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www.marshallfrank.com/articles/2013/10/seafood-alert-watchout-for-basa

Fish farms are created with waters from the delta. This fish is now banned in three states; Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. The Vancouver Aquarian Ocean Wise Program, via their web site, recommends that people avoid the Basa fish as it is associated with disease outbreaks and infection of wild Basa populations.

www.timescolonist.com/life/ask-eric-is-it-safe-to-eat-imported-basa-fish-1.87907

We don’t fish for it in Canada. Basa, also called swai and a few other names, is native to Southeast Asia. It is farmed in large numbers in pens around the Mekong River system of Vietnam, as ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basa_fish

Basa (Pangasius bocourti) is a species of catfish in the family Pangasiidae. Basa are native to the Mekong and Chao Phraya basins in Indochina. These fish are important food fish with an international market. They are often labelled in North America and Australia as "basa fish", "swai", or "bocourti".

www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-basa-fish.htm

A basa fish is a type of catfish found in southeast Asia, mainly in Vietnam. The fish is valued for its appeal as a food source, especially in mass markets elsewhere in the world, including the United States. The basa fish can be caught wild as adults, but most are raised in captivity after being caught as fry.

www.chefs-resources.com/seafood/finfish/swai-fish-information-recipes/is...

In 2008, seeing that Basa & Swai were becoming threats again to the catfish industry, the catfish lobby went back to congress with a new agenda. They had complained six years ago that if was not fair for the Vietnamese to call their fish “catfish” and lobbied Congress to make it illegal to do so.

fishwrecked.com/forum/basa-fillets-warning

Basa Fillets Warning. Submitted by Carolyn on Thu, 2009-12-10 18:04. General Discussion; Someone sent me this info not sure how true it is but i tend to believe it. BASA FILLETS are a common fish in all the local food stores. Many are snatching up the fish at supermarkets as they are very cheap.

forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2631024

I found some cheap fish called "basa fillet – fishermans choice". The brand is kinda low quality anyway but there is a lot of warning on the internet about eating this type of imported fish from Vietnam.

www.quora.com/Is-Basa-fish-good-for-health

The Basa fish (Pangasius Fillets) is sold as frozen fillets all around Europe. This type of fish is one of the most favorite foods in almost every European country. It is pretty affordable and tasty. However, basa fish dangers which originate from Vietnam is a low-quality fish and can be very dangerous for your health.

www.dietmindspirit.org/2008/01/30/why-you-shouldnt-eat-this-fish-pangas...

Cheap cheap fish! The above is an ad (from one of the large supermarket chains in France) for the fish known as Pangas (also called, Pangasius, Vietnamese River Cobbler, Basa Fish and White Catfish, Tra, Gray Sole). It was a reminder to tell you about the dangers of this strange but increasingly popular fish.

draxe.com/swai-fish

Swai fish is a type of white fish with a mild flavor and flaky texture. It’s a freshwater fish that’s native to Vietnamese rivers and a type of catfish. It’s also called Vietnamese catfish, basa fish and iridescent shark, but it’s neither a basa nor a type of shark.