Skinless Pangasius Fillets
Skinless & Boneless Pangasius Fillets
- Its formal scientific name is Pangasius bocourti, though it’s often called basa fish or bocourti in the United States. You may also have heard basa fish referred to as river cobbler, Vietnamese cobbler, pangasius, or swai. Its flesh has a light, firm texture and a mild fish flavor — similar to cod or haddock.
These amounts are so absurdly high that it can be safely assumed that nobody would ever come near to reaching the critical toxic level. It can therefore be concluded that the pangasius actually on sale on the European market is totally safe for human consumption.