Description

Sardine

Mamakari

(Amblygaster sirm)

Sardine is a type of fish that lives in Vietnamese waters, mainly in the central and southern provinces from Quang Nam to Binh Thuan and Ba Ria. Sardine is nutritious seafood with reasonable prices, Sardine is famous as an Omega 3 and Vitamin D. Rich Sardine is a popular dish in Vietnam and around the world, plus Sardine sauce is a kind of Favorite spices in Europe. In Phu Quoc Island, sardines are often eaten with a variety of green vegetables.

The volume of sardines is very large and stable each year, this seafood product is consumed in both national and global markets. Vietnam usually exports Frozen Whole Sardine, Frozen Sardine Fillet, Block and IQF, Dried Sardine and Sardine Sauce to Europe and America.