Takeaways:

  • Researchers have designed a way to strip and use the entire carcass of a herring – making the whole fish consumable.
  • A retrofitting machine extracts and separates the fish into five parts – the head, belly flap, backbone, tailfins and internal organs.
  • The leftover parts, which are not commonly used are being turned into fish mince for burgers, fish oils and marine collagen supplements.

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