KIN combines the widely recognised and progressive methods of three world-renowned Port Lincoln fisheries - Blaslov Fishing Company, Dinko Tuna Farmers and Stehr Group - with new ways of thinking.
From humble beginnings, these families have created an industry that is intrinsically linked to the Port Lincoln community, and the broader Australian Fishing Industry. They are one of the most sustainable tuna farming industries across the globe, with their processes recognised by science and industry alike.
So it’s no surprise that this proven approach resulted in a taste and quality that has been extolled by the luxury Japanese market for decades. It has created the single most valuable sector of South Australia’s aquaculture industry.
Port Lincoln’s Southern Bluefin Tuna industry doesn’t just follow global guidelines on tuna stock sustainability and production – it created what is now widely recognised as worlds-best practice.
So at a time when many fish stocks are dwindling in other markets, the Southern Bluefin Tuna Industry is in a healthy state. And none more so than those captured and matured in Port Lincoln’s pristine environment, which is closely governed by a strict internationally agreed quota system to ensure the future of the industry.
Respecting the fish:
KIN aims to respect the entire fish, and aims to utilise as much of its body as possible so nothing is wasted. The flesh of the fish is carefully butchered to ensure maximum usage and ultra-quality cuts suitable for both home cook and high end chef; organs such as the heart are cured to create a luxury treat often used in Spanish cuisine, broth is created from the bones and investigation is now underway to utilise the tuna skin.
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