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  • Coldwater Prawns | Visual Foods
    Tiger Delight Recipes Creamy Seafood Chowder Banh Xeo Vietnamese Crepes Baked Courgette with minced pork Thai Green Curry Butterfly Prawns with Garlic Butter Spicy Seafood Stew Paella with Seafood Chicken Ca Kho To Vietnamese Braised Fish BBQ Chilli Prawn Skewers Tom Rang Muoi Vietnamese Fried Prawns Sweet and Sticky 5 Spice Ribs Chilli Prawn Noodles Braised Duck Chinese Stir fried Beef with Broccoli Nuoc Cham Vietnamese Dipping Sauce Grilled Tilapia with Mango Salsa Lamb Spinach Curry Marinated Swordfish and Prawns Mixed Seafood with Vegetables Vietnamese Stuffed Squid Shredded Beef with Onion and Ginger Chinese Chicken with Prawn and Mushrooms Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Squid Pangasius with Pine Nuts and Pesto Species Guide Tiger Prawns Vannamei Prawns Freshwater Prawns Sea White Prawns Black Pink Prawns Coldwater Prawns Tilapia Threadfin Bream Pangasius Squid Mussels Scallops Sustainability Our Policies Responsible Sourcing The Environment Contact Us Sales Enquiry Coldwater Prawns Scientific Name Pandalus borealis Market Name Northern Shrimp Deepwater Prawn The pandalus borealis is almost translucent and lives in the natural coldwater habitats surrounding Norway Iceland Greenland and Canada They develop initially as males then become female after around 3 years Life span is around 5 years although possibly up to 8 years

    Original URL path: http://www.visualfoods.co.uk/coldwaterprawns (2016-02-12)
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  • Tilapia | Visual Foods
    Lamb Mutton Fruit Veg Tinned Fruit and Veg Frozen Vegetables and Chips Speciality Foods Speciality Foods Tiger Delight Recipes Creamy Seafood Chowder Banh Xeo Vietnamese Crepes Baked Courgette with minced pork Thai Green Curry Butterfly Prawns with Garlic Butter Spicy Seafood Stew Paella with Seafood Chicken Ca Kho To Vietnamese Braised Fish BBQ Chilli Prawn Skewers Tom Rang Muoi Vietnamese Fried Prawns Sweet and Sticky 5 Spice Ribs Chilli Prawn Noodles Braised Duck Chinese Stir fried Beef with Broccoli Nuoc Cham Vietnamese Dipping Sauce Grilled Tilapia with Mango Salsa Lamb Spinach Curry Marinated Swordfish and Prawns Mixed Seafood with Vegetables Vietnamese Stuffed Squid Shredded Beef with Onion and Ginger Chinese Chicken with Prawn and Mushrooms Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Squid Pangasius with Pine Nuts and Pesto Species Guide Tiger Prawns Vannamei Prawns Freshwater Prawns Sea White Prawns Black Pink Prawns Coldwater Prawns Tilapia Threadfin Bream Pangasius Squid Mussels Scallops Sustainability Our Policies Responsible Sourcing The Environment Contact Us Sales Enquiry Tilapia Scientific Name Tilapia mossambica Market Name St Peter s Fish Black Tilapia Nile Tilapia Tilapia is a tropical freshwater fish that has become very popular due to it being easy to farm and is easily adapted to different

    Original URL path: http://www.visualfoods.co.uk/tilapia (2016-02-12)
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  • Threadfin Bream | Visual Foods
    Raw Butterfly King Prawns King Prawn Skewers Sushi Ebi Surimi Seafood Fish Tilapia Pangasius Squid Scallops Mussels Meat Poultry Chicken Pork Beef Lamb Mutton Fruit Veg Tinned Fruit and Veg Frozen Vegetables and Chips Speciality Foods Speciality Foods Tiger Delight Recipes Creamy Seafood Chowder Banh Xeo Vietnamese Crepes Baked Courgette with minced pork Thai Green Curry Butterfly Prawns with Garlic Butter Spicy Seafood Stew Paella with Seafood Chicken Ca Kho To Vietnamese Braised Fish BBQ Chilli Prawn Skewers Tom Rang Muoi Vietnamese Fried Prawns Sweet and Sticky 5 Spice Ribs Chilli Prawn Noodles Braised Duck Chinese Stir fried Beef with Broccoli Nuoc Cham Vietnamese Dipping Sauce Grilled Tilapia with Mango Salsa Lamb Spinach Curry Marinated Swordfish and Prawns Mixed Seafood with Vegetables Vietnamese Stuffed Squid Shredded Beef with Onion and Ginger Chinese Chicken with Prawn and Mushrooms Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Squid Pangasius with Pine Nuts and Pesto Species Guide Tiger Prawns Vannamei Prawns Freshwater Prawns Sea White Prawns Black Pink Prawns Coldwater Prawns Tilapia Threadfin Bream Pangasius Squid Mussels Scallops Sustainability Our Policies Responsible Sourcing The Environment Contact Us Sales Enquiry Threadfin Bream Scientific Name Nemipterus furcosus Market Name Whiptail Bream False Snappers The Threadfin Bream is a

