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What makes Tiger Prawns Responsible?

Pacific Reef Tigers can be found in the deli section of your Coles supermarket. They are available in both cooked and raw frozen. Ask for Pacific Reef Tigers by name and keep an eye out for exciting customer facing options coming soon...

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ASC Certified

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Pacific Reef Fisheries gained ASC certification for the Alva Beach Facility in 2018 for both its Black Tiger Prawn (Penaeus monodon) and Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) production. ASC certification is the highest global standard for responsible aquaculture and provides products that have no environmental or social impacts.


Improved aquaculture practices deliver healthier waterways and oceans


Pacific Reef Tigers has a strong drive for innovation in both environmental and production performance. It's that drive for innovation that led to the development, in conjunction with JCU, of world leading technology using macroalgae to naturally remove pollutants from wastewater. It's what sets Pacific Reef Tigers apart from all other aquaculture operations in Australia and the world. This technology allows the wastewater used in aquaculture operations to be released back into the environment with zero net impact on surrounding oceans and waterways. Considering operations (and many others) are situated adjacent the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, its of critical importance and this responsibility is taken seriously. This unique technology has been trialled and proven; as a result in 2001 the Queensland Government granted Pacific Reef Fisheries a license to expand operations at Ayr and build new operations at Guthalungra. This is a significant shift towards ensuring responsible and sustainable aquaculture practices exist into the future. Pacific Reef Tigers are proud to be innovators leading the industry in sustainability.

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