Seafood is loved by many, especially in winters. It is easy to cook and also healthy. Also used for diet purposes as it will keep you fit as it’s full of nutrition. Fish is considered a cheap source of protein diet that you can add to your meal. Pakistan is a country of diverse landscapes, wildlife, and ecosystem. The rivers and lakes provide a home for both; homegrown and exotic fish species. Marine fish is marketed as fresh, frozen, canned, reduced to fish meal, other purposes, and some retained by fishermen for their use. The freshwater catch is marketed fresh for local consumption.
At Imtiaz Super Market we have a wide variety of fish. They are available at our Gulshan branch, DHA branch, Malir Cantt branch and Tariq Road branch. You will find several types of fish including; Black Pomfret (Small), Chakori, Dhaati, Fresh Water RAHU (Large), Fresh Water RAHU (Small), King fish (Surmai), Mangra fish Boneless, Mulla, Mushka, Prawns, Queen fish (Saram), Raawas, Red Snapper (Heera), Round Sole, Silver Grunter (Dhotar), Tuna fish, White Dandia, White Kund, White Pomfret (Large), White Pomfret (Small), Yellow fish (Goli), Baby Bekti (Daangri), Black Kund, and Black Pomfret (Large).
You can easily check the fish if is fresh or not by looking at the gills of a fish, fresh fish gills are bright red or pink in color. It has a mild scent and moist flesh, and appears freshly cut. Whole fish have bright, bulging eyes, this is also another hint of checking the freshness. Frozen fish should meet the fresh-smell test and have taut packaging with no evidence of ice or blood.
Hopefully, with the tips we have shared, you will never have a bad experience while purchasing fish next time you go shopping for it.