_a pure and untainted blue abalone direct from the cool, clean waters of Bream Bay, New Zealand.
35.9084° S, 174.4596° E Bream Bay
True to provenance. Our abalone farm is supplied with some of the highest quality ocean seawater in the world through a natural deep-water intake.
Our unique abalone (Haliotis iris) or pāua, as named by the Māori people of New Zealand are distinct for their clear white meat encased within a beautiful blue shell. Its subtle taste and firm texture reflects the superior quality of the water supply, rich in natural nutrients.
Our farm has a capacity of over two million abalone (120 tonne) per annum. We deliver live and cryogenically frozen direct to a range of international markets.
As a fully Māori-owned company, we abide by the customary principle of kaitiakitanga (guardianship and conservation) taking a long term view in everything we do. Our competent, passionate and expert team care for the abalone in the most environmentally responsible ways possible.
_we hand–harvest abalone of a rare quality, taste and purity, from the nutrient rich waters off the rugged and remote New Zealand coastline.
38.6625° S, 178.0178° E – Gisborne
Our wild abalone (Haliotis iris) or pāua as named by the Māori people of New Zealand is not only superior in texture and taste, it is also safe to eat, sustainable and a healthy source of natural protein, vitamins and minerals.
New Zealand Abalone or Blackfoot Paua (Haliotis iris) is unique to New Zealand and has a rocky shell with a stunning multicoloured interior featuring blue and green hues. The flesh is white with a black covering and is prized for its tenderness and umami flavour. The abalone are hand harvested sustainably by a team of experienced divers from New Zealand's pristine southern coastline.
As a fully Māori-owned company, we abide by the customary principle of kaitiakitanga (guardianship) taking a long term view in everything we do. Our competent, passionate and expert team harvest the abalone in the most environmentally responsible ways possible.