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Tips for storing dried seafood


When you buy seafood, most of it is not eaten in a short time. The uneaten food must be properly stored to prevent the final ingredients from spoiling, which is a waste of money and effort.

Why are some dried seafood prone to mold?

Because ingredients with higher protein content (such as dried shrimps and dried fish) are more easily decomposed into nutrients by bacteria, bacteria will multiply in a short period of time when encountering hot and humid weather. In addition, if the humidity of the food storage environment is higher than the moisture content of the food, a "water absorption" reaction will occur, which may cause the food to deteriorate.

How to store fish maw and sea cucumber?

Fish maw is most afraid of moisture and insects. If it is very dry, it can be placed in a dense container, add food moisture-proof agent, and add a few star anise to help repel insects. Sea cucumbers can be placed in a dense container, added with food moisture-proofing agent, placed in a cool, dry place, or placed in the refrigerator to extend the shelf life.


Other dried seafood can be stored according to the following guidelines:

A cool, dry place is suitable for storing dry ingredients, and they should be packed in tight bags/boxes/bottles. Add food moisture-proofing agent to avoid sunlight. It is better if it can be vacuumed or placed in a vacuum-tight box. Ingredients rich in protein or fat can be placed in the refrigerator or ice tray to extend their shelf life.

Please refer to the following guidelines:

storage method Food should be placed Remark

dense container

A cool, dry place
Fish maw, sea cucumber

Add food moisture-proof agent

Fish maw: You can put a few star anise to repel insects

Sea cucumber: can be placed in the refrigerator

* Avoid direct sunlight and moisture

* It is recommended to store in the refrigerator when the weather is hot and humid.

freezer compartment

( 0-4°C )
Dried abalone

Refrigerated compartment

(-18°C or below )
Oysters, scallops, dried shrimps, shrimp crackers, fish lips, slices, squid, conch slices, octopus, nostoc, pearl meat, dried geoduck, cod bones, soaked seafood (including flowers) gum, sea cucumber)

susceptible to moisture

Foods rich in protein / fat

Pack in a tight container

Can extend the shelf life of food

Avoid mold and spoilage

*No preservatives added to the product. If you can’t finish it in a short time, we strongly recommend storing it at -18°C or in the refrigerator below . *