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Nile Perch Fillet

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Nile Perch Fillet
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"Nile Perch" (Lates Niloticus), is the largest freshwater fish in the world, and can grow to more th
"Nile Perch" (Lates Niloticus), is the largest freshwater fish in the world, and can grow to more than 230 kilograms (500 lbs). It is wonderfully sweet, firmly textured, highly nutritious, virtually odorless, and rich in trace nutrients. Nile Perch also contains one of the highest levels of omega 3 fatty acids (700mg/100 grams), which studies suggest can help to reduce the risk of heart disease. Various sizes available. Origin: East Africa Uganda. The source of all raw material used by Company is Lake Victoria, the second largest freshwater lake in the world.

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    Intercontinental Fish & Food established on 2003 in Japan. We is an exporter of Uganda Fish & Seafood products.    Our products always sell well in the worldwide markets, including North America South America Western Europe Eastern Europe Eastern Asia Southeast Asia Mid East Africa Oceania. We are known for our fine quality, uniqueness, and service. We grow with quality!    We hereby sincerely invite you and your company representatives to visit our booth!For more information visit our website at!
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