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Boal WG 1000-2000 gr+ 1 x 10 kg IQF/IWP-IN

Boal WG 1000-2000 gr+ 1 x 10 kg IQF/IWP-IN
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Boal, scientifically known as Wallago attu, is a freshwater fish species that has gained popularity for consumption in various parts of the world. Here are several reasons why people might consider buying Boal for consumption:

  1. Nutritional Value: Boal is known for its high nutritional content. It is a good source of protein, essential amino acids, and omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for overall health and well-being.

  2. Taste and Texture: Boal has a distinct taste and firm texture that is highly regarded by many seafood lovers. Its meat is tender and succulent, making it a delightful addition to various culinary preparations.

  3. Versatile Culinary Uses: Boal can be cooked in various ways, such as grilling, baking, frying, or steaming. It is a versatile fish that can be used in curries, soups, stews, or as a standalone dish, allowing for a wide range of culinary possibilities.

  4. Traditional and Cultural Significance: Boal holds cultural and traditional significance in several countries where it is consumed. It is often featured in local cuisines and is associated with specific festive occasions or traditional gatherings.

  5. Abundant Availability: Boal is found in freshwater bodies like rivers and lakes in regions where it is native. This availability ensures a steady supply and makes it relatively affordable compared to some other exotic fish species.

Regarding the nationalities that may find Boal interesting for consumption, it is primarily popular in South Asian countries, including Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Nepal. In these regions, Boal is widely recognized as a delicacy and holds cultural significance in traditional cuisines. However, it's worth noting that the appeal of Boal extends beyond these specific nationalities, as people from diverse backgrounds who appreciate seafood with unique flavors and textures may also enjoy consuming it.


Fishery of Boal (Wallago attu) plays a significant role in certain regions where this species is found. Here is some information about the fishery on Boal:

  1. Commercial Importance: Boal fishery has commercial significance in countries like Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Nepal, where it is highly valued for its culinary qualities. It is often targeted by commercial fishermen due to its popularity in local markets and demand from consumers.

  2. Fishing Methods: Various fishing methods are employed to catch Boal, depending on the local fishing practices and the habitat where it is found. Common methods include gillnetting, seine netting, cast netting, and traditional hook-and-line fishing. In some regions, fishermen also use traps or fish pens to capture Boal.

  3. Habitat and Seasonality: Boal is primarily found in freshwater bodies such as rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. The fishery is usually active during specific seasons when Boal migrates or congregates for spawning or feeding purposes. Seasonal variations and local ecological factors influence the timing and abundance of Boal catches.

  4. Traditional Fishing Practices: In certain regions, traditional fishing practices and cultural norms are associated with Boal fishery. Local communities may have specific techniques or rituals related to catching Boal, reflecting their traditional knowledge and connection with the fishery.

  5. Conservation Considerations: Due to overfishing and habitat degradation, the population of Boal has faced some decline in certain areas. Conservation efforts, including regulations on fishing practices, establishment of protected areas, and awareness campaigns, have been initiated to protect and sustain the Boal fishery.

