Species Name:Rachycentron canadum
Cobia are the sole member of their scientific family, the Rachycentridae.
Where – Panama
How – Farm Raised
Cobia are delicious and a favorite of sport fishermen… The problem with catching them commercially in the wild is that they don’t school Enter aquaculture! Cobia grow quickly and have been growing in popularity for fish farmers over the last decade. We love them because of their firm, delicious flesh! We are sourcing our Cobia from an innovative farm in Panama – learn more about Open Blue at their website www.Openblue.com
For Your Menu
For Your Waitstaff
Don’t hesitate to recommend the cobia no matter how the chef prepares it. Everyone will love cobia’s mild flavor! If anyone asks what a cobia looks like, you can let them know they kind of look like a shark…
For Your Retail Display
If you’re offering Cobia, you’ll probably have to really work with your customers to get them to try it. It’s a great fish to feature as part of an in-store demo – customers will love the chance to try something new!