Ticker TV- Wendy Hargreaves interviews Boris Musa for the channels ‘Bread and Butter’ show. Discussing the Covid Crisis and the new direct to consumer business that has come from it.

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The company operates a pilot farm in the United States and has the option to own it. 

Australian land-based barramundi farmer Mainstream Aquaculture is exploring a potential expansion of its sales and operations in the US market, hoping to capitalize on growing…

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3AW presenter Dee Dee speaks to Boris Musa about Mainstream and the operations of the business during the COVID 19 rescrictions.

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If we can take a positive during this whole pandemic, it’s realising that we can get a whole lot more delivered to our door than we first thought.

Obviously it’s convenient, but in some cases, having items delivered straight to your door is helping a business that has had to pivot due to the pandemic.

MainStream Aquaculture is the world’s largest barramundi producer and they’re situated just half an hour from Melbourne’s CBD at a farm in Wyndham. The business—which produced more than 40 million fish last year—suddenly found themselves in a pickle with its restaurant and export market disappearing almost overnight due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can now get your hands on their Infinity Blue barramundi that you would usually find in restaurants all over Melbourne—and the rest of the world—and have it delivered straight to your door…

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Barramundi producer MainStream Aquaculture is targeting consumers directly after suffering from restaurant closures and export market challenges due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The world’s largest barramundi producer is now selling direct to the public via an online store and has commenced weekly farm gate sales at its Wyndham farm in Melbourne.

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A family aquaculture company started in 2001 as a 50-tonne a year barramundi producer has become a global leader in the sector. Already producing about 2,000 tonnes of Lates calcarifer and 40 million fry per year, MainStream Aquaculture has embarked on an exciting expansion program that will consolidate its position as an industry leader…

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The world’s largest barramundi producer is now selling direct to the public after losing its restaurant and export markets due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

MainStream Aquaculture, which produced more than 40 million fish last year, has more than doubled its retail sales of its premium Infinity Blue barramundi, and established an online store and commenced weekly farm gate sales at its Wyndham farm, just 30 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD…

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When a restaurant serves a fish whole, there is a reason it fits the plate perfectly. It’s because Boris Musa grew it that way.

His indoor fish farm in Australia supplies restaurants with plate-size barramundi grown to 1.8 pounds. The coronavirus put the restaurant industry on ice for months, but Mr. Musa’s fish kept growing. That led to a big fish problem—as in, his fish were getting too big…

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A North Queensland barramundi farm will produce a million fish a year through an intensive fish nursery and support more than 20 new regional jobs with a funding boost from the Palaszczuk Government.

Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries Mark Furner said Mainstream Aquaculture was one of 14 businesses in Queensland to receive a Rural Economic Development (RED) Grant of up to $250,000 to fund the expansion of their business…

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In April 2020, we delivered 150,000 Barramundi Fry to Ace Eco Ark in Singapore. The below video gives you an idea of what a delivery of 150,000 fish looks like.

Infinity Blue was chosen to help fuel the Tennis players in the Player’s Lounge at this year’s Australian Open.  

Along with the implementation of a large tank with three golden Barramundi on display we also discussed the health components of Barramundi with National Performance Dietician for Tennis Australia, Joanna Shinewell who recommended barramundi to players at this year’s Australian Open because of its competitive edge. 

Joanna said although fish is a reliable source of omega 3 for athletes, the high concentration of polyunsaturated fats found in barramundi makes it ideal for recovery. 

“Proteins helps grow and repair muscles and omega 3 relieves muscle inflammation, which are both common problems for athletes during a tournament. 

“EPA helps fight inflammation while DHA is essential for brain development and cardiovascular health, which is exactly what you want when you’re recovering between matches. 

“Barramundi also contains high levels of selenium, an antioxidant which helps cleanse the body of nasty chemicals that build when you’re pushing your body to the edge,” Shinewell said. 

Among the 11 types of omega 3s, eicosapentaenoic (EPA) and docosahexaenoic (DHA) are considered essential by health experts because they cannot be produced by the human body. 

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A new era has begun with Smoked and Chilled Barramundi being made available for customers to buy direct from the Infinity Blue Website with Home delivery available for both Melbourne Metro and some Regional Victoria.

Eating Healthy and Buying Local has never been easier!   

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