Lutjanus campechanus refers to that which is known as the Red Snapper a prized commodity that is caught recreationally, as well as commercially. A reef fish it stays relatively close to the to the bottom of the ocean, inhabiting rocky bottom, ledges, ridges, and artificial reefs, including even offshore oil rigs and shipwrecks.
Featuring a sloped profile, medium-to-large scales, a spiny dorsal fin and a laterally compressed body they are coloured a light red, with more intense pigmentation present on the back.
|Common Name||:||Red Snapper|
|Latin Name||:||Lutjanus spp|
|Processing Methods||:||Whole GG, Fillets|
Whole 1kg Up
Fillets 150 grams Up
Whole fish is individually wrapped in poly bag and packed in 20kg styro foam boxes
Fillets vacuum packed and packed in 20Kg styro foam boxes with gel ice.