It's important to note that specific details about Boal fishery can vary across different regions and countries where it is found. Local fishing regulations, management practices, and cultural aspects influence the dynamics of the fishery.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Article number 1047
Weight 10.00
Sales units per order unit N/A
Client Groups African
Scientific name Wallago Attu
zoekcode 01WAA1047
EAN Code Retail No
EAN Code Box 0
Brand No
Statistical code 03038990
Origin India
Per pallet 39
Catch area & Method 0
Ingredients & Allergens 0
Freezing methode & Shelf Life 0
Nutritional value 0
Product packaging 0
Common Names
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Barali India Assamese Vernacular No
Parhin India Assamese Vernacular No
Poil India Assamese Vernacular No
Sareng India Assamese Vernacular No
Barali India Bengali Vernacular No
Bayali India Bengali Vernacular No
Boal Bangladesh Bengali Vernacular No
Boal India Bengali Vernacular No
Boyali India Bengali Vernacular No
Koyali India Bengali Vernacular No
বয়াল Bangladesh Bengali Vernacular No
Nga-bat Myanmar Burmese Vernacular No
Boal India English Vernacular No
Freshwater shark Bangladesh English Vernacular No
Freshwater shark USA English Vernacular No
Giant sheatfish USA English Vernacular No
Shark catfish Sri Lanka English Vernacular No
Wallago USA English AFS No
Wallago Global English FAO No
Whiskered Catfish Nepal English Vernacular No
Intianpetomonni Finland Finnish Vernacular No
Hubschrauber-Wels Germany German Vernacular No
Padin India Gujarati Vernacular No
Barwari India Hindi Vernacular No
Boalee India Hindi Vernacular No
Boyari India Hindi Vernacular No
Paran India Hindi Vernacular No
Valai India Hindi Vernacular No
Wallah India Hindi Vernacular No
भोली India Hindi Vernacular No
Cangop Indonesia Javanese Vernacular No
Jambal Indonesia Javanese Vernacular No
Baalae India Kannada Vernacular No
Bahle India Kannada Vernacular No
Balae India Kannada Vernacular No
Chate India Kannada Vernacular No
Godlay India Kannada Vernacular No
ಬಾಲ್  India Kannada Vernacular No
Parhin India Khasi Vernacular No
Chhke nhy Cambodia Khmer Vernacular No
Kropaut Cambodia Khmer Vernacular No
Sandai Cambodia Khmer Vernacular No
Trey kråpoat Cambodia Khmer Vernacular No
Trey sanday Cambodia Khmer Vernacular No
Khao Laos Laotian Vernacular No
Pa khao Laos Laotian Vernacular No
Jambal Indonesia Malay Vernacular No
Tapah Malaysia Malay (Malay-Perak) Vernacular No
Attu vaalay India Malayalam Vernacular No
Attu-valai India Malayalam Vernacular No
Attuvaala India Malayalam Vernacular No
Pozha wallah India Malayalam Vernacular No
Wallah India Malayalam Vernacular No
ആട്ടു വാലി India Malayalam Vernacular No
ആറ്റുവാള India Malayalam Vernacular No
പുഴ വാള India Malayalam Vernacular No
പൊഴവാള്ള  India Malayalam Vernacular No
വാള India Malayalam Vernacular No
വാള്ള  India Malayalam Vernacular No
叉尾鯰 China Mandarin Chinese Vernacular No
叉尾鲶 China Mandarin Chinese FAO No
叉尾鲶 China Mandarin Chinese Vernacular No
Balu shivada India Marathi Vernacular No
Pahree India Marathi Vernacular No
Pari India Marathi Vernacular No
Pattan India Marathi Vernacular No
Purram India Marathi Vernacular No
Shivada India Marathi Vernacular No
Valashivda India Marathi Vernacular No
Warshoorah India Marathi Vernacular No
पाहरी India Marathi Vernacular No
पुरराम India Marathi Vernacular No
बाळू India Marathi Vernacular No
वारशहौराह India Marathi Vernacular No
शिवादा India Marathi Vernacular No
Barali India Meitei Vernacular No
Bohari Nepal Nepali Vernacular No
Padni Nepal Nepali Vernacular No
पदनी India Nepali Vernacular No
Ballai India Oriya Vernacular No
Boabe India Oriya Vernacular No
Boallee India Oriya Vernacular No
Mully India Punjabi Vernacular No
ਮੁਲ਼ੀ India Punjabi Vernacular No
Валлага Russia Russian FAO No
Walaya Sri Lanka Sinhalese Vernacular No
Valai India Tamil Vernacular No
Vazhai India Tamil Vernacular No
Wallah India Tamil Vernacular No
டீலீ  India Tamil Vernacular No
வல்லா India Tamil Vernacular No
வாளை India Tamil Vernacular No
வாளை  India Tamil Vernacular No
வாளை அதீயாழை  India Tamil Vernacular No
வாழா India Tamil Vernacular No
வாழா  India Tamil Vernacular No
வாழை India Tamil Vernacular No
Athiyala India Telugu Vernacular No
Valaga India Telugu Vernacular No
Valuga India Telugu Vernacular No
Walagah India Telugu Vernacular No
Wallagah India Telugu Vernacular No
వాలావా India Telugu Vernacular No
వాలుగ India Telugu Vernacular No
వాల్లావా   India Telugu Vernacular No
Pla khao Thailand Thai Vernacular No
ปลาเค้า Thailand Thai Vernacular No
Cá leo Viet Nam Vietnamese Vernacular No
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