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RPPK starts deliveries of surimi to the domestic market

RPPK starts deliveries of surimi to the domestic market
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The Russian Fishery Company (RPPK) has signed the first contracts for the supply of minced white fish meat - surimi - to the Russian market. According to the agreements, in the first quarter of 2021, the company will sell 300 tons of surimi pollock.

According to the company's press service, the products were produced on the Vladimir Limanov supertrawler. As Saveliy Karpukhin, First Deputy General Director of the Russian Fisheries Company, noted, surimi is produced directly in the sea from ecologically pure wild white fish, and the finished product is frozen a few hours after the catch is raised. And it is important for the company that Russian buyers have access to high quality products.

Among the buyers of surimi from RPPK are world leaders in the production of products from this product: the Vichunai group, the Meridian and Santa Bremor companies, and the Far East company KVEN. In the future, RPPK plans to establish export supplies.

Now the Russian market for products from such minced meat is provided mainly by supplies from China and is one of the seven leading world markets. The beginning of work with the RPPK to ensure greater food security and contributes to the development of the consumption of tasty and healthy food products among Russians.

RPPK began production of such raw materials after the construction of a new fleet of modern supertrawlers and the commissioning of the first vessel - "Vladimir Limanov". During 2021, it is planned to produce 4-5 thousand tons of a new product. Production volumes will grow with the commissioning of supertrawlers under construction.

 

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