one place. The fact that the company processes oysters grown on its own farms ensures that it has few rivals regarding the freshness of its oysters. Daeil Fisheries is currently producing fresh oyster, frozen products (oyster, mussel, and manila clam), dried products (oyster and mussel), and canned food (oyster, mussel, and manila clam). Its fresh and frozen products are particularly popular in Japan, while dried and canned products receive praise in China and Europe. Mr. Lee, said, “In order to diversify the export market, which had been focused only on Japan, we started developing new products and installing new facilities. As a result, we began the production of dried and canned products.” He continued, “It’s been a long time since we switched from the Japanese to the Chinese markets. Our products receive positive evaluations in mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, and so on.” Using China as a stepping stone, Daeil Fisheries has advanced to the US, Mexico, and Europe. Its olive smoked oyster, for example, is an extremely popular ingredient in Spanish restaurants. Mr. Lee explained, “In this product, the taste and scent of shellfish are enriched through an oak charcoal smoking procedure.” It is with such products that the company has been able to expand its markets and win against the competitors who offered lower-priced products. Delisea Brand to Propel Daeil Fisheries as a Global Shellfish Processing Company Daeil Fisheries is planning to break further in the global market under its own brand, Delisea. It will also accelerate the development of advanced processed products such as oyster extract and concentrate. Mr. Lee said, “Next year, when the construction of our latest food processing factory is completed, we will be able to export more products. We will take a leading role in the development of processed oyster products and hope to gain recognition for the oyster produced in Korea and by Daeil Fisheries as the best in the world.” Additional Information / Two delicious oyster dishes made with Delisea1. Oyster riceIngredients: 200g Delisea smoked oyster, rice, daikon, soy sauce, green onion Place rice in a cast iron pot and spread radish shreds on the top of rice. When the rice starts boiling, add the oyster and reduce the heat, so the oyster is steamed. Make the seasoning by mixing together the rest of the ingredients and add it to the dish. 2. Smoked oyster canapeIngredients: Delisea smoked oyster, cracker, cucumber Peel the cucumber and cut into strips 3mm thick. Place the strips on the cracker and top with the smoked oyster. You can make your canapes even prettier and various in flavors by adding various types of fruits and sliced cheese depending on your preferences. Daeil Fisheries Co., Ltd.Tel +82-55-636-2155 Fax +82-55-636-3977 Website www.difco.co.kr
  • Convenient Braised Mackerel
    Convenient Braised Mackerel Mackerel is a byword for blue-colored fish. It is known to contain abundant vitamin B and is therefore good for preventing anemia and dizziness. Mackerel also has more high-quality amino acids than white-flesh fish. Moreover, it is rich in DHA, so there is no fish like mackerel for children going through growth spurts. Koreans enjoy mackerel in various ways, one of which is jorim (braised in sauce).Recently, Andong Salted Mackerel Co., Ltd.—an exporter of salted mackerel—has released a convenient braised mackerel product. Comes In Two Flavors: Spicy and PlainThe convenient braised mackerel product of Andong Salted Mackerel Co., Ltd. is made from mackerel caught around Jeju Island, which is boned, cut in bite sized pieces, and cooked with vegetables in a special seasoning made of soy sauce and red pepper paste. The biggest merit of the product is that it is very easy to cook: simply put it in a microwave for 3 minutes or in boiling water for 5 minutes. Mr. Kim Jae-mun, CEO of Andong Salted Mackerel Co., Ltd., said, “We have created this product for consumers who want to enjoy mackerel anytime and anywhere. Many foreign buyers are attracted by the convenience of our product. We are looking forward to entering the supermarkets of Japan and North America.” The product is offered in two flavors: plain (cooked in soy sauce) and spicy. Andong Salted MackerelTel +82-54-859-0571Website www.godunga.co.kr
  • Dry Seahorse
    We supply dried sea horse with good quality and competitive price. Sea Horse's Specifications available in stock: Type 1: +Weight: 200-300 pieces/kg +Length: 10-12 cm/pieces Type 2: +Weight: 300-500 pieces/kg +Length: 8-10 cm/pieces PLEASE CONTACT ME DIRECTLY FOR THE MOST COMPETITIVE PRICE:
  • Dry Sea Cucumber
    we would like to take this opportunity to introduce our selves as a large exporter of Dried sea cucumbers with the range of varieties such as peckled fish, Pricktly Black Fish, Black Teat Fish, white teat fish, yellow sand fish, tan chau fish, brown lolly fish ... beside sea cucumber, we also supply Shark fins, Sea Horse and also process fish maws with good quality, beautiful sample and competitive price.we will be happy if you can contact us and let us know what kind of our products you are interested in, we will give you more information and best price.all our products are 95% sun dry, no dust, no chemical, high quality; you will be satisfied after seeing them. we can supply monthly and even weekly. hope that we have chance to do business together.
