A tuna is the most accessible fish. Not surprisingly, it is one of the most popular fishes among people. They are tasty and nutritious, and we can easily go and buy a canned tuna at a supermarket at anytime. This saltwater finfish has almost fifteen different species which vary in size and color, which makes it more interesting and delicious at the same time. Korea’s HAEBOTUNA is proud to be a major distributor of tuna foods around the Korean peninsula.
The company has been working on distributing fish food since 1992. HAEBONA delivers it to major fishery markets and major hotels around Seoul. Also, overseas sales are one of its key businesses: the markets are mostly in Japan. Not only does it supply fresh and quality tuna products but also processes a wide variety of types of fish: bluefin tuna, yellowfin tuna, swordfish, pacific sailfish, oil fish, etc.
Years of consistent efforts in developing quality and improving value are paying off: HAEBOTUNA has been certified by HACCP, KFDA, and FDA. “We try our best to preserve the freshness of raw materials and produce quality products under our motto “Think customers as family, cherish employees as family,” said CEO Man-Keun Hwang.
Under its category of “Tuna Story”, HAEBOTUNA presents well-diced and sliced tuna products made from bluefin tunas, big eye tunas, yellowfin tunas, and skipjack tunas. Marlin Story deals with a bit bigger tuna fishes and they are going through quality processing. These species are swordfishes, Indo-Pacific blue marlins, pacific sailfishes, and barred marlins. Escolar (oil fishes) are divided into four different processed parts: loins, fillet, saku block, and steak. For more information, you can visit haebotuna.koreasme.com/index.html