Latin : Parastromateus niger
Indonesian : Bawal Hitam
Black pomfret is a species of carangid native to reefs in Indo-West Pacific region from East Africa to southern Japan and Australia and most abundant on the west coast of India and Indonesia. The populations of black pomfret form large schools at depth ranges 20-100 meters in coastal areas with muddy substrate. Indonesia is the top producer of black pomfret followed by Thailand and Malaysia.
Black pomfret contains a high concentration of omega 3 and omega 6 AA. Other vital content in pomfret fish is numbers of vitamin. The vitamins are vitamin A, B1, and D.
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