Looking to add value to crab shell waste

Crab products being produced in the Burgons factory in Eyemouth. The company produces 25 different products for retail, foodservice and for value added processing. Fifty per cent of the products are exported to continental European countries.

Burgons, a leading crab processor, is looking at ways to add value to the shell waste produced at its factory in the small fishing town of Eyemouth, on the south-east coast of Scotland. It also needs to reduce the cost of disposing of the waste.

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