3 Minute Market Insight – Episode #7 – Vietnam Pangasius Fish Farms

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In this special Episode of the Tradex Foods — 3 Minute Market Insight for Seafood Purchasers — President & CEO Robert Reierson takes you on a trip to a Pan…

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SuperDickweed says:

Swai. WalMart. Great fish. Huge fillets. No fishy taste like tilapia.

Cat approved. Two cat thumbs up.

TradexFoods says:

Its important to note that there is a lot of inferior product and unscrupulous processors out there. Take a look at this comparison of Pangasius tradexfoods[dot]com/blog/good-pangasius-vs-bad-pangasius

tibchy144 says:

few days ago i tried the panga fish fillet at our company’s caffeteria and it had a really strange nasty smell, i took only a few bites and couldn’t eat any more..

Norman Shuzen says:

I have sampled Vietnamese Raised Swai Cat Fish and found it to safe and delicious. The Vietnamese and Thailand Fish farming industry is better in many respects than are own domestic industry. I will never hesitate to eat Vietnamese FISH.

jay s says:

Eew!

kurtilein3 says:

i think the ponds have a slightly higher water level compared to the big river, and are supplied by a small spring or river that would otherwise flow directly into the big one, filling the ponds instead.

You cannot easily clean or filter chemical pollutants out of a river, you have to control what goes in, which is near impossible for the Mekong, but easy to do for a small side-river or spring.

radu3g says:

Nice attempt. Would be also nice to see where and how water is actually cleaned, or at least filtered. Or it isn’t?

Anwar Afhim says:

The worst part is that here in Britain, people are selling pangasius as cod due to the very similar tastes of the two fish.

Carlos Cuauhtémoc Díaz Carrizales says:

non of yours links work…

DJYVGTORONTO says:

Liar Liar your Pants Are On Fire watch?v=N6N2SX51d7w
For truth!!!

DJYVGTORONTO says:

/watch?v=N6N2SX51d7w Mekong Worlds Dirtiest Water… U Sir, are just a liar.

PurpleOrchid254 says:

True!

LaurasNet says:

this is shit fish

Vince Vl says:

The mekong is the most polluted stinking river I’ve ever seen.

ashu ashushu says:

wasted my 5 min. was expecting to see a pangasius

czg2012 says:

c’mon tradex, what about testing the water for the amount of heavy metals and industrial fertilizer chemicals. there’s more than meets the eye.

Ervgoti says:

Not bad.. 30 minutes for cull to freeze! I’m sure that beat’s your local fisherman to fish monger process.

joe johansen says:

ha, clean water! what a joke! this is the water coming from one of the worlds most polluted rivers right?

Lee Minh says:

For Pangasius/ Basa fish, we can controll safely everything from farm to pond now. Not to be harmful and dangerous fish such as some bad information. They are trying to say bad due to its price is competitive such as other fish. If you want to more information or buying it, you can contact with us via email: lminhsfc@gmail.com. We can help you to know more clear about it because we are a Pangasius farmer, producer, exporter. Thanks

Lee Minh says:

For Pangasius/ Basa fish, we can controll safely everything from farm to pond now. Not to be harmful and dangerous fish such as some bad information. They are trying to say bad due to its price is competitive such as other fish. If you want to more information or buying it, you can contact with us via email: lminhsfc@gmail.com. We can help you to know more clear about it because we are a Pangasius farmer, producer, exporter. Thanks

warrior4christ1980 says:

this fish is injected with dehydrated urine from pregnant women do you really want to eat this pissy fish go ahead Im NOT

numberstation says:

I’d rather eat my Havaianas,about as appetising.

VmanLee says:

fish farm… as in they’re raised and grown in the ponds… but yea, i still question how sanitary this all is.

VmanLee says:

dirty water from the river… cleaned… transported to a pond 3ft from the dirty pond… dont worry about the actual cleaning processes…. and the it goes here, here, and in to there.

Jesper Hansen says:

The light table is for parasite inspection… This is common practice also in say Iceland

bigondascene says:

………YYOOOO…..AM I THE ONLY PERSON SEEING THIS BULL……..AND JUS WHERE R U GETTTING THE FISH FOR THIS SO CALLED CLEAN WATER……..UMMM……LEMME GUESS……UMMM…….OHHH OUT OF THE POLLUTED WATER…….SO NOW U GOT POLLUTED FISH IN CLEAN WATER……WTF ?………SO THE WATER GETS BACK POLLUTED……SO WHERE IS IT CLEAN AT ?……….

chocayto says:

For more information regarding catfish industry in Vietnam, please dont hesitate to contact me via email: thuuloc@email.arizona.edu , I am Loc Tran, I am doing a PhD program in the Univeristy of Arizona, USA. Thanks

chocayto says:

Up to date, catfish exporters are trying to enclose their business from fish farming,fish feed production, fish fillet processing, and exporting to ensure the products quality. We are now applying international standards in fish farming and processing such as GAP (good aquaculture practice). Fish Farmers, fish processing company, and exporters are working closely with scientists in Universities and Research institutes to make our catfish industry safer and more reliable.

chocayto says:

Thank you so much for this video. As a Vietnamese aquaculturist and scientist, I have been working in Catfish farming industry in Vietnam for 4 years. I guarantee that our catfish industry has been trying to improve hygienic standard and meet international food safety demand. Actually, before catfish fillet come to your dish, it has to meet a variety of standards from farming, using drugs and chemical, product quality, processing to ensure that our product does not contain harmful agents.

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