FUQING MINGXIN SEAFOOD CO.,LTD——Your Realiable Abalone Supplier From China

Fuqing Mingxin Seafood Products Co., Ltd. was founded in 2008, with a total area of 5,000 square meters, a production workshop of 3,500 square meters, a 300-ton frozen storage warehouse and a 200-ton room temperature warehouse. It is an enterprise specializing in deep processing of abalone and the only enterprise in Fuqing that is engaged in the export of canned and dried abalone. The company has production lines for frozen abalone, ready-to-eat abalone, canned abalone and dried abalone, with an annual processing capacity of 1,000 tons. The products are sold to Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Japan, the United States, Singapore, Malaysia, Southeast Asia and other countries and regions.
The factory has 210 employees, including 15 management personnel (3 R&D personnel, 5 technical personnel, and 1 full-time inspection personnel), and 5 people who have obtained HACCP training certificates need.
The company has established a food safety and hygiene control manual, a hygiene quality manual, a HACCP plan, SSOP, food defense plan and other export food safety and hygiene control systems and through the effective operation of the system to ensure that the products produced meet the requirements of customers and applicable laws and regulations.

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How to Cook Abalone

To prepare abalone, it must be shucked, cleaned, and tenderized or the meat will have a rubbery texture. The abalone attaches to its shell with a solid round muscle at the bottom. To gently release the meat from the shell, a wide, flat, wooden spatula works well. It is sometimes soaked, blanched, or frozen prior to shelling. The viscera (guts), black edges, and tough outer skin is then removed. All parts are edible, but eating these trimmed pieces is a matter of taste and careful preparation so they're often discarded. The cleaned abalone meat needs to be tenderized, often by pounding it whole or as thick-cut steaks; it can also be done with long, slow cooking methods. The delicate flesh will pick up the flavor of other foods it's cooked with, so seasoning is generally light. Treated carefully as a delicacy, abalone is often gently and quickly fried in a pan, though it may be steamed or poached. It is also eaten raw, particularly in Japanese sashimi.

New Information about Abalone

Like other gastropods, the abalone shell is part of its body. It is considered an exoskeleton, protecting it during low tides and from predators and other bodily harm. The shell grows as the abalone grows. Abalone shells are made of calcium carbonate. The innermost layer is made of a specific type of calcium carbonate called nacre, or mother-of-pearl, which in the past was widely used for jewelry and other decorative arts. Abalone are mostly sedentary and exceptionally strong. They cling to rocks while waiting for a piece of kelp to drift nearby. The abalone clamps down on the kelp with its foot and then munches on algae with its radula — a tongue-like band with many small teeth.

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