  • Production of Safe Fish Cake with Fresh Ingredients on a Sanitary Production Line
    Active Advance into Japan with Tamna Fish Cake…Anticipated to Export Overseas USD$600,000 Worth of Fish Cake This Year There is a Korean exporter actively promoting the high quality of Korean seafood products in Japan, even though Japan is the very birthplace of many delicious seafoods including fish cake. That company is Jeju Tamna Seafood Corporation. It has the largest production line among the processed seafood companies of Jeju Island. This is evidenced by the fact that the company possesses HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point System) certification for frozen seafood and fish cake, produces high-quality seafood products in a safe and sanitary environment, and exports them to foreign market.Last year’s exports of Jeju Tamna Seafood were USD$177,000, but, thanks to the expansion of export items this year, the figure already passed USD$295,000 in June. At the present rate, the company can expect to reach USD$600,000 in exports this year. Transforming Processed Seasoned Seafood into Surimi-Based Products Until 2012, Jeju Tamna Seafood Corporation had mainly exported seasoned foods made of mackerel and squid to Japan through an MOU (memorandum of understanding) with Japanese seafood producer Kojima Market. At that time, the main items included mackerel boiled down in soy sauce, mackerel boiled down in soybean paste, squid karaage, and squid katsu. In 2012, the company made an export contract worth about USD$3.4 million with Kojima Market and Hanra (a Korean-Japanese company).The following year, however, Jeju Tamna Seafood received a fish cake production technique from Japanese seafood producer Minoyakichibe Market. The latter has been making fish cake and various kinds of pickles for the Japanese imperial family for the last 450 years. The development led to Jeju Tamna Seafood starting to produce and export Japanese style kamaboko (a type of Japanese fish cake) to Japan. That’s how the specialization of the company changed from processed seasoned seafood into surimi-based products. Jeju Tamna Seafood supplies steamed fish cake to Minoyakichibe Market where it is packaged and sterilized. The complete product is supplied to the Japanese imperial family and also sold to local consumers. In other words, the Japanese royals are having the fish cake produced by Jeju Tamna Seafood. Obtained the HACCP Certification…No Wheat Flour or Artificial Additives The flagship products of Jeju Tamna seafood are Shinjo and Yubamaki. Shinjo fish cake is made of the flesh of white corvina (caught off Jeju Island), salt, and egg whites. The fish cake has a great aroma and is chewy. It comes in seven flavors: shrimp, black sesame, ginger, sea lettuce, shrimp and rape, salted pollack roe, and octopus.Yubamaki fish cake is a premium product made of high-quality white fish flesh and nutritious vegetables such as carrots, peas, and shiitake mushrooms. The cake is coated with yuba (a thin film formed by coating a product with heated soybean milk), which is high in protein.Both fish cake products are manufactured on a clean and hygienic production line according to the standards of HACCP. What’s more, none of the products use artificial additives such as synthetic preservatives. For frying, the company uses brown rice oil.Most fish cake producers use pollack or small fish to make fish cake products, but Jeju Tamna Seafood produces its fish cake with only the fresh white corvina caught in the southern sea of Jeju Island.Ms. Kwon Sun-a, a staff member of Jeju Tamna Seafood, says, “We have established production lines for surimi-based food and fish cake according to the standard of HACCP and are producing sanitary and safe seafood products. Our seafood products, including fish cake, get a good response from Japanese buyers and consumers.” Production of High Quality Products Based on the High Technology The safety of Jeju Tamna Seafood products is secured through the production process. Each step of the production is completely separated from the others. The floor and production facilities are kept perfectly clean.When a stock of fresh raw fish arrives, the staff clean and remove the fish guts, scales, skin, and bones. Next, the fish is washed more than three times in water under 10℃. After the remaining water is removed, the flesh is separated from the sinews and tenderized.Finally, the flesh is combined with other ingredients, formed into a shape, heated, packed, and shipped. Jeju Tamna Seafood is one of the very few producers that have their own surimi-based seafood production line in Korea. And that is the main reason the company is able to produce hygienic, high-quality seafood products. Coming into the Spotlight in Korea…Supplying to Hansalim and Lotte Mart These days, the demand for high-end fish cake products is steadily increasing in Korea, so the products of Jeju Tamna seafood are also becoming popular among Koreans. The company started to supply its fish cake products to Hansalim (a Korean producer-consumer cooperative) last September 15. Generally, Korean people prefer their food less salty than the Japanese. To meet the taste of Korean consumers, Jeju Tamna Seafood has changed the proportion of the ingredients in its products.Now the company is negotiating a contract with Lotte Mart (a major Korean distributor) to supply its premium fish cake products as a high-end brand. It is likely that Lotte Mart will start selling Jeju Tamna Seafood’s fish cake products later this year.Mr. Ji Hyeong-cheol, the head of the marketing team of Jeju Tamna Seafood, says, “We are producing the high-quality fish cake products from the fresh fish caught in the clean sea around Jeju Island. We have sanitary production facilities and high grade skills. We will strive to become a producer of the end products.” Inquiries JeJu Tamna Seafood Corporation Tel +82-64-722-8701 Email sungha01@hanmail.net Website http://jejutamna.ejeju.net
  • Squid Sundae from Cheong A Good Food
