The Lane Snapper, the Mexican snapper, red tail snapper or spot snapper, is a species of marine ray-finned fish, a snapper belonging to the family Lutjanidae. They usually inhabit in coral reefs, sand, inshore, and nearshore area. These snappers weight around 3 to 8 pounds, and height approximately 10 to 24 inches. The Lane Snappers meat is firm and moist even it has a very little percentage of fat composition. Its flesh is mild, sweet combines with a hint of nutty flavor. Moreover, this high-protein fish contains low calories and all essential amino acids. It also provides other vital nutrients include calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, and phosphorus. Vitamins C, B12, A, and folate are also present in this tasty fish. The nutrition profile of mutton snapper makes it ideal for diabetics or those who are pursuing a heathy diet.
IWP stands for Individually Wrapped Packed. This is a hygienic type of packaging that protects against dehydration.