New tech makes use of entire fish, eliminates most waste

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Nordic Wildfish, one of Norway’s largest fishing companies, already makes use of on-board technologies to freeze catches and provide quality and quantity reports. Until recently, however, more than 92 percent of a whitefish would be discarded in the process of removing fillets. Now, working closely with research and development company SINTEF, the majority of the fish can be used for additional food products. The new process uses everything but the bones to produce proteins, fish oils and amino acids. Through hydrolysis, what would have been waste is turned into a type of soup to which enzymes can be added and…

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