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Amazing facts about Pollock

Pollock
Wild white fish is unique in nutrient composition. It is harvested in pristine waters of the Pacific Ocean
High content of vitamin A in Pollock liver
Regulates blood sugar
The daily rate of iodine is in 100g.
Hypoallergenic product
Source of Omega-3
Diet product
Unique source of protein
Natural antioxidant

Pollock is an indispensable part of the diet for healthy and energetic people
It is recommended for baby and dietary nutrition preventing cardiovascular diseases and supporting health of immune and nervous systems.
Dietary source of protein
per 100 g of product
Proteins, gr
Fat, gr
Carbohydrates, gr
0
5
10
15
20
25
Pollock,
72 kcal
Beef (fillet),
200 kcal
Pork (fillet),
213 kcal
Cottage cheese (5%),
145 kcal
Boiled red beans,
127 kcal
Сontent of nutrients in 100 g of the product
volume /% of the daily value
Vitamin PP
4.6 mg
23%
Potassium
420 mg
16,8%
Phosphorus
240 mg
30%
Iodine
150 mcg
100%
Cobalt, Co
15 mcg
150%
Copper, Cu
130 mcg
13%
Fluorine, F
700 mcg
7.5%
Chrome, Cr
55 mcg
110%
Omega-3
0,2 g
20-25%
Pollock in the Pacific Ocean
Pollock is the most abundant fish in the North Pacific Ocean. It is found in the Okhotsk, the Bering and the Japanese seas. Pristine waters ensure ecological cleanliness and high quality of fish.
What does Pollock look like?
Bentho-pelagic coldwater fish relates to the Gadiformes order, the Cod family and the Pollock genus.
30-42
cm average length
up to 15
years life expectancy
0.5
kg average weight
Head
Looks large in relation to the body
Eyes
Large
The lower jaw
protrudes forward and catches small animals in the water
The whisker
(under the lower lip) performs a tactile function, catching the movement of prey at depth in conditions of poor visibility
Fins
  • 3 dorsal fins
  • 2 anal fins
  • 2 pelvic fins
  • 2 pectoral fins
Scales
Small and silvery, near the ridge the color is noticeably darker
Body
Elongated, tapering towards the tail
Body pattern
Dark brown spots on the upper part of the body
Ecology-oriented protein
In the production of Pollock products on the vessels of the RFC, the level of carbon dioxide emissions per ton of products is several times lower compared to the cultivation of fish, as well as chicken, pork and especially beef.
When fishing and manufacturing Pollock products, the Company does not actually use fresh water. The necessary demand for fresh water is met by desalting seawater on the trawlers' sides.
CO2 emissions per kg of product (live weight)
28,9
Beef
5,9
Pork
4,1
Chicken
3,8
Atlantic salmon
2,2
Grown tilapia
1,2
RFC Wild Pollock
Consumption of liters of fresh water per kg of product (live weight)
0RFC Wild Pollock
4 680Vegetables
10 540Chicken
16 530Pork
29 120Beef