A 'new' way of chilling fish

The main issue associated with chilling post-mortem prior to gutting is ensuring chill rates are optimal for shelf life and quality, and the efficiency of the gutting process with the aim to pack gutted fish as close to 0C as possible, says Alastair Smart, managing director of aquaculture consultant SmartAqua.

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