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Giant Trevally

Whole round — size: less than 1/ 1-3/ 3-5/ 5 up kg- 15-30Kg /ctn or pp bags

Headed & Gutted -IQF bulk-15kg/ctn

Steak /Skinless, PBO fillet- 500/700/1000g IQF bulk/  vaccum pack / skinpack- 15Kg/15pcs per ctn



Caranx ignobilis, the popular name Giant Trevally (GT) belongs to the order Perciformes, family Carangidae, genus Caranx. In Maluku, this species is one of the so-called bubara or Gish fish (local name). Bubara fish is a common name not only for C. ignobilis but also for a number of species from the same Carangidae family, such as C. sexfasciatus and C. melampygus. The bubara fish C. ignobilis is the largest in Caranx genus, measuring up to 170 cm and weighing 87 kg. This species is a top predator in its habitat, because it has a habit of hunting prey individually and in groups, with the main prey is smaller fish, crustaceans and cephalopods. Because of its highly agile and resilient hunting habits make this species a target for hunting by many professional fish anglers. On the other hand, C. ignobilis is an economically important marine fish favored by most community, due to its dense meat texture and delicious taste. Bubara fish can be obtained in almost all traditional markets in Iran. Although easy to obtain, this species is traded at a fairly high price, depending on its availability in the market. The price of bubara fish in various locations also varies widely.

Serving Size: 100 gr
Calories: 168 kcal
Total Fat: 8 gr
Saturated Fat: 1.8 gr
Polyunsaturated Fat: 2.0gr
Trans Fat: 0
Cholestrol: 220 mg
Carbohydrates: 0.1 gr
Sodium: 53 mg
Potassium: 250 mg
Protein: 22 gr