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Thanks for subscribing! Pollock is primarily harvested by trawl vessels, which tow nets through the middle of the water column. Seafood Supply and Commercial Fisheries Reference: West Ham. The latest report from the Marine Conservation Society highlighted a whole new set of fish that ethical consumers should not eat, including not just cod, tuna and sole but anchovies.
Delete Comment. Salmon often migrate from Oregon waters to Alaska for feeding. These huge ships drag miles of nets behind them.
Report Comment. Surimi is produced by mincing and washing Alaskan Pollock fillets and then adding other ingredients to stabilize the protein in the fish and enable it to be frozen for extended periods of time. Charlotte Edwardes. Eating fish seems to be a trend today. Matthew d'Ancona. Ayesha Hazarika.
Not where Pollock comes from! Other vessels deliver their catch to mother ships at-sea processing vessels that do not catch their own fish or to shore-side seafood processors.
Unfortunately, most of that is untrue. These products are commonly marketed in the U. Read it again: This comment has been deleted. How great that cod and chips will be then, how even more delightful those anchovy toasts will taste when they are rare.