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About Moalia

Founded in 1994 and specializing in the import and export of fresh tuna, Moalia stands as a trailblazer in the sashimi tuna industry. Our dedication to our clients, products, and suppliers has set us apart in our field for over two decades. We meticulously select only the highest quality, sustainable fresh tuna from the world's most pristine oceans. Our committed team strives daily to secure the finest quality and service. Sourcing exclusively from the crystal-clear waters of Sri Lanka and the Maldives, we have been delivering unparalleled quality fresh tuna since the 1990s. Our passion and commitment ensure that we consistently exceed industry standards, reinforcing our legacy as leaders in the realm of premium sashimi-grade tuna.

Our Mission

Daily across the European Union, Moalia delivers not only high-quality fresh tuna from the Indian Ocean but a variety of premium seafood. Beyond our esteemed sashimi selection, we provide an array of fresh fish coveted by gourmet enthusiasts, including Swordfish, Grouper, Mahi-mahi and Snappers. This diverse offering enables our team to consistently supply top-tier fresh products all year round, catering to the refined tastes of our discerning customers and reinforcing our commitment to excellence in the seafood industry.

Sustainable fresh tuna

For three decades, this has been our steadfast practice. The Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus albacares) we source from the Maldives is harvested by artisanal fishermen using small traditional boats known as 'Dhonis'. Beyond mere contractual obligations, our procurement from the Indian Ocean and Asia involves tuna caught using hand lines by artisan fishermen. These fishermen are deeply respectful of seasonal cycles and environmental considerations, in addition to strictly adhering to the rules laid down by the European Union regarding catch certificates and health standards. This approach ensures that our operations not only yield high-quality seafood, but also sustainably support the marine ecosystems and the communities dependent on them.

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