SeaFood Business

JUN 2014

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Product Update 38 SeaFood Business June 2014 Visit us online at www.seafoodbusiness.com Awards at Seafood Expo North America in Boston. Te cod fllets are frozen at sea and dipped in a coating of oats and seeds (fax, sun- fower, poppy and pump- kin). Contact AquaStar at (800) 232-6280 or visit www.aquastar.com. EQUIPMENT In proportion Marel's I-Cut 130 Por- tionCutter cuts salmon into fxed-weight and fxed- length portions. Its unique features include four dif- ferent cutting angles and numerous innovative cut- ting patterns. Te machine design also features a built- in TrimSort and trim take- away system for efcient sorting of products on a separate out-feed. Key fea- tures include a computer with servo motor technol- ogy for high-precision cut- ting, a laser vision system and easy to operate touch- screen. It is also designed for easy cleaning, following strict hygiene standards, and has remote service access through ethernet. Contact Marel at (206) 781-1827 or visit www. marel.com. Japanese immersion American Sashimi from Uoriki Fresh is a line of sashimi-quality fsh from North American waters for foodservice sushi operators. Te fsh, which include summer founder, albacore tuna, red drum, sheeps- head and Hawaiian kam- pachi, are frozen quickly to a temperature of minus-76 degrees F. Te sashimi is then processed in an ISO 2000 SQF Level III certi- fed facility. Contact Uoriki Fresh at (201) 537-0306 or visit www.minus76.comm. Maine mussels Southeastern SeaProducts introduces steamed do- mestic blue mussels for foodservice. Te mussels are harvested from Maine waters, then frozen and vacuum-packed by the count, not by weight. Me- diums are 15-count per pouch; large are nine per pouch, packed 10 per case. Contact Southeastern Sea- Products at (800) 671-2526 or visit www.frozenliv- eshellfsh.com. Gone to seed Harvest Grain Wild Alas- kan Cod for retail from AquaStar was a fnalist in this year's Seafood Excellence VALUE-ADDED Patagonia brand Austral Fisheries' Glacier 51 Toothfish is a branded Patagonian toothfsh for the foodservice market that is certifed by the Marine Stewardship Council and rated "best choice" by the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program. Fil- lets are dry processed and vac- uum sealed. Contact Austral at dskinns@australfsheries. com.au or visit www.austral fsheries.com.au. Fiesta time Handy International intro- duces Fiesta Chipotle Fish Cakes for foodservice. Te fsh cakes are made with a combination of Pacifc cod and chipotle chili pep- pers with cumin, coriander, lime, cilantro, black beans and corn. Te product was also a Seafood Excellence Award fnalist at Seafood Expo North America in March. Contact Handy International at (800) 426- 3977 or visit www.handy crab.com. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE SEAFOOD INSPECTION PROGRAM Your global inspection solution! Third Party Verifications HACCP Imports/Exports Inspections/Grading Certifications Laboratory Services Training Consultations & System Development Call Kimberly Young (800) 422-2750 1315 East West Highway Silver Spring, MD 20910 Phone: (301) 427-8300 Fax: (301) 713-1081 38_ProductUpdate.indd 38 5/16/14 1:38 PM

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