    Original URL path: http://www.visualfoods.co.uk/threadfinbream (2016-02-12)
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  • Pangasius | Visual Foods
    Speciality Foods Speciality Foods Tiger Delight Recipes Creamy Seafood Chowder Banh Xeo Vietnamese Crepes Baked Courgette with minced pork Thai Green Curry Butterfly Prawns with Garlic Butter Spicy Seafood Stew Paella with Seafood Chicken Ca Kho To Vietnamese Braised Fish BBQ Chilli Prawn Skewers Tom Rang Muoi Vietnamese Fried Prawns Sweet and Sticky 5 Spice Ribs Chilli Prawn Noodles Braised Duck Chinese Stir fried Beef with Broccoli Nuoc Cham Vietnamese Dipping Sauce Grilled Tilapia with Mango Salsa Lamb Spinach Curry Marinated Swordfish and Prawns Mixed Seafood with Vegetables Vietnamese Stuffed Squid Shredded Beef with Onion and Ginger Chinese Chicken with Prawn and Mushrooms Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Squid Pangasius with Pine Nuts and Pesto Species Guide Tiger Prawns Vannamei Prawns Freshwater Prawns Sea White Prawns Black Pink Prawns Coldwater Prawns Tilapia Threadfin Bream Pangasius Squid Mussels Scallops Sustainability Our Policies Responsible Sourcing The Environment Contact Us Sales Enquiry Pangasius Scientific Name Pangasius hypophthalmus Market Name Basa Striped Catfish Dory Pangasius are native to Vietnam found predominantly in the Mekong River Delta Pangasius are farmed in large quantities and have the benefit of growing fast usually to full size within 6 months and to a typical size of 1 5

    Original URL path: http://www.visualfoods.co.uk/pangasius (2016-02-12)
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  • Squid | Visual Foods
    Poultry Chicken Pork Beef Lamb Mutton Fruit Veg Tinned Fruit and Veg Frozen Vegetables and Chips Speciality Foods Speciality Foods Tiger Delight Recipes Creamy Seafood Chowder Banh Xeo Vietnamese Crepes Baked Courgette with minced pork Thai Green Curry Butterfly Prawns with Garlic Butter Spicy Seafood Stew Paella with Seafood Chicken Ca Kho To Vietnamese Braised Fish BBQ Chilli Prawn Skewers Tom Rang Muoi Vietnamese Fried Prawns Sweet and Sticky 5 Spice Ribs Chilli Prawn Noodles Braised Duck Chinese Stir fried Beef with Broccoli Nuoc Cham Vietnamese Dipping Sauce Grilled Tilapia with Mango Salsa Lamb Spinach Curry Marinated Swordfish and Prawns Mixed Seafood with Vegetables Vietnamese Stuffed Squid Shredded Beef with Onion and Ginger Chinese Chicken with Prawn and Mushrooms Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Squid Pangasius with Pine Nuts and Pesto Species Guide Tiger Prawns Vannamei Prawns Freshwater Prawns Sea White Prawns Black Pink Prawns Coldwater Prawns Tilapia Threadfin Bream Pangasius Squid Mussels Scallops Sustainability Our Policies Responsible Sourcing The Environment Contact Us Sales Enquiry Squid Scientific Name Todarodes pacificus Market Name Japanese Flying Squid Ink Fish Calamari The Japanese Flying squid has a long tube like body with a pair of fins that resemble wings At the front are

    Original URL path: http://www.visualfoods.co.uk/squid (2016-02-12)
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  • Mussels | Visual Foods
    and Veg Frozen Vegetables and Chips Speciality Foods Speciality Foods Tiger Delight Recipes Creamy Seafood Chowder Banh Xeo Vietnamese Crepes Baked Courgette with minced pork Thai Green Curry Butterfly Prawns with Garlic Butter Spicy Seafood Stew Paella with Seafood Chicken Ca Kho To Vietnamese Braised Fish BBQ Chilli Prawn Skewers Tom Rang Muoi Vietnamese Fried Prawns Sweet and Sticky 5 Spice Ribs Chilli Prawn Noodles Braised Duck Chinese Stir fried Beef with Broccoli Nuoc Cham Vietnamese Dipping Sauce Grilled Tilapia with Mango Salsa Lamb Spinach Curry Marinated Swordfish and Prawns Mixed Seafood with Vegetables Vietnamese Stuffed Squid Shredded Beef with Onion and Ginger Chinese Chicken with Prawn and Mushrooms Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Squid Pangasius with Pine Nuts and Pesto Species Guide Tiger Prawns Vannamei Prawns Freshwater Prawns Sea White Prawns Black Pink Prawns Coldwater Prawns Tilapia Threadfin Bream Pangasius Squid Mussels Scallops Sustainability Our Policies Responsible Sourcing The Environment Contact Us Sales Enquiry Mussels Scientific Name Perna canaliculus Mytius edulis Market Name Blue mussels bay mussels Mussels are found in great abundance in the wild around the British Isles and Northern Europe now extensively grown on ropes in many areas Wild spat are collected and placed on to

