Sea Urchin Season Is Open- Our centro urchins are available now.

by David Stringer on November 12, 2013

Our large tongued Centro's are back in season

Fresh Kina and Uni every week, large tongues of roe, creamy and delicious.

We are pleased to be able to offer our most popular kina, the long spine Centro. 
They are a larger tongue than the Helio's and are the kina of choice for many people. For those that have not tasted them, they are rich and creamy, delicious fresh or can be added to any seafood recipe in place of almost any seafood. 

Their taste is like the ocean, however not as salty. We have had nothing but great reports from our customers. These urchins are harvested from the chilled waters of South Eastern Australia, some say they are very similar to the NZ KInas.

Sea Urchin predominately eat seaweed and as well as tasting great some say they have great health benefits.


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If you have not placed an order and wish to, please have a look at our products, and make the most of the divers being in the water, we do aim to have your order to you within 6 business days.


Order Early: When you receive this email it means that we are giving you a little heads up so you can get your order in.  This way we make the most of our divers, you get the freshest Kina/sea urchin around.  Chilled and served in punnets as kina or Uni, we can also supply B grade in bulk sausage bags for restaurants. 
We supply the best quality AAA grade and B grade/kina in Australia, provide our customers with the best customer service available.
This year we won the Victorian Seafood Industry award for Product and customer service.  Our Fishermen won awards also.  These are great achievements and we are proud to be the best.

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