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Caviar from the North, Squid from the West, Shrimp from the East, Humboldt is your go-to international food broker, bringing you the freshest pick out of the oceans from around the world. Seafood is widely regarded as a healthy eating choice that is high in proteins, vitamins, minerals and Omega oils, whilst also being low in fat – properties which are making its demand surge in an ever-increasing food-conscious society.

Per capita consumption of seafood has doubled from 10kg in the 1960s to 20kg in 2016. Due to its high demand, however, global fish stocks are increasingly threatened by overfishing, illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, as well as pollution in the oceans. For these reasons, the company only works with reputable suppliers and sustainable fisheries around the world and are conscious of the latest challenges each target species is facing, so that we can make the right seafood choices for our clients.

Whether you are looking for fish, shellfish or seaweed, you are assured that the longevity of the ocean and the wildlife living in its waters are taken into consideration when sourcing products, and we adhere to strict rules and regulations which enforce sustainability and responsibility.














Aquaculture is the fastest growing food producing sector and currently amounts to 50% of the world’s fish that is used for food. The Asia-Pacific region continues to dominate this sector, with the Northwest Pacific being the most productive fishing area, accounting for about 27% of the global catch. The top 10 most targeted species account for roughly one quarter of the world's catch.

These are (aquaculture and wild caught combined)

  • Grass Carp (cultivated)
  • Peruvian Anchovetta (wild)
  • Silver Carp (cultivated)
  • Common Carp (cultivated)
  • Clams (cultivated)
  • Alaskan Pollock (wild)
  • Nile Tilapia (cultivated)
  • Whiteleg Shrimp (cultivated)
  • Bighead Carp (cultivated)
  • Skipjack Tuna (wild)

The Top 10 Wild caught only are:

  • Peruvian Anchovetta
  • Alaska Pollock
  • Skipjack Tuna
  • Sardinella spp
  • Atlantic Herring
  • Chub Mackerel
  • Horse Mackerel
  • Yellowfin Tuna
  • Japanese anchovy