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The Haliotis.asinina.l   -   Abalone Species

Haliotis.asinina.l is the first abalone to go onto the dinner plate/soup bowl and the first to be recognized in China as a ‘commercial gourmet seafood’. It is sometimes called ‘Sweet Cocktail Abalone’ and are perfect for steamboat or soups. It is much tastier than the cold water species found in Australia, America, and South Africa and is the favorite species in Asia. Unfortunately, its popularity has resulted in over fishing and a sharp decline in its availability. This has made it an even more prized and sought after product.

Haliotis.asinina.l abalone have a smaller shell compared to other temperate species, but the meat size can be 6 to 7 times the size of the shell.

OCEAN FRESH FROM THE ISLANDS

All of our products are IQF (Individually Quality Frozen) at minus -40 deg. celcius before or after processing into our base products.
We Currently sell abalone in three forms

Whole with shell frozen vacuum pack

Whole abalone in the shell, snap frozen in 200 gram clear plastic vacuum packages. Perfect for fresh Sushi

A. Small
B. Medium
C. Large

Sizes
Large whole: 21-40 pieces per kilo
Medium whole: 41-60 pieces per kilo
Small whole: 61-80 pieces per kilo

Fresh Abalone Meat Canned

Canned Filleted fresh abalone meat cleaned in salt water.
Drained Weight: 160g
Net Weight: 425g

 

Fillet Vacuum Pak

Cleaned, filleted and snap frozen in 200 gram clear plastic vacuum packages.

 
Tokobushi Abalone

Tokobushi growing to lengths of only 7 - 9 cm. Tokobushi is characterized by 7-8 open holes on the shell, where as other species of abalone have only 3-4 holes.

Small Tokobushi Abalone Large Tokobushi Abalone Large Tokobushi Abalone
Small Tokobushi Abalone
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Large Tokobushi Abalone
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Large Tokobushi Abalone
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