With reports of more than a million fish dying along a 40-kilometre stretch of the Darling River in far north west New South Wales, Aquna Sustainable Murray Cod has joined forces with the community to try and prevent further deaths.
Farmed Murray cod has been listed as a ‘better choice’ in the updated Sustainable Seafood Guide – marking a significant win for Aqua Sustainable Murray Cod.
Several years ago local farmer Mat Ryan decided to make a ‘seachange’ from farming the land and stumbled on to aquaculture – specifically growing Murray cod.
Aquna Sustainable Murray Cod releases more than 200,000 fingerlings into the river system
Murray Cod had been added to the menu at the new look Barrenjoey House at Palm Beach.
Aquna Murray Cod had a taste of victory when they won the state Excellence in Innovation Award at the NSW Business Chamber Awards.
With the news out that farmed Tasmanian Atlantic salmon is off the menu you may be wondering what the alternatives are. Farmed Murray cod gets the nod.
A burgeoning industry has been given a further nod, as well as being labelled a “better choice” by independent experts.
Murray Cod Australia has proven to be quite the catch, after it was named Murray-Riverina Business of the Year.
The ABC’s Sean Murphy meets the Riverina irrigators who have created an aquaculture industry from scratch, developing new market for Australia’s native freshwater fish. This is Aquna Sustainable Murray Cod.
Our Murray cod is grown in dedicated ponds, using water that is eventually used on crops. The sustainable product is traceable from pond to dinner plate, as reported in this ABC report.
Murray cod is making a comeback on your dinner plate. Acclaimed chefs around the world are attracted to the white-fleshed fish’s versatility and firm texture, and the many other benefits of farmed cod.