We all know that fish are full of omega-3 fatty acids, natural goodness, vitamins and essential minerals. Dietary guidelines recommend that people eat fish twice a week for optimum health conditions. Eating fish can also benefit both heart and brain.
You can now manage your health better by making TAHI mackerel part of your two fish meal per week. TAHI canned mackerel is easy to prepare and should be part of your pantry. Since it is easily prepared it can be part of a planned meal or impromptu snack food anytime of the day.
TAHI mackerel is positioning itself as premium quality fish which can provide natural goodness to your family. The fish is processed and packed in Chile, which is the home of quality seafoods. Products of Chile are renowned for its quality and taste. It had been market leaders in canned fish until natural disaster hit Chile 2010.
Experts recommend eating up to four portions of oily fish such as mackerel per week. Mackerel is proven to be rich in omega-3 fatty acids that provides benefits to your heart health. TAHI mackerel is wild caught and an important food fish that is consumed throughout the world. As an oily fish, mackerel is full of natural goodness, lean protein and is wholesome food.
Canned mackerel is as rich in omega-3 fats and protein as fresh or frozen fish. It is nutritious and full of natural goodness. It is an excellent option when fresh fish are not available. Mackerel is an oily fish exactly what the doctor orders. TAHI mackerel may provide essential nutrients and they are incredibly convenient. It has easy open ‘pull ring’ which makes it even easier to use. Canned fish may be classified as the healthier take-away food for people on the go. It has the essential minerals, vitamins and helps maintain your heart health. Canned TAHI mackerel should be a staple in pantry. You can prepare nutritious meals for your family and loved ones at ease.
TAHI mackerel is premium quality deep water fish. It is processed using the cutting edge technology in Chile plants. Most fully grown mackerels are 350mm to 450mm long. The 350mm fish may weigh up to 2.5kg. When it comes to mackerel most people think being oily and fishy taste. However, when prepared well TAHI mackerel will have a savoury taste. The fish that TAHI selects are premium quality with optimum length and weight. It does not have the normal ‘fishy’ smell or after taste. The selection of quality fish and special processing procedures makes the difference. Hence, TAHI mackerel is suitable for eating straight from the cans, delicious sandwiches, salads or delectable fish curries.
TAHI, in Maori language literally means number 1. Hence, TAHI mackerel should be your number one choice to feed your loved ones. TAHI brand is owned by Ashton Ventures of New Zealand. Ashton Ventures is a leading international marketing company. It has an established distribution throughout the South Pacific. The Group operations began in the 1960’s in Fiji as a food distribution company. Since then it ventured into manufacturing in Fiji and offshore expansion to New Zealand in the 1980’s.
HiLands Foods, an Australian family business that commenced trading in late 2011 is privileged to be forming a strategic alliance with reputable companies while still in its infancy. It is in commendable position trading with Kraft Heinz, Nestle, Big Sister, Freedom Foods and many more brands. The partnership with Ashton Ventures is extremely valuable in launching premium quality deep water TAHI mackerel. TAHI mackerel is creating waves in the canned fish market in New Zealand and gaining market share.
HiLands Foods is a relatively new company. However, the management has a wealth of experience in food and beverage business. It is a contemporary and progressive company. It’s ‘can do’ attitude and ‘thinking outside the square’ paradigm sets them apart. HiLands Foods is a young and dynamic team with a diverse experience in sales management and food trade.
TAHI brand owners supports and ensures sustainable fishing practices. Sustainable fishing means leaving enough fish in the ocean, respecting habitats and ensuring people who depend on fishing can maintain their livelihoods. The sustainability of a fishery can be assessed regardless of its size, geography or the fishing method used. An important part of modern fishing is releasing fish that does not meet the criteria, are under size to ensure future growth.
Sustainable fishing ensures fishing must be at a level to ensure it can continue indefinitely. It is also to ensure the fish population can remain productive and healthy. Fishing activity must be managed carefully so that other species and habitats within the ecosystem remain healthy. Scientific knowledge also improves all the time and fisheries are encouraged to develop new ways of conserving marine resources for future generations.
Canned fish market in a huge market with tuna, salmon, mackerel, sardines, and many more. They are keeping you healthy.
RAJ AUNINDRA BACHU
General Manager (JP NSW)
P: 02 9671 3610
M: 0418 402 126