Nestled in the lush, green hills of Chiapas, Mexico is Acuagranjas Dos Lagos, Regal Springs’ newest operations complex. The facilities consist of a hatchery, juvenile fry nursery, floating grow-out cages and a state of the art production facility. Lake Penitas, on which the tilapia are raised in floating cages, boasts pure, fresh water surrounded by
Regal Springs Tilapia is proud to announce their Honduras plant has been awarded the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s (GAA) Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification. Aquafinca Saint Peter Fish S.A. achieved the first BAP Certification in Honduras for their processing plant in San Francisco De Yojoa, Cortes. Aquafinca processes over 25,000 mt annually of both fresh and
A quick snapshot of our new doctor’s office at our facility in Mexico. Such an important resource for our employees!
Regal Springs’ founder recently ate at Rubio’s with his youngest daughter, to try the fish tacos made with Regal Springs tilapia. The mild, succulent fish paired well with the fresh and spicy taste of the tacos. We are very pleased to partner with Rubio’s, and wish them continued success!
Amsterdam, 20th of August 2012 – Today, the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) celebrates the market launch of its global, independent trademark for responsibly farmed seafood. Tilapia from Indonesia is first farmed fish to meet the ASC’s certification standard. This tilapia is recognised through the use of the on-pack ASC logo. The logo reinforces to consumers
According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, aquaculture makes up almost half (73 million tons) of the world supply of seafood (150 million tons). By some estimates, aquaculture is projected to surpass wild harvest in fisheries production and supply in the next 10 years. Since aquaculture is emerging as a competitive alternative to the