INDONESIA – Indonesia’s long fishing tradition, coupled with its location near fish-rich waters, renders it as one of the most important fish and seafood producers in the world. In 2012, the country’s total fish production was estimated to be around 15.26 million tons (5.81 million tons from wild capture and 9.45 million tons from aquaculture). Fishery exports from this country have also been significant, generating $3.11 billion USD annually as per the recent estimates. East Java, an island in Indonesia, is responsible for a third of the country’s shipments of fish and seafood. Shrimp, frozen fish, and fresh fish form the largest sections of exported fish and seafood products from the country.
Sea Frozen – Ocean Catch Seafood
Black Tiger Prawns – Packing
Black Tiger Prawns – Packing 1
AOS-AI is located in Jakarta, Indonesia where majority of our products are caught from the warm waters of the Eastern Sea and our farmed seafood are extracted from traditional farms.
BLT – Farm Quality Check
King Fish – Sea Frozen
Fresh Tuna – Packed
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