(Pagellus bogaraveo ) is also known as ‘painted red bream’ or voraz. It is common to the European occidental and Mediterranean coastal waters to approximately 400m deep. Considered a semi fat fish.
The red bream is a gregarious fish feeding on invertebrates, crustaceans, molluscs, land larvae of other fish. With typical conforming looks, oval shaped, high tight body. Short head, small mouth and big eyes. Flanks are red tinged and the fins are a pinky red.
From a nutritional point of view, it is a food with an important value in selenium, vitamins 812, proteins, water, phosphorous, and is excellent as a food to protect against cardiovascular illness, improve immunology and supply high antioxidants.