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tin1Amia Calva Caviar Kosher Bowfin Caviar:

(Amia Calva) - Better known by its Cajun name "Choupique" is not related to, but is even more ancient than the sturgeons. The bowfin is the only remaining living specimen of an ancient group of fish, which lived over 180 million years ago. In the South, they are eaten only by ethnic groups that usually use the flesh to make fish cakes. The choupique's name comes from "shupik," a Choctaw Indian word that translates as mudfish.' It also has been known as bowfin, swampfish, and cypress trout. The bowfin is an aggressive, predator fish found throughout the southern and eastern USA into southern Canada. We are a Kosher Bowfin Caviar producer.

 

Sturgeon Caviar:    

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Sturgeon resemble a prehistoric creature, but they are actually the modern relics of an ancient group of fish with fossil records dating back 100 million years. These fish can run up to 10 feet in length and weight more than 300 pounds. Many fish of 800 to 1,000 pounds or more were caught around the turn of the 20th century, but by the 1920s, the biggest sturgeon were gone. The sturgeon has no skeletal structure. When removed from the water, all the fish's weight lies on its internal organs.

Paddlefish Caviar:   

(Polyodon Spathula) - Commonly called "Spoonbills," are a cartilaginous cousin to sturgeons and yield roe ranging in color from pale through dark steel-grey and golden "osetra brown." The Paddlefish are found in the rivers of Tennessee, Alabama and Missouri.  They are processed in exactly the same manner as caviar from the Caspian Sea. Paddlefish Caviar is smooth and silky with a rich, complex flavor.

 

Amia Calva Caviar Bowfin Caviar:

(Amia Calva) - Better known by its Cajun name "Choupique" is not related to, but is even more ancient than the sturgeons. The bowfin is the only remaining living specimen of an ancient group of fish, which lived over 180 million years ago. In the South, they are eaten only by ethnic groups that usually use the flesh to make fish cakes. The choupique's name comes from "shupik," a Choctaw Indian word that translates as mudfish.' It also has been known as bowfin, swampfish, and cypress trout. The bowfin is an aggressive, predator fish found throughout the southern and eastern USA into southern Canada. 


Shrimp-Wild Caught: 

           Third Generation trawlers and processing plants.Since 1949 we only produce and process wild caught shrimp.

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Crawfish - Fresh-Live

       We are an International Whoelsaler and Distributor of Fresh Live Crawfish.Crawfish are freshwater crustaceans.Crawfish are healthy food. They are an excellent source of high-quality protein, low in calories, fat and saturated fat, and a good source of vitamins.