Our Bali Milkfish is a species of milkfish native to Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, and other areas in the South China Sea. The milkfish is the only member of the genus Chanos. It is the most important fish species in the tropical aquaculture industry due to the high quality of its flesh, the convenience of its large size, and its adaptability to intensive aquaculture conditions.
Bali Milkfish Fry or Bangus Fry, or Chanos chanos is a species of large marine fish in family Carangidae. Bali milkfish is a species of milkfish native to the Pacific Ocean especially to Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines.
Bali Milkfish is a white meat fish that is high in protein content and many other health benefits. It is one of the only fish that has no bones. Milkfish is commonly found in shallow tropical waters and brackish water. It can tolerate a wide range of salinity, from quite salty to freshwater, even brackish water. This fish has delicate and mild white meat. Milkfish is important in the aquaculture industry.
Milkfish is a white-meat fish with a mildly sweet, somewhat milky flavor. It is the national fish of the Philippines and is the national fish of Indonesia.