OLOCUN RIAS BAIXAS S. L. is a newly created company located in Galicia, Spain dedicated to process wild caught Atlantic sea cucumbers exclusively.
IN ASSOCIATION WITH:
Alaska Baja Pacifico Co. (http://www.alaskabaja.com ) is based in Los Angeles, California, company dedicated to the export of crab, abalone and live lobster.
Comercializadora de Recursos Marinos de Baja California, S.A. de C.V. based in La Paz, south of the Baja California Peninsula, a company dedicated to the cultivation of geoduck clams, pacific oysters and bay scallops.
Our products are exported to several countries and three continents with a wide network of clients that have driven us to carry out this new episode. We have knowledgeable and professional staffs who carry out processing of sea cucumbers and we know the importance of the quality control that our clients demand of us
The sea cucumber in the coasts of Galicia has an extraordinary quality, like all the seafoods in the area, they are a delicacy. The species we handle are: Black sea cucumber (Holothuria Forskali) and North Atlantic red sea cucumber (Stichopus Tremulus).
Galicia is in the northwest region of Spain and has more than a thousand kilometers of Atlantic ocean coastline. Rias Baixas is a region of the Galician coastline, where the area is home to some of the world's finest and freshest shellfish and seafood. Our ocean is COLD and PRISTINE.
Black Sea Cucumber
Scientific Name: Holothuria Forskali
Holothuria forskali, the black sea cucumber, it is found from shallow waters from intertidal zone to depth of 50 mts in the Eastern Atlantic ocean. This species has a cylindrical body and can grow to 30 cm long, color is dark brown or black, it is found on boulders and rocks. This species is catch by local fisherman by scuba method and under very restricted government regulations, with a 100kg quota by boat a day.
Red/White Sea Cucumbers
Scientific Name: Stichopus Tremulus
The Stichopus tremulus also called the North Atlantic deep red sea cucumber, is founds in depths over 100mts, size can go to 25 cm; this species is catched by trawler boats over sand, gravel, mud, stones or rocks, usually near the edge of the continental platform from north of North Sea, west of Ireland to Portugal. Our suppliers bring the sea cucumbers in totes with circulating ocean water, keeping alive until arrive to harbor at the end of the day and process in our facility overnight.