Cooked Fish-Chunks of Tuna and Salmon

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Cooked Fish-Chunks of Tuna and Salmon

November 10
15:01 2011

Simo Fishprocessing is specialized in custom-designed fish intermediate products.
The family owned company has over 3 decades experience in fishprocessing and has focused on „custom-tailored“ intermediate products for over 10 years. Since then Simo is a driving force in innovation and a reliable partner for Europe‟s food-industries. In 2008 Simo moved to it‟s totally new built and ISF and MSC certified plant.
SIMO offers individual solutions with individually designed intermediate products and conducts customers projects from the idea to the industrial process. On the 2011 FI in Paris SIMO will present its innovative Cooked “Chunks” range of Tuna, Salmon and Salmon Trout. These products are excellent for the use in ready meals, delicatessen salad and snacks and are ideal for the use in industry and food-service. The cooked Chunks are a new natural looking alternative and are specially eye-catchy and tasty. They are custom-designed intermediate products and are perfect for new developpments of frozen or chilled dishes It‟s natural shape and hand-made optique makes it a perfect basis for innovative developments. The cooked Fish-Chunks fulfill the highest standards in food-safety and present excellent microbiological values and are suitable for chilled and frozen applications. Manufactured without additives or coloring the chunks are perfectly appropriated to clean-label products.

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