Mauritius, a 2,500 square mile island, lies just East of Madagascar off the coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. The warm tropical climate and clean, clear waters are perfect for responsibly raising healthy Redfish. Redfish are members of the drum/croaker family and native to the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic coast and northern South America. The fish are raised in marine net-pens at low stocking densities and the site undergoes regular rigorous environmental monitoring.
The white flesh of Redfish is delicate enough to fry and firm enough to grill. It is well suited for a variety of dishes including those with strong, bold spices, for example blackened Redfish.