Speaking of Halloween, did you know…? (From CRC ) A celebration much like our Halloween, with bonfires and feasting on apples and nuts and harvest fruits, was part of pagan worship for centuries. The Britons celebrated in honor of their sun-god with bonfires, a tribute to the light that brought them abundant harvest. At the same time
One of our by-products is beautiful, high quality tilapia leather, dyed in Indonesia and handcrafted in Italy into luxury accessories. Tilapia is a tremendous resource!
A recent article on MSN was a rather sensational piece, depicting Tilapia as a garbage fish, living in muddy puddles, fed feces. The author barely mentions that this is not how all Tilapia are raised. While we decry the terrible practices in China, we must point out that our fish are raised in deep water
Regal Springs’ Magdalena Wallhoff will be a contributor at the World Wildlife Fund Sustainable Sourcing Workshop in Washington, D.C., Feb. 26 – 27, to address sourcing challenges and opportunities associated with several agricultural, forest, and seafood commodities. We are grateful to have this opportunity to share our expertise in meeting the world’s demand for protein in a
Regal Springs skin-on fillets. Photo by Bonjwing Lee for Regal Springs. January 16, 2013, 6:58 am Eva Tallaksen Regal Springs, the world’s largest tilapia producer, has teamed up with Continental Seafoods to sell its Indonesia Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC)-certified tilapia into the UK. If it takes off, the project could easily be the largest of
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