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Food Industry Color Control – Surimi Processing
The word – “sir-ree-mee” is a Japanese loanword that refers to food products that have been processed by mincing lean meat into a paste to resemble seafood like crabs, shrimps, lobsters and other shellfish. It is a typical fish-based food product that is made from fish meat that includes the Alaska Pollock, Atlantic Cod, Pacific Hake and Swordfish. Many Asian food use surimi as its primary ingredient and is a much-enjoyed food product which is very popular in Asian cultures. Surimi attains a rubbery and springy texture when they are cooked and served. Common Surimi product in the market comes in different shapes, forms and textures which are also known as crab sticks and seafood sticks.