YOUR SEAFOOD SPECIALIST
IN RUNGIS SINCE 1991
The company was founded by José CORREIA who continues to run the business with an expert eye.
Second largest player in the Rungis seafood section, J’OCÉANE remains an independent company. It has continued to grow steadily since its creation, the guarantee of a reliable service. Its expansion relies primarily on the strength of its management and teams.
In addition to its strategic location in the heart of the world’s largest fresh produce market, J’OCEANE has built up a solid network of suppliers from around the world.
J’Océane has cooperated with many well established traditional restaurants for 30 years and advises them in their selection of fish and seafood products.
With a catalogue that includes more than 300 references of wild and farmed fish, rare and exceptional products, J’Océane is a key player in the tide sector at Rungis.
Our teams alternate day and night shifts so as to offer an uninterrupted 24 hour ordering service. Always taking into consideration the needs of restaurant owners, our sales representatives guarantee a constant high quality of service. Offers are regularly made on many seasonal products so as to draw attention to the variety of goods in our catalogue.
With more than 20 years of experience dealing with Japanese restaurants, J’Océane has acquired an expertise in the selection of leading products – especially salmon and tuna – as well as in traditional cutting techniques.
The strength of J’Océane begins with the sourcing and importing of quality fish from Japan, Oman, India, The Maldives, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Senegal. J’Océane associates itself with ship owners at an early stage in order to obtain the best products, taking into account various parameters that influence the quality of our goods – such as the regulation on seasonal quotas, local weather, the currency exchange and even social climate.
J’Océane has been situated in the historic fish pavilion in the International Market at Rungis for more than 30 years, with its exclusive sales area that covers 1200 square meters. Although the original Parisian fish market was taken from Les Halles to Rungis, the atmosphere today remains the same.
Displaying, negociating and selling are still done in the same traditional way with men and women working directly together sharing the same passion: quality seafood.
Our focus is mainly on French fishing produce that has been stamped “Pavillon de France”. Because we favour short circuit supplies, we enjoy a privileged relationship with all those involved.
Because the sea is at the heart of our business, we must respect it.
We are well aware of the issues at stake today, the risk of over-exploitation of this resource and the impact of our activities on the environment.
This is why the core of our policy is to protect and safeguard the seabed.
We are members of various responsible consumption labelling schemes (ASC, MSC Bio.).
We support all efforts that we consider to be indispensable towards sustainable development.