Where there is access to the ocean, wild-caught fish are usually put on ice immediately and later transferred to retailers who place the chilled fish straight into their own iced-loaded displays.
Here in land-locked Rwanda on the other hand, consumers have had to settle for imported frozen fish from the greater region or from Asia.
You cannot smell a frozen fish picked out of a shop's freezer until you take it home and thaw it out. Then its too late. Very often the cold chain was not end-to-end and the fish is partly putrified.
You cannot smell a chilled fish picked out of Lakeside's ice either. But that's because its so fresh. They are iced at harvest and kept on ice continuosly. Lakeside's fish - simply the freshest fish in Rwanda.
Visit us at our Lakeside Farm Shops in Kigali (directions below)
Contact us on 0785 647 292 or email@example.com