Aqua Global Foods Co., Ltd.-Oyster

We currently produces many varieties of oysters. We are able to supply premium oysters when in season.

Product introduction

  • Itoshima Pacific Oyster(from Itoshima, Fukuoka)

    The oysters that we produce are at their best the moment you put them in your mouth. As soon as you bite into one, the unique sweetness of the oyster fills your mouth.

    The reason for this is that they are cultivated in the plankton-rich sea, which is nourished by natural minerals, so they are well-fleshed, full of nutrition, and contain a lot of natural flavor components (amino acids).

    Item Details

    Product name Itoshima Pacific Oyster(from Itoshima, Fukuoka)
    Feature

    The oysters that we produce are at their best the moment you put them in your mouth. As soon as you bite into one, the unique sweetness of the oyster fills your mouth.

    The reason for this is that they are cultivated in the plankton-rich sea, which is nourished by natural minerals, so they are well-fleshed, full of nutrition, and contain a lot of natural flavor components (amino acids).

    Preservation method Keep refrigerated
    amount / size 50mm~120mm
    Shipment time From November to May
    Where to sell the product For Wholesaler and For Retailer
    Production area , Final processing area Fukuoka prefecture
    Expiration date About 5 days
  • Rock oysters “Itoshima Sound”

    Rock oysters are best eaten raw with lemon squeezed over it.
    Different from Pacific oysters in winter, rock oysters’ best season is from early summer.

    Item Details

    Product name Rock oysters “Itoshima Sound”
    Feature

    Rock oysters are best eaten raw with lemon squeezed over it.
    Different from Pacific oysters in winter, rock oysters’ best season is from early summer.

    Preservation method Keep refrigerated
    Minimum lot Need to confirm
    amount / size 150g~400gUP
    Shipment time From March to August
    Where to sell the product For Wholesaler and For Retailer
    Production area , Final processing area Fukuoka prefecture
    Expiration date About 5 days
  • Oysters (from Karadomari, Fukuoka)

    Oysters from Karadomari, grown in the Genkai Sea, one of the world’s best fishing grounds, are well-fleshed and have a tight, plump texture. In the top season, the oysters are plump and rich.

    Item Details

    Product name Oysters (from Karadomari, Fukuoka)
    Feature

    Oysters from Karadomari, grown in the Genkai Sea, one of the world’s best fishing grounds, are well-fleshed and have a tight, plump texture. In the top season, the oysters are plump and rich.

    Preservation method Keep refrigerated
    Minimum lot Need to confirm
    amount / size 80mm-120mm
    Shipment time From March to August
    Where to sell the product For Wholesaler and For Retailer
    Production area , Final processing area Fukuoka prefecture
    Expiration date About 5 days
  • Iseshima Premium

    These premium oysters are produced in the waters of Ise-Shima using a single-seed aquaculture method, and are world-class in terms of sweetness and concentrated umami.

    Item Details

    Product name Iseshima Premium
    Feature

    These premium oysters are produced in the waters of Ise-Shima using a single-seed aquaculture method, and are world-class in terms of sweetness and concentrated umami.

    Preservation method Keep refrigerated
    Minimum lot Need to confirm
    amount / size 50mm-70mm
    Shipment time From November to May
    Where to sell the product For Wholesaler and For Retailer
    Production area , Final processing area Mie prefecture (Kinki area)
    Expiration date About 5 days

Other Information

Address 550-16, Shima Shinmachi, Itoshima City, Fukuoka Prefecture
Website https://ag-f.co.jp/
E-mail info@ag-f.co.jp
Industry Manufacturing company and Wholesaler
Export partner Yes
Transaction form Dealings through trading companies
Export record country Singapore, Hong Kong

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