Ice-Active – Fresher, better quality fish

Xyrex© Ice-Active is a breakthrough product designed to revolutionize the preservation of fish. Imagine it as your fish’s guardian angel against the invisible threat of bacterial growth. It’s not just about keeping things cold; it actively eliminates harmful bacteria on your fish, setting the stage for premium quality seafood that commands higher market prices. The best part? No more post-treatment hassles; there are no residues to worry about. Its innovative formulation ensures a continuous release of protective measures as the ice slowly melts, keeping your fish pristine throughout storage.

When paired with Xyrex© U500, this dynamic duo creates a formidable defense against bacterial invasion, ensuring your seafood stands out with exceptional quality. Say goodbye to fish spoilage and hello to better business prospects with Xyrex© Ice-Active!

Prawnfresh Plus will become a game changer for the domestic Gulf Shrimp industry. It dramatically reduces black spot, improves the appearance and extends retail shelf life for fresh, shell on shrimp up to seven days when the shrimp is properly refrigerated. After five days on ice in a refrigerated display case, the shrimp were still shiny, clear and looked like they had just come out of the sea.

Captain of Brine Shrimp Freezer Boat, Florida

I have been using Prawnfresh for over 3 years now, since the change our Prawns have looked a lot brighter and we have seen a 7% increase in yield. Prawnfresh more than pays for itself, its user friendly and doesn't do any damage to our dipping tank. All in all its a very good product to use. Our Prawn Processor Fraserburgh Seafood have also changed to Prawnfresh.

David McRobbie Skipper, Karen Ann FR559

We switched to Prawnfresh™ so as to ensure that our valued employees are able to work in a comfortable and safe environment, without encountering any breathing difficulties. We have also found that this alternative treatment gives a better result to the end product in terms of appearance and quality compared with sodium metabisulphite.

Processor, Scotland
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