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Bits and Pieces Blocks
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 100 gram
Servings Per Container

Amount Per Serving
Calories 120
Calories from Fat
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 3.77g
6%
Saturated Fat 0.840g
4%
Trans Fat 0.896g
Cholesterol 74mg
25%
Sodium 50mg
2%
Total Carbohydrate 0g
0%
Dietary Fiber 0g
0%
Sugars 0g
Protein 20.14g

Vitamin A
99iu%
Vitamin C
0%
Calcium
11mg%
Iron
0.55%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

General Information

Industrial blocks are the traditional way to pack raw material for the seafood industry reprocessing fillets into breaded fish or different products containing seafood.
The Industrial blocks are rectangular or other uniformly-shaped masses of cohering fish fillets or a mixture of fillets traditionally using the same exact dimensions and the same exact weight.
Bits and Pieces are usually issued for a formal production of fillets handly trimmed. The flesh that is trimmed during the processing of fillets is put on the side. The biggest pieces of flesh are put on a plate that once frozen is called Bits and pieces blocks.

Species Available

Bits and pieces blocks are usually issued from blocks of Pollock, Cod, Salmon, Sole, Haddock and Tilapia. Any fish processed into fillets can have pieces turned to blocks.

Average Size/Weight

Length: 480mm Width: 260mm Thickness: 65mm
Weight 16.5lbs

Form/Packing

Bits and pieces are usually Skinless, Boneless, Pin Bone out.
For Salmon the fat can be removed or on.
Each block is 16.5lbs
Master carton are usually 4 x 16.5lbs
In Europe: the blocks are usually 7.5kg each and packed usually into 3 x 7.5kg master carton.

Freezing Form

Block frozen in a plate.
Landfrozen, Blast frozen

Sensory Characteristics

A perfect rectangular shape or other uniformly-shaped masses of cohering fish fillets / a mixture of fillets traditionally using the same exact dimensions and the same exact weight

Ingredients

Fish.

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

China

Origin of the material

Wild caught, USA, Europe & Canada
Wild caught Russia
FAO61
FAO67

Quality Control

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