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Australia’s Leading Seafood Range

Always Quality
Best Value

We prepare our seafood to exacting quality standards to meet the demands of all our customers. We compliment our range of Australian, fresh seafood with the very best the world has to offer with a broad range of internationally sourced seafood. This makes KB Food Company the complete destination for seafood.

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Pioneers of the Australian Seafood Industry

State of the Art Facilities

All facilities used by KB Food Company are state of the art and operate to the highest standard. The business has recently upgraded it’s industry leading Live Tanks facility in Perth, Western Australia.

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Our Catch

From the Most Pristine Waters in Australia

We source from all over Australia and the world.

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Queensland Saucer Scallops

Queensland Saucer Scallops are recognised as one of the real delicacies of the sea and are in abundance in this region. Medium to firm in texture, these are a popular choice by seafood lovers Australia wide. These Scallops are sold as meat, or meat on the half shell, which gives some recipe alternatives. The season runs from November through to May.

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Western Australian Saucer Scallops

Western Australian Saucer Scallops are recognised as the premium eating scallop and are perfectly suited to Asian style cuisine. Shark Bay is listed as a World Heritage Area, a unique environment that supports a diverse range of species that coexist with strict fishing practices to ensure this fishery continues into the future.

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The East Coast Prawn Fishery

The East Coast Prawn Fishery runs the coast of Queensland. All 4 species of prawns are caught in this fishery, King, Banana, Tiger and Endeavour. The fishing season runs from mid February to the end of November.

  • Considered the “superior” cooked prawn
  • Darker red colour once cooked.
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The Northern Prawn Fishery

Main Prawn catch is Banana, but also Tiger Prawns caught in the area.

  • Banana season typically commences around April continuing to mid June
  • Tiger season runs from Sept to Nov
  • This Fishery has Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification and is an Australian Export registered Fishery
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The Exmouth Fishery

The Exmouth Fishery (WA) is a slightly more northern fishery and generally produces a darker prawn that lends to cooking due to the rich red colour.

  • The fishing season typically runs from April to November
  • This Fishery has Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification and is an Australian Export registered Fishery
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The Shark Bay Fishery

Known for its clean “white” Raw King Prawns which are highly sought after around the world.

  • The fishing season typically runs from Mid March to Mid October
  • KB Food Co own 3 vessels fishing in the area
  • Shark Bay King Prawns are generally sold in a raw state
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Western Rock Lobster

Rock Lobsters thrive in deep water and coral reefs, with the pristine environment providing a vibrant colour and firm white flesh suitable for sashimi.

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The Spencer Gulf Fishery

South Australian King Prawns. The Spencer Gulf Fishery (SA) typically has 2 distinct periods of fishing with a total of approximately 60 nights fishing in total;

  • April to May Best time to buy
  • November to December (larger volumes of prawns are cooked during this time for the Christmas trading period.)
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Black Bream

Black Bream pairs perfectly with a fruity wine such as Zinfandel Reisling. It goes well with capers, citrus, garlic, parsley and ginger or add Asian flavours of soy sauce and Chinese cooking vinegar.

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Black Bream

Black Bream pairs perfectly with a fruity wine such as Zinfandel Reisling. It goes well with capers, citrus, garlic, parsley and ginger or add Asian flavours of soy sauce and Chinese cooking vinegar.

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Black Bream

Black Bream pairs perfectly with a fruity wine such as Zinfandel Reisling. It goes well with capers, citrus, garlic, parsley and ginger or add Asian flavours of soy sauce and Chinese cooking vinegar.

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Pink Snapper

Our Pink Snapper is caught off the West Australian coast, mostly around Shark Bay. It has a medium flavour and texture with a low oil content.

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Pink Snapper

Our Pink Snapper is caught off the West Australian coast, mostly around Shark Bay. It has a medium flavour and texture with a low oil content.

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Pink Snapper

Our Pink Snapper is caught off the West Australian coast, mostly around Shark Bay. It has a medium flavour and texture with a low oil content.

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Pink Snapper

Our Pink Snapper is caught off the West Australian coast, mostly around Shark Bay. It has a medium flavour and texture with a low oil content.

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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Tasmanian Salmon

Atlantic salmon is a non-native species that is farmed in sea cages off the coast of Tasmania. This popular fish species is readily available and sold with skin-on and skin-off from fresh seafood counters in supermarkets and fresh fish shops. Farmed responsibly in Tasmanian waters, this fish is a great source of Omega 3 and is a very versatile fish to cook with.

