Olive Flounder Farming

To get started and become successful in aquaculture strongly depends on what species of fish you are trying to grow.

Olive flounders, Paralichthys olivaceus, are commercially valuable and important marine species which has the highest valued finfish in the world and has been the top product in Korea for more than 20 years.

Widespread success of commercial flounder culture is due to its high growth rate, higher feed efficiency, tolerance to water temperature changes, availability of year-round hatchery-produced seeds and resistance to diseases.

Olive flounder is highly valued fish among seafood consumers.

Almost all fish, but not every one of them is edible raw.  Since flounder fillets have a white color, appealing firm texture along with a mild seafood taste has made it a good species for Sushi and Sashimi.

Olive flounder is among a few species that it used for Sushi and Sashimi. Its meat is best served cut thinly and color combination with Salmon and Tuna meat (white,pink and red) is appeal to all raw fish consumers.

In Korea, Olive flounder is extremely popular among Koreans for its good taste and dress-out yield. It is served in several ways, with raw being the most popular of them all.

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We,as a wholesale seafood distributor and aquaculture consultant can  help you to grow this valuable fish from hatchery production to commercial size.