FSSAI Licensed PreserFish to Prevent Fish from getting unhealthy and Stale

PreserFish is an Answer to Prevent Spoilage and keep nutritive value of fish intact
Fish and marine products contain a high number of food poisoning contaminants which make fish and marine products unhealthy, stale and unfit for human consumption. PreserFish prevents spoilage of fish and keeps nutritive value of fish intact. It keeps fish fresh for longer time.  FSSAI Licensed PreserFish to Prevent Fish from getting unhealthy and Stale and increase shelf life of fish and marine catches.

Keep Fish Fresh for Longer Time and Get More Return
Deterioration of fish is evidenced by an alteration in taste, appearance, change in colour, texture and odour.

FSSAI LICENSED FISH PRESERVATIVES

Preserfish increase shelf life of Fish, prevent spoilage

FSSAI licensed Preserfish retains natural original taste, colour, texture and odour of fish and other marine catches for longer time.

 

Significance Of PreserFish:

  • FSSAI Licensed
  • Easy to use
  • Increase shelf life
  • Maintain natural Taste, Original Color, and Smell of fish
  • Keep fish fresh for longer time
  • Prevent spoilage
  • Avoid wastage
  • More business, more profit, more income
  • Fish remains fresh up to 48-72 Hrs even at room temperature.

PreserFish– FSSAI Licensed FDA approved proven food additive to keep all kind of fisheries fresh for longer period of time, Preserfish is preservative which retains natural original organoleptic properties of fish and marine catches.

1] Fish

  • Bangda(Indian Mackerel)
  • Suemai (king mackerel or popularly)
  • Paplet (Pomfret)
  • Riverfish
  • Red Snapper (Ranee)
  • Mandeli (Goldspotted Grenadier Anchovy)
  • Fresh Sardines and Freshwater Fish

2]           Shellfish

  • Crab
  • Lobster
  • Prawn
  • Shrimp

3) All other  Marine Catches

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PRESERFISH is PROVEN To INCREASE SHELF LIFE OF ALL TYPES OF MARINE CATCHES AND FISH