Frozen fish: product traceability thanks to the direct relationship with the owners

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In a company that continuously asks for food to meet its needs and within a food market that is continually plagued by products of poor excellence and counterfeit products, maintaining a high standard of quality and correctness in distribution becomes an essential feature for a good name. of a company and, consequently, for the diffusion of its products. Especially when we talk about fish products, the frequent problems related to the increasingly regular distribution of products sold as fresh but, in reality, treated with chemical agents to make them appear freshly caught up to the almost total lack of clarity regarding the real origin of the product caught. To cope with all these problems and ensure high quality and maximum transparency, it is essential that a company specializing in the import-export of fish respects high quality standards and always maintains a high level of security both in the areas where fishing takes place and during the processing of the catch. Specifically, the Marabisal Group boasts more than forty years of experience in the import-export and processing of fish products from the Fao 34 area (central-eastern Atlantic which includes Morocco, Mauritania, Guinea, Ghana and Senegal). Frozen wholesalers, therefore, which, once fished, are directly frozen on board and whose cold chain is maintained until complete distribution. In this way frozen cuttlefish, frozen tuna, frozen lobster, frozen crustaceans and shrimps are treated with the most modern cooling systems to guarantee optimal conservation and always high product quality. In addition to the excellent properties of the raw material and constant control of the processing environment, it is essential that a company specialized in the import-export frozen fish trade maintains and takes care with particular attention of the direct relationship with fishermen and suppliers, but above all with the shipowners themselves. This cooperation is able to guarantee the safe traceability of the product caught and the consequent marketing like wildfire because a fish that has all the certifications in order and a certain traceability will attract the attention of those buyers looking for quality more. This is a fundamental aspect both at an economic level and for the food safety of the communities: in fact, when the catch comes from safe sources of supply, when it is monitored and processed correctly and when it has a clear and clear traceability, then the whole chain, from the boat at the sales counter, becomes synonymous with quality and food safety.