    Squid Sundae from Cheong A Good Food The Perfect Combination of Chewy Squid & Scrumptious Stuffing Hearty Meat & Vegetable Stuffing in Whole Squid Sundae (Korean sausage) is made by stuffing cleaned pig intestines with starch noodles and chopped vegetables, adding seonji (clotted pig blood made by hardening the blood) to the stuffed casings to create the color and taste, and steaming the casings. It is similar to sausages enjoyed mainly by westerners. The stuffed food differs slightly from region to region in Korea. Among the regionally different sundae, famous one is squid sundae, which is a representative local food of Gangwon Province. It originated with people displaced from Hamgyong Province to Sokcho in Gangwon Province during the Korean War. This sundae is made with squid in place of pork intestines due to the unaffordable price of the main ingredient. Squid sundae is free of seonji. It is generally made by stuffing a cleaned squid with glutinous rice, rice, vegetables, and starch noodles; and boiling or steaming the stuffed squid. Such squid sundae can now be conveniently enjoyed at home by just heating it up. A variety of convenient and enjoyable squid sundae products have come onto the market. Cheong A Good Food Co., Ltd., located in Hoengseong in Gangwon Province, is producing frozen squid sundae products using self-developed knowhow. Their frozen products are found in both domestic and overseas markets. Production and Export of About 140 Processed Foods Cheong A Good Food is a pro- cessed agriproduct company that was founded in 1997. It has been producing and distributing jeotgal (salted and fermented seafoods) including myeongran-jeot (Alaska pollack roe jeotgal), changran-jeot (pollack entrails jeotgal), cuttlefish jeotgal, and baby octopus jeotgal, as well as side dishes such as yangnyeom-kkaetyip (seasoned perilla leaves) and mu-mallaegi (seasoned dried radish slices). The food company produces as many as 140 products and continuously distributes such products to department stores, big distributors, and eco-friendly shops in Korea to win recognition for the high-quality of the products. Since 2001, the food company has been exporting its products. It started by exporting to Japan and now exports to 15 countries including the United States, some European countries, Canada, China, Singapore, and Australia. The brisk exports allowed the company to win an export award given to companies that achieve USD$1 million worth of exports. This year, the company is aiming to win an export award given to companies that achieve USD$3 million worth of exports. Mr. Yoo Jae-ju, CEO of Cheong A Good Food, introduced the company saying, “Only two or three companies are registered as a company qualified to produce and process marine products to be exported to the EU (European Union). Among the numerous Korean marine product companies, we are one of them.” He added that the food company obtained various international quality certifications, including halal certification, to export its products and reach a greater number of countries. Squid Sundae, Heat up to Conveniently Enjoy at Home Since 2013, Cheong A Good Food had been making efforts to develop squid sundae based on its knowhow accumulated by producing processed marine products and side dishes. It finally succeeded in launching the complete squid sundae product last year. The squid sundae produced by Cheong A Good Food features stuffing similar to that of Korean-style dumplings. The food company applied such a dumpling stuffing to the squid sundae to differentiate its product from other sundae products. General sundae products are made with a high proportion of rice and glutinous rice. In contrast, the squid sundae of Cheong A Good Food is, in addition to starch noodles and glutinous rice, stuffed with assorted vegetables, including perilla leaves and carrots. The squid sundae of Cheong A Good Food comes in two types: a basic squid sundae, whose stuffing also contains meat, and a kimchi squid sundae, whose stuffing also contains kimchi. Those squid sundae products of Cheong A Good Food are vacuum-packed and then frozen. The result is that the products can be consumed immediately after being heated up. Mr. Yoo explained that Cheong A Good Food leaves meat out of the sundae products that are to be exported to countries that ban the imports of products containing meat due to quarantine issues. The food company adjusts the ingredients to be added to the squid sundae stuffing depending on the situation of the import country. Production of Safe Products at HACCP Certified Facility Cheong A Good Food is making safer and more hygienic products through rigid tests of microorganisms and quality. The food company conducts entrance inspections on the freshness, origin, and shelf life of all the main and additional ingredients. Further, it thoroughly checks whether the products are reliable by conducting general bacteria and pathogenic bacteria tests on all the main and additional ingredients, complete products, and tools and fixtures throughout all production processes. According to the CEO of Cheong A Good Food, the company achieved improved food hygiene reliability by obtaining HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point System) certification in 2011. In addition, the company obtained halal certification for some side dish products at the end of last year. Participation in Overseas Exhibitions to Promote Expansion into Export Markets Cheong A Good Food is planning to expand the export markets for the squid sundae this year. The food company was able to export the product to some countries, including the United States and Canada, and will try harder to advance to European, Japanese, and Chinese markets this year. To this end, the company is planning to make the best use of promotional events, such as exhibitions held overseas, to increase the level of awareness of the products. Mr. Yoo said that he observed, in person, favorable responses to the squid sundae from overseas buyers at the exhibition held in Hong Kong last year. He mentioned that the company will participate more actively in sampling and promotional events held overseas to promote the squid sundae to more countries this year. Inquiries Cheong A Good Food Co., Ltd. Tel +82-33-344-0645 Fax +82-33-344-0641 Website www.CAgoodfood.com