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Tweet and win a Panga Party

April 18, 2014 | Promotion | 4 Comments

Join the tweet-to-win contest from May 6-8, 2014 and win a panga party!

When you follow @ureverydayfish in Twitter and tweet  what you like most about pangasius using the hashtags #pangasius, #seg14 and mention @ureverydayfish, you can enjoy a three course panga dinner for up to 8 persons. Our panga chef will treat you and your family or friends with a surprise panga dinner at your home.


 

Terms and conditions:

  • Entries must be made between May 6-8, 2014.
  • Winner will be announced on May 8, 2014.
  • Spamming and offensive comments will be disregarded from the competition.
  • Everyday there will be a raffle among the entries for a Pangasius your everyday fish apron.
  • The apron can be collected at the stand or will be send to the address of the winner of the raffle.
  • Due to logistic constraints the panga party can only be hosted in the Benelux.
  • The outcome of the contest can not be challenged.

4 Comments

  1. h.a.visser

    What a great idea… would love to win the Panga Party, so i’ll tweet and retweet al lot…

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  2. Niels Eijsbroek

    RT!

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  3. tanya russell

    I would love to know more about the chemicals in this fish. Is it really as contaminated as I have read?

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  4. Brian Lee

    Is one of Brokering sourcing and inspector, so i would like to share for more information about Pangasius. Most Pangasius (swai) is raised in Vietnam within its native range.

    Juveniles are raised in hatcheries, instead of caught in the wild, and are then transferred to ponds or net pens in rivers. Swai are omnivorous and do not require high amounts of fish protein and oil their diets. They are also hardy and adapt well to farming conditions, though some diseases are becoming problematic in Vietnam. Water pollution is the biggest environmental issue. The increased nutrient load in wastewater from fish cages and ponds can lead to low levels of oxygen in the surrounding area, levels that cannot be tolerated by many aquatic animals. The Vietnamese government recognizes the importance of the international seafood market and the current demand for sustainable seafood, and is working to enhance the sustainability of pangasius aquaculture.

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