Open Blue Cobia, Panama

Rachycentron canadum

Common Names: 7Seas Open Blue Cobia, Panama - WSP0013

AVAILABILITY

SEASONAL AVAILABILITY

Year-Round Availability

CATCH and COUNTRY of ORIGIN

Sustainable Farmed Raised, Panama

SIZING

2 - 6 oz portions, Previously Frozen

FLAVOR PROFILE

• Firm Texture, Mild Flavor
• Extremely Versatile
• Sashimi Quality, White Flesh
• Rich in Omega-3
• Perfect as Sushi, Sashimi or Ceviche, Grilled, Broiled, Pan-seared or Grilled

COOKING TECHNIQUES

Crudo/Sashimi, Grilling, Roasting, Broiling, Pan Searing, Frying, Steaming, Poaching

PRODUCT INFO

Cobia, (Rachycentron canadum) also known as Black Kingfish, Black Salmon, Tropical Salmon, Ling, Lemonfish, Crabeaters, Chubby Yew, and Aruan Tasek – is most commonly found in clean, offshore waters around drifting and stationary objects.

At Open Blue we raise our fish from the egg in an integrated farming platform. We have complete traceability into the life of the fish. Open Blue Cobia is free of contaminants and rich in Omega-3s; it is carefully cultivated in deep pristine ocean waters and is not genetically engineered in any way. We put great emphasis on the well-being of Open Blue Cobia. Our dedicated team ensures that the fish are raised and handled as humanely as possible.

In order to keep up with the growing human population, more food will have to be produced in the next 50 years than during the past 10,000 years combined. 100 times more production per acre is possible with aquaculture than traditional agriculture, creating the opportunity to meet the growing human demand. Now, more than ever, it is necessary to continually innovate our aquaculture technologies in order to meet the growing needs of the world’s population while remaining environmentally conscious.

Open Blue is the culmination of nearly a decade of cutting edge investigative research on deep ocean aquaculture in collaboration with the world’s leading scientific laboratories and universities. Founder Brian O’Hanlon is an open ocean aquaculture expert who has achieved several milestone successes in sustainably cultivating new species of marine fish and pioneering methods of open ocean operation. Brian developed the second private open ocean farm site located in US waters, was the first to introduce fresh farm raised cobia to the US market and was the first to produce cobia in commercial quantities in open ocean submerged cages.

By using innovative, open ocean aquaculture technology, Open Blue has moved fish farming into the deep sea. Our farms are carefully located, far from shore and sensitive ecosystems. We purposely avoid areas commonly used for artisanal fishing, recreation, conservation, and navigation. We refuse to crowd our fish at high densities in small cages, tanks or ponds. Instead, we give them plenty of room in very large, stress-free, deep-water net pens.

Open Blue’s deep ocean aquaculture methods can sustainably scale with the growing seafood demand without harming our environment, the oceans or sea life. The open ocean is a high-energy environment where the water is pure and pristine, and our fish never see the same water twice. This approach enhances the surrounding environment, lowers the risk of disease and provides a more humane and natural growing environment for fish. This translates into guilt-free, high-quality, safe, healthy and sustainably cultivated seafood.