All about Seafood
Sea-food that you like here?
On this page, you will find various information on seafood from the types of seafood to the differences between seawater and freshwater seafood. Feel free to browse and reach out to us for any inquiries. At Sejadi, we take our seafood quality seriously!
- Have a fuller flavor but also salty or briny taste
- Tend to have larger bones and easier to debone
- Found in various habitats include coral reefs, salt ponds, mangroves, seagrass beds & deep sea
- Common seawater fish : Asian Seabass, Groupers, Coral Trout, Pomfret, Mackerel and Salmon
- Have a milder flavor profile, do not have briny taste
- Requires extra time & attention to remove all the smaller bones
- Found in shallow wetlands, lakes & rivers where the salinity of water is less than 0.05%
- Common freshwater fish : Carp, Tilapia, Catfish, Eeel & Snakehead
We Supply The Best
Quality Seafood For You
Our mission is to supply premium quality seafood for our customers. There are many types of seafood you can find on this page such as fish, prawn, squid and other types of shellfish to suit each customer's preferences. All our imported seafood products come from verified and trusted local seafood importer that have genuine foreign halal certifications and authorities by JAKIM.
We believe that the best quality of seafood deserves to be enjoyed by everyone at reasonable prices.
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What is IQF
IQF technology stands for Individually Quick Frozen technology. It is a process of freezing products quickly. The objective is to preserve the quality of the goods and prevent the large ice crystals formation that could damage the products.
This style of frozen food packaging is incredibly unique due to its ability to individually freeze all elements of a product, with each item separately frozen.
How IQF Works
Freezing the product with ultra-cold, ultra-fast freezing methodology which results in significantly tiny ice crystal formation. IQF ensures the freezing process produce almost no ice crystals inside of the product itself. This preserves the food and prevent the cells within the food becoming damages.
What is Glaze
A protective layer of frozen water that helps to preserve the freshness of the seafood. 8% to 12% glaze is common but up to 40% is seen in the marketplace. Glaze is good but be careful not to pay for the water!
It is an effective seafood packaging aid to reduce the risk of damaging the goods’ quality during transport and storage. Glazing minimise the risk of contact with the air and extends the durability of the product.
How Glazing Works
Dipping or spraying the frozen seafood with potable water. The amount of glaze depends on the temperature of both the product and the water.