• Australia’s most iconic fish

    Australians have been eating Barramundi for centuries, dating back to the Dreamtime. In fact, the word ‘Barramundi’ is derived from the aboriginal word for ‘river fish with large scales’.

    In the Dreaming two lovers who are not allowed to be together according to tribal law, run away together. They are pursued by the tribe and finally, […]

  • An Omega-3 mega source and high in protein

    Its well publicised that omega-3 is essential for brain health, but less well known is that Barramundi has one of the highest omega-3 levels for white fish and has similar levels as found in Salmon.

    Humans do not synthesise omega-3, so we have to obtain it from our diet. Omega-3 can be bought as concentrated fish […]

  • Truly sustainable

    Aquaculture is leading the way in the efficient production of protein. By breeding fish with better food conversion ratio’s, faster growth rates, and higher survival in managed systems, the impact on the environment compared to wild-catch is significantly decreased.  Small land footprints and low water use are other vital sustainability attributes.

    In the case of Infinity […]