    Original URL path: http://www.visualfoods.co.uk/mussels (2016-02-12)
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  • Scallops | Visual Foods
    Chicken Pork Beef Lamb Mutton Fruit Veg Tinned Fruit and Veg Frozen Vegetables and Chips Speciality Foods Speciality Foods Tiger Delight Recipes Creamy Seafood Chowder Banh Xeo Vietnamese Crepes Baked Courgette with minced pork Thai Green Curry Butterfly Prawns with Garlic Butter Spicy Seafood Stew Paella with Seafood Chicken Ca Kho To Vietnamese Braised Fish BBQ Chilli Prawn Skewers Tom Rang Muoi Vietnamese Fried Prawns Sweet and Sticky 5 Spice Ribs Chilli Prawn Noodles Braised Duck Chinese Stir fried Beef with Broccoli Nuoc Cham Vietnamese Dipping Sauce Grilled Tilapia with Mango Salsa Lamb Spinach Curry Marinated Swordfish and Prawns Mixed Seafood with Vegetables Vietnamese Stuffed Squid Shredded Beef with Onion and Ginger Chinese Chicken with Prawn and Mushrooms Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Squid Pangasius with Pine Nuts and Pesto Species Guide Tiger Prawns Vannamei Prawns Freshwater Prawns Sea White Prawns Black Pink Prawns Coldwater Prawns Tilapia Threadfin Bream Pangasius Squid Mussels Scallops Sustainability Our Policies Responsible Sourcing The Environment Contact Us Sales Enquiry Scallops Scientific Name Placopecten magellanicus Market Name Atlantic Sea Scallop Roeless Scallop The Atlantic Sea Scallop is a commercially important bivalve mollusc native to the North American and Canadian Atlantic coast The classic fan shaped seashell of the scallop contains an edible white and meaty adductor muscle often 30 to 40 mm in diamater and unlike the Queen or King Scallop are roeless Adult Sea Scallops typically are found at depths from 18 110m and are less common in shallow water due to high temperatures They live on firm sand gravel shells and rock Scallops can be used in a wide variety of dishes including our Mixed Seafood with Vegetables recipe and are versatile very tender and sweet making them one of the most popular seafoods To ensure you get the best taste from your scallops

    Original URL path: http://www.visualfoods.co.uk/scallops (2016-02-12)
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  • Our Policies | Visual Foods
    Butterfly King Prawns King Prawn Skewers Sushi Ebi Surimi Seafood Fish Tilapia Pangasius Squid Scallops Mussels Meat Poultry Chicken Pork Beef Lamb Mutton Fruit Veg Tinned Fruit and Veg Frozen Vegetables and Chips Speciality Foods Speciality Foods Tiger Delight Recipes Creamy Seafood Chowder Banh Xeo Vietnamese Crepes Baked Courgette with minced pork Thai Green Curry Butterfly Prawns with Garlic Butter Spicy Seafood Stew Paella with Seafood Chicken Ca Kho To Vietnamese Braised Fish BBQ Chilli Prawn Skewers Tom Rang Muoi Vietnamese Fried Prawns Sweet and Sticky 5 Spice Ribs Chilli Prawn Noodles Braised Duck Chinese Stir fried Beef with Broccoli Nuoc Cham Vietnamese Dipping Sauce Grilled Tilapia with Mango Salsa Lamb Spinach Curry Marinated Swordfish and Prawns Mixed Seafood with Vegetables Vietnamese Stuffed Squid Shredded Beef with Onion and Ginger Chinese Chicken with Prawn and Mushrooms Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Squid Pangasius with Pine Nuts and Pesto Species Guide Tiger Prawns Vannamei Prawns Freshwater Prawns Sea White Prawns Black Pink Prawns Coldwater Prawns Tilapia Threadfin Bream Pangasius Squid Mussels Scallops Sustainability Our Policies Responsible Sourcing The Environment Contact Us Sales Enquiry Our Policies At Visual Foods we acknowledge our responsibility to minimise our impact on the environment by driving forwards a responsible and sustainable sourcing policy We have a responsibility to ensure fish and shellfish stocks remain at a sustainable level and work in cooperation with our global supply partners to ensure that the required environmental ethical and sustainable stock management systems are in place Our principal guidance comes from the community of marine and fisheries scientists who allow access to independent information on the status of the various fish stocks and aquaculture practices around the world This allows for balanced and accurate information to be forthcoming We continually review our policies in the light of any campaign claims

    Original URL path: http://www.visualfoods.co.uk/ourpolicies (2016-02-12)
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