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Pangasius fish, often praised for its affordability and versatility, has unfortunately been plagued by various myths and misconceptions that have tarnished its reputation. In this blog, we aim to dispel some of the most common misconceptions surrounding pangasius.

Myth: pangasius is Unsafe to Eat

One prevalent myth suggests that pangasius is unsafe or unhealthy to consume, often due to concerns about its origin and farming practices. However, at Vinh Hoan, our factory maintains stringent quality assurance and quality control measures. The ASC’s Pangasius Standard includes strict requirements on monitoring water quality and limiting environmental impacts of feed ingredients and waste, among many others,” says Davis. “For example, ASC-certified swai farms are required to measure various water parameters (nitrogen, phosphorus, oxygen levels, etc.) on a regular basis and remain within set limits. Treatment systems for waste and sludge need to comply with strict requirements before discharging can occur.

Myth: pangasius is Low in Quality

Another misconception is that pangasius is a low-quality fish, lacking in taste and nutritional value. In reality, pangasius offers a mild flavor and delicate texture, making it a versatile option for various culinary applications. Additionally, pangasius is rich in protein, low in fat, and high in omega-3 fatty acids, making it a nutritious choice for health-conscious consumers.

Myth: pangasius is Harmful to the Environment

There is a misconception that Pangasius farming practices are detrimental to the environment, leading to pollution and habitat destruction. However, at Vinh Hoan, our commitment to sustainability and innovation is evident in our Research and Development laboratory. To get certified we already have proper water treatment and etc.

In conclusion, pangasius fish is a nutritious and sustainable seafood option unfairly maligned by myths and misconceptions. By debunking these myths and understanding the facts, consumers can confidently incorporate Pangasius into their diet, enjoying its affordability, versatility, and nutritional benefits without hesitation.