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Queensland Saucer Scallops

Queensland Saucer Scallops are recognised as one of the real delicacies of the sea and are in abundance in this region. Medium to firm in texture, these are a popular choice by seafood lovers Australia wide. These Scallops are sold as meat, or meat on the half shell, which gives some recipe alternatives. The season runs from November through to May.

Image of Western Australian Saucer Scallops

Western Australian Saucer Scallops

Western Australian Saucer Scallops are recognised as the premium eating scallop and are perfectly suited to Asian style cuisine. Shark Bay is listed as a World Heritage Area, a unique environment that supports a diverse range of species that coexist with strict fishing practices to ensure this fishery continues into the future.

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The East Coast Prawn Fishery

The East Coast Prawn Fishery runs the coast of Queensland. All 4 species of prawns are caught in this fishery, King, Banana, Tiger and Endeavour. The fishing season runs from mid February to the end of November.

  • Considered the “superior” cooked prawn
  • Darker red colour once cooked.
Image of The Northern Prawn Fishery

The Northern Prawn Fishery

Main Prawn catch is Banana, but also Tiger Prawns caught in the area.

  • Banana season typically commences around April continuing to mid June
  • Tiger season runs from Sept to Nov
  • This Fishery has Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification and is an Australian Export registered Fishery
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The Exmouth Fishery

The Exmouth Fishery (WA) is a slightly more northern fishery and generally produces a darker prawn that lends to cooking due to the rich red colour.

  • The fishing season typically runs from April to November
  • This Fishery has Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification and is an Australian Export registered Fishery
Image of The Shark Bay Fishery

The Shark Bay Fishery

Known for its clean “white” Raw King Prawns which are highly sought after around the world.

  • The fishing season typically runs from Mid March to Mid October
  • KB Food Co own 3 vessels fishing in the area
  • Shark Bay King Prawns are generally sold in a raw state
Image of Western Rock Lobster

Western Rock Lobster

Rock Lobsters thrive in deep water and coral reefs, with the pristine environment providing a vibrant colour and firm white flesh suitable for sashimi.

Image of The Spencer Gulf Fishery

The Spencer Gulf Fishery

South Australian King Prawns. The Spencer Gulf Fishery (SA) typically has 2 distinct periods of fishing with a total of approximately 60 nights fishing in total;

  • April to May Best time to buy
  • November to December (larger volumes of prawns are cooked during this time for the Christmas trading period.)
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Black Bream

Black Bream pairs perfectly with a fruity wine such as Zinfandel Reisling. It goes well with capers, citrus, garlic, parsley and ginger or add Asian flavours of soy sauce and Chinese cooking vinegar.

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Black Bream

Black Bream pairs perfectly with a fruity wine such as Zinfandel Reisling. It goes well with capers, citrus, garlic, parsley and ginger or add Asian flavours of soy sauce and Chinese cooking vinegar.

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Black Bream

Black Bream pairs perfectly with a fruity wine such as Zinfandel Reisling. It goes well with capers, citrus, garlic, parsley and ginger or add Asian flavours of soy sauce and Chinese cooking vinegar.

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Pink Snapper

Our Pink Snapper is caught off the West Australian coast, mostly around Shark Bay. It has a medium flavour and texture with a low oil content.

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Pink Snapper

Our Pink Snapper is caught off the West Australian coast, mostly around Shark Bay. It has a medium flavour and texture with a low oil content.

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Pink Snapper

Our Pink Snapper is caught off the West Australian coast, mostly around Shark Bay. It has a medium flavour and texture with a low oil content.

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Pink Snapper

Our Pink Snapper is caught off the West Australian coast, mostly around Shark Bay. It has a medium flavour and texture with a low oil content.

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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
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Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
Image of Assorted Fish

Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
Image of Assorted Fish

Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
Image of Assorted Fish

Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
Image of Assorted Fish

Assorted Fish

  • Crimson Snapper
  • Saddletail Snapper
  • Goldband Snapper
  • Tropical Snapper
  • Red Emperor
  • Trevally
  • Threadfin Bream
Image of Tasmanian Salmon

Tasmanian Salmon

Atlantic salmon is a non-native species that is farmed in sea cages off the coast of Tasmania. This popular fish species is readily available and sold with skin-on and skin-off from fresh seafood counters in supermarkets and fresh fish shops. Farmed responsibly in Tasmanian waters, this fish is a great source of Omega 3 and is a very versatile fish to cook with.

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Did you know?

Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend at least 2 serves of seafood per week.

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