Forever Oceans™ Kanpachi (Amberjack) with Jicama Thai Red Chili Salad.


Easy To Prepare. Versatile. Ready For 2022 Menus.

Consumers want more sustainably delicious finfish on restaurant menus and new Forever Oceans™ Kanpachi (Amberjack) is ready to serve up a light, buttery flavor for a variety of menu applications.

A recent survey of consumers by Technomic found that 82% of consumers think finfish offers better nutrition and 77% believe finfish holds an advantage over beef, chicken, turkey, and other proteins with respect to an environmental impact.

Humanely ocean-raised in eco-friendly ocean zones, sashimi-grade Forever Oceans™ Kanpachi (Amberjack) is versatile, from raw for poke bowls and sushi, to grilled, baked, or pan-fried. The fish is also highly nutritious.

Grilled Forever Oceans fish with Salsa.

Grilled Forever Oceans™ Kanpachi (Amberjack) with Salsa.

Compared to proteins like beef and chicken Forever Oceans™ Kanpachi (Amberjack) has about 40% fewer calories, 65% less fat than beef and less cholesterol than beef or chicken. Rich in Omega-3 and vitamin D, the fish is also contaminant-free with no detectable mercury or PCBs.

Forever Oceans™ Kanpachi (Amberjack) is endorsed by top chefs for its versatility and flavor. Chef Rick Moonen, known as “The Godfather of Sustainably Seafood”, is one of its biggest fans. “Forever Oceans™ Kanpachi (Amberjack) is absolutely outstanding for your health. High in Omega-3, it is truly sustainable and delicious,” Moonen explains. More than 40 top chefs are on board with the new fish, including Chefs Jet Tila, Norman Van Aken.

“This agreement will help us to serve the growing demand for delicious, nutritious seafood and gives us the space to scale and grow rapidly.”

Bill Bien
Forever Oceans

Try Forever Oceans™ Kanpachi (Amberjack) on your own and you will be convinced that it’s the right fish for today’s menus, “says Forever Oceans CEO Bill Bien. The company ocean-raises its fish off the coasts of Indonesia, Hawaii, Panama. In January 2022, the company signed an agreement with Brazil on a 20-year concession for offshore enclosures. The agreement covers an area 3.5 times larger than Washington D.C. It is the largest offshore concession ever given for sustainable marine aquaculture.

“This agreement will help us to serve the growing demand for delicious, nutritious seafood and gives us the space to scale and grow rapidly, and the opportunity to develop the largest offshore sustainable seafood capability in the world,” said Bien. “We will bring our different approach to the waters of Brazil, applying our expertise in aquaculture, conservation and innovation to raise delicious and protein-rich fish in deep-ocean waters in a highly environmentally-friendly and sustainable way that’s good for people and the planet.”