Bangladesh Fisheries Development Corporation was established in 1964 as an Ordinance, named East Pakistan Fisheries Development Corporation. After independence, “Bangladesh Fisheries Development Corporation” was named by Act No-22/1973. Upon being established, the corporation has been providing the necessary assistance to the fisheries and fisheries industry, fisheries from the deep sea, healthy landing, preservation, processing and marketing. It is a government owned autonomous corporation dedicated to the development of the country’s fisheries and fisheries industry through 14 units. In 1966-72, with the help of United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, the corporation discovered four commercial fishing bases called South Patchz, Elephant Point, East of Swatch of No Ground, and Swach of No Ground in the Bay of Bengal. The corporation is conducting the production of sweet water fishes in Kaptai Lake. The Corporation’s head office “BFDC Bhaban” is located at 23-24, Karwan Bazar, Dhaka-1215
For the common people living in the Dhaka Metropolitan City, selling of formalin-free fish of different species of marine and sweet water obtained from in mountainous areas Kaptai Lake, haor and coastal areas through the “Matsho Bitan” situated at the Ground floor of the head office of Bangladesh Fisheries Development Corporation. Here you can find your favorite Formalin-free fishes of marine and sweet water are available Rui, Katla, Hilsa, Boal, Chital, Shrimp, Kazuri, Billa, Ahir, Coral, Rupchandha, Rangachucha, Tuna, Poya, Pudda, Rita, Batasi, Tengra, Tapasi etc from Mohanganj, Netrokona, Bhairab, Sunamganj, Khulna, Barisal, Patharghata, Cox’s Bazar and Kaptai Lake in Rangamati. To collect 100% of formalin-free tasty fish, let’s go to BFDC’s “Matsho Bitan” today.