Baja Kampachi, Seriola rivoliana, is a tropical whitefish found throughout the South Pacific. Sometimes called Almaco Jack, Baja Kampachi is being farm raised by Omega Azul in La Paz, Baja California. Baja Kampachi is available year-round and works well in virtually any whitefish dish. The flesh described as a cross between Sablefish and Yellowfin Tuna is firm, rich and buttery. Baja Kampachi are rich in EPA, DHA and Omega-3 fatty acids and low in saturated fats. Baja Kampachi is being farm raised by Omega Azul in Baja California South. Omega Azul has complete control over the production cycle. They harvest eggs from high quality brood stock sourced from the wild. The fish start out as eggs in the land based hatchery. Once they develop to the appropriate size, they are transferred to net pen in the remote, pristine waters of Baja California. The fish are responsibly raised and fed a high quality pelleted feed composed of premium fishmeal from sustainable fisheries with no antibiotics or hormones added. Baja Kampachi are very efficient fish with a feed conversion ratio (FCR) of 1.4:1 and a the fish in fish out (FIFO) ratio is 1.09:1. Omega Azul has two sites which allows for cage rotation and fallowing.