Torei offer processed products that can be used for a wide range of purposes, including sushi seeds, sashimi ingredients, and cooking ingredients.
Imported marine products
Torei import raw materials and processed products from sea around the world, including octopus and squid, mackerel, pangasius and mentaiko. The purchased ingredients are processed into seeds and side dishes at factories in Japan and overseas, and delivered from the sea around the world to your table.
Domestic marine products
Torei deliver fresh, seasonal products directly from domestically processed frozen and fresh fish products such as scallops and salmon roe from processing plants that focus on quality in domestic production areas.
In addition to utilizing the three dedicated tuna processing frozen ships with the world's highest level of refrigeration capacity, Torei distribute tuna dedicated carriers around the world to collect global tuna. Stable supply of high-quality tuna and bonito through procurement based on production information around the world.
Three processing freeze vessels boasting the world's fastest processing capacity are dispatched to farms around the world to quickly freeze farmed tuna in the season. This is a fresh, safe and secure proof of delicious tuna that has been managed every day from the life of the raw fish, feeding and picking up.
This is a fully-cultivated mainland brand that has been artificially cultured from hatching to adult fish in collaboration with Kinki University and Nagasaki Prefectural Fisheries Experiment Station. Characteristically, it is a resource-friendly, sustainable, safe and secure fish that can be supplied in a stable manner that is not affected by natural fish.
This is the second confident brand of farmed salmon handled by Toyo Refrigerator after TUNA QUEEN.
Artificial hatchery farming that has been made possible through collaboration with Kinki University and others.
Toyo Reizo Co., Ltd. group is nurtured with great care in the rich seas of Kushimoto-cho, Wakayama Prefecture and Goto City, Nagasaki Prefecture , and delivered to everyone as the “TUNA PRINCESS®” brand
In recent years, demand for salmon has grown worldwide. Aiming for a stable supply of salmon, in 2011 Torei entered the salmon farming business as a group. Torei will deliver high-quality salmon produced at farms managed and operated by group companies to our customers.
At domestic and overseas factories, mainly farmed salmon, including natural salmon from Alaska, Russia, and Hokkaido, with various processing functions such as seeds, fillets, grilled fish and smoked salmon, we can meet diverse needs. .
Salmon has a group-owned aquaculture company in Chile and partner factories in Chile and Thailand in addition to its own factories in Japan
In addition to traditional natural shrimp, we offer a wide variety of products, including cultured shrimp sushi seeds that have exceeded the natural shrimp catch and processed products such as fries.
Shrimp has secured a traceable source of cultured fish in partnership with TUF Co., Ltd., which develops shrimp integration business from fry shrimp production, bait production and product processing in Thailand, and a Vietnamese company.
By delivering the product under consistent temperature control from the production area to the customer, it is possible to deliver it to the customer while maintaining the freshness.
In cooperation with Toyo Refrigeration Group company TRS,Torei make optimal delivery plans based on order information from customers and ensure smooth delivery.
With the diversification of eating habits, speedy product development and product proposals are required.
Toyo Refrigeration places importance on communication with the market and customers, and will continue to propose the products that are now required.
Torei provide Toyo Frozen seafood ingredients through a wide range of genres such as carousel sushi restaurants, supermarkets, convenience stores, and delivery services.
Jack mackerel catch limit for 2020 increased Peru
Norm indicates that an additional 40,000 tons will be exclusively for fishing with artisanal vessels. Until March 20, 97.7% of the 100,000 ton-quota assigned last January had been met.