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Friday, 06 July 2018 12:23

FISHING. The freshest fish, in wood

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Fish in wooden box, covered with ice, is a guarantee of freshness for the consumer

Wooden containers are mainly used in the Mediterranean for purse seine fishing, which is usually aimed at pelagic species, such as sardine, anchovy, mackerel or jack mackerel. The containers are filled on the boats and are transported directly to the fish market where they are sold. The vast majority of this fish is served on the same day in stores, supermarkets or restaurants, with no added treatments or preservatives. Wood promotes transparent conservation practices, because current regulations permits only the use of ice. That is why when a customer sees fish in a wooden box they immediately discern its freshness.

Additionally, wooden fish containers are hygienic and ideal for contact with food. They are single-use, meaning they cannot be reused. So their hygiene does not depend on cleaning techniques and have factory guarantee. Good manufacturing practices, together with wood’s antibacterial properties, ensure the protection of consumers' health.

And as they are 100% natural containers, they are environmentally friendly, especially since the wood used to manufacture the packaging are sourced from sustainably managed crops and forests.

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