Preparing for Seafood Expo.

Once again, Tropic Seafood, Ltd., will be joining our sister company, Beaver Street Fisheries at Seafood Expo North America (Boston Seafood Show). This year, Tropic Seafood will be exhibiting our Bahamian Spiny Lobster and American Red Snapper in a new display tank measuring 4 x 4 x 2 feet. Tropic

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Another Successful Show At SENA 2019!

(April 3, 2019) Attendance at the Seafood Expo North America 2019 was fabulous, as was the excitement around our newest species. Our representatives were introduced to many that shared interest in our Giant Marine Isopods and Golden Crabs. Our seafood and aquaculture specialists are continuing to explore the possibilities of

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Ministers to Tropic Seafood, Ltd.

On Sept. 18th thru Sept. 21st, The 5th Meeting of the ACP Ministers in charge of Fisheries & Aquaculture was held at the Melia Resort Conference Centre – Cable Beach, Nassau, Bahamas. While on the island, approximately 100 Ministers took an opportunity to visit Tropic Seafood, Ltd. and tour the

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Spawning at Tropic Seafood

NASSAU, Bahamas (July 12, 2017)  – The most fascinating thing happened at the full moon in July 2017. First, the grouper changed into their spawning colors (they transform from vertical strips to having a dark brown top half and a pure white bottom half prior to and during spawning events).

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Nassau Grouper Culture at Tropic Seafood

NASSAU, Bahamas (July 12, 2017) – With permission from the Department of Natural Resources of the Bahamas, 46 wild Nassau grouper were collected during the open commercial fishing season three years ago. The average weight of each fish was 3-10 lbs. at that time. The fish have been kept in

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Olive Flounder Culture at Tropic Seafood

NASSAU, Bahamas  (July 8, 2017) Tropic Seafood is now culturing Japanese/Korean Olive Flounder (also known as “Hirami” in the sushi and sashimi restaurants) with very positive results. To date, three groups of juvenile or fingerling Olive Flounder have been received by Tropic Seafood, and are on their way to being

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The Reverse Osmosis Process

NASSAU, Bahamas (July 3, 2017) At Tropic Seafood we work hard to achieve the purest water possible to process our seafood products–and we do this without any chemicals? With our advanced reverse osmosis system, a generator uses the latest in ozone technology called “Plasma Cloud Technology” as the means to

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