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Pole and line method used to catch tuna by fishermen in the Maldives is both environmentally and socially sustainable, enabling the island communities to live well within the limits of nature.
In the Maldives, tuna is traditionally caught in clear blue waters by pole and line, which ensures that you get the finest quality of tuna. Every fish is gutted, skinned and cut in an age-old technique. The gills and some of the innards are discarded, the head and backbone removed, and the belly is separated. The fish is then divided into four longitudinal pieces called ari. For larger tunas these pieces can be cut into smaller sections (foti).
These tuna are processed by boiling and smoking. These pieces of tuna are cut into small fillets
Chilled and Vacuum packed loins and steaks. Our packing facility is certified by FDA which enable us to package our products to European standards approved by European Union.
Our fish are caught by Pole and Line method. One Man, One hook, and One fish at a time
By purchasing our products your supporting local communities since we buy directly from ,fishermen and you will be contributing to environmentally friendly means of fishing. At the same time you will be enjoying a fresh and a healthy product.
catching tuna one by one.
“Major brands have made public commitments to sourcing sustainably caught tuna. Pole and line fishing is the most environmentally friendly method possible, and it is imperative that we use these commitments to both improve the lives of these fishing communities as well as the health of their fisheries.”Dr. M. Shiham Adam, Director for Science and Maldives
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