ASIA PACIFIC AQUA MARINE, INC.

Smoked Milkfish Retortable Pouch 350-420g

Product Description:

Go Filipino style with our original smoked bangus. Seasoned and served in whole for a native taste you can’t get over with. It has an all-natural ingredients that promote good health! You'll surely forget your usual brand. Stay out of your comfort zone and try the best! Goes well with pasta, bread, rice, or any dish you may think of. - All-natural Ingredients - Freshest Tasting - Chunky Meat - Easy Open - Premium Quality - Export Ready

Variants:

smoked milkfish, smoked milkfish capitan del mar, 350-420g

Product Type:

Processed

Market Availability:

Worldwide, South Asia, ASEAN/ANZ, China, East Asia, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Americas

Net Weight per Pack:

350g To 420g

Allergen:

Fish

Ingredients/raw materials used:

Milkfish

Process/es:

Smoking

Sources:

Milkfish

Shelf Life:

2 Years

Major Export Markets:

Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Poland, United Arab Emirates, United States of America

Certifications:

FDA-LTO/CPR, HACCP, Halal

Packaging:

AIOX Retortable Pouch

Minimum Order Size:

1 Box

Category:

Seafood And Marine Products, Seafood And Marine Products

Export Ready?:

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