Weight (kg): 10 Additives : Not applicable Freezing Process : IQF Max. Moisture (%) : Not applicable Part : WHOLE PH Value : Not applicable Preservation Process : Water Size (cm) : 10 Style : FROZEN Feature : Low-Sugar, Low-Salt, Organic, Vitamins, NATURE, Nutritious, EFFECTIVE Packaging : Bulk Grade : A Shelf Life : 24 Months Shape : Piece Product name : Frozen Hilsa Fish Packing :10kg/ctn Type : Seafood Size : 500/1000 Processing : IQF Variety : Hilsa fish
Product description, including the following details - a. Name of product- WHOLE FISH (HILSA) FRESH (CHILL TYPE and FROZEN TYPE) b. SCIENTIFIC NAME: TENUALOSA ILISHA c. Price of product: to be discussed with the buyers d. Product origin: Myanmar e. Sizes available : 300/500 gm, 500/800 gm, 800/1000 gm, 1000/1200 gm, 1200/1500 gm, 1500/1800 gm, 1800/2000 gm= 18 UP and 2000 UP f. Harmonization System (HS) Code : 03038910 g. Minimum Order Size : 1 container (25 metric ton) for Sea Freight Frozen Type 1 ton for Air Freight (Chill Type) h. Packaging details: Poly bag for inner packing and Carton for outer packing or according to customer's requirements i.Payment terms 100% T/T or L/C at sight j. Delivery- Immediate k. Destination: Worldwide (Preferred Aisa, India, Dubai, UAE, Bangladesh, Pakistan, others) l.Shipment Terms: FOB and CNF
Product Details Storage Temp : -20 Degree Celisus Shelf Life : 2-3 Days Country of Origin : Made in India Packaging Type : Thermocol Box Fish Type : Hilsa Usage/Applications : Restaurant, Household
Hilsa Tasty Immune Fish Seafood Hilsa fish is considered to be one of most favorite and delicious fish in the world. It is the most popular fish to the Bengalis who call it as Ilish. It is found in Indian sub-continent especially in India. It is the national fish of India. The most amazing fact about hilsa is that it is a sea fish but lay eggs in the large river especially in Padma-Meghna-Jamuna delta at Bay of Bengal. And after being raised as Jatka (name of the young hilsa fish in India) in the river it swim back to Bay of Bengal. However, hilsa is also caught from the sea. But those caught from the sea are not considered to be as tasty as those caught from the river. This fish also found in some area of Gujarat in India where female hilsa is known as Modenn and male hilsa is known as Palva. This fish carries a good economic value. Every year a huge number of hilsa is caught and sold. It is very pricy comparing other fishes. Physical Profile of Hilsa Fish: The body of hilsa is very dense and fairly deep with dorsal and ventral profile equally curved. It equally spread medium-sized scales give a metallic silver shine. Usually it's length may vary from 40 cm to 60 cm. A large-sized hilsa weighs about 2.5 kg. Female hilsa are usually larger than males. The hilsa is known to be a fast swimmer and can cover even 60 kilometers at a time. It attains maturity in 1 to 2 years. Hilsa as Food: Hilsa is an oily fish and rich in essential omega 3 fatty acids. A recent experiment has shown it has beneficial effects in decreasing cholesterol level and insulin level. In India this fish is prepared in a lot number of varieties - people say in more than 50 different ways. It can be smoked, fried, steamed, baked, prepared with mustard seed paste, curd, brinjal (eggplant). Some common hilsa menus are Fried hilsa, Khichuri-Ilish, Sorshe Ilish, Panta Ilish etc. It takes a very little oil to cook hilsa as the fish itself is very oily. In North America and UK (where the fish is not always availavle) hilsa-dishes are found especially in Bengali cuisine. Hilsa in culture: Hilsa is one most important fish in the world in terms of cultural importance. It is an obvious food in a good number of festivities in India and India. Most of the Hingu Bengali families buy two Hilsa fishes (known as Joda Ilish) in auspicious days, like some Saraswati Puja. The custom mainly prevail Hindu Bengalis from former East Bengal (India) in West Bengal, Assam, Tripura in India. In the dawn of Pahela Baisaksh (Bengali New Year) people of India and West Bengal of India welcomes the new year with Panta-Ilish (wet rice, and Hilsa fish). But this custom is prevalent mainly among the Hindu Bengalis of former East Bengal (now India) many of whom now live in West Bengal, Barak Valley (Assam) and Tripura in India after the Partition of India. Some of them give Hilsa fish as an offering to the goddess Lakshmi, without which the Puja is thought to be incomplete.
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