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Kamchatka sockeye salmon
EastRussia photo report from a leading peninsula fishing company
Fish processing complexes located directly at the catch points allow the Kamchatka company Vityaz-Avto to supply premium products to the Russian and foreign markets. A tour of one of the plants on the west coast of the peninsula for EastRussia was conducted by Production Director Sergei Kyrov.
“This year our company worked well. Every year we work to increase production volumes. To do this, we improve the technology, identify and eliminate the disadvantages in the work, and we always always go a little forward - to increase, - says Sergey Kyrov about the first results of the summer season. - If you compare with the figures of last year, then the current Putin gave a little less catch, but for this year these figures are not bad. Of course, I would like to do better, because our enterprise is universal: we can process whitefish and, at the same time, red fish. ”
On the Ozernaya sockeye salmon is mined with off-net seines. First, they throw a net cloth, building an arc, while both ends look at the shore. Cargo hangs along the edges of the net to prevent the fish from returning to the river while pulling the net.
Then the swept area is reduced to a minimum. The river at this moment shimmers with silver: scales in solar flare are cast with mother-of-pearl.
The machine helps to get the catch to the fishermen. And on the other side everything is ready for processing raw.
Raw gets into the workshop with the help of a fish pump. Then comes the sorting: part of the catch goes to mincemeat, part goes further along the line for cooling and sorting.
The fish selected for the production of fillets gets into the freezer for enrobing. Then it is salted and smoked in the sirloin shop. The manufacturer clarifies that to add flavor, the natural smoke of Canadian maple is used. This technology eliminates the presence of harmful substances in the finished product.
Employees in hats and masks cut and pack fish. “It's sterile here, like in a hospital,” comments the production director. Not only modern technology works in the workshop, for example, Maridel fillet is cut exclusively by hand. After evacuation, the packages go to the warehouse and shops. So sockeye salmon gets from the Kamchatka river to Russian and foreign consumers on the table.
In total, there are more than 80 product items in the Vityaz-Avto showcase. In fish processing plants equipped according to European standards, salmon and halibut are salted and smoked. From here comes the supply of freshly frozen fish, slightly salted herring and caviar.
By the way, sockeye salmon, pink salmon and chum salmon are also made manually. First, the hairs are sorted on the conveyor and washed. Salt caviar from 5 to 12 minutes.
“Moreover, the solution contains not more than 3% of sodium chloride! And we do not use any flavorings or flavor enhancers, ”Sergey Kyrov proudly adds.
“The volume of work is impressive, so we pay great attention to working conditions. Employees live in comfortable hostels, visit the bathhouse that Vityaz-Avto has built for the entire village. There are three steam rooms: Russian, Finnish and hammam. You can also swim in the pool, relax in the buffet, ”says Sergey Kyrov. - In general, we participate in all the projects that are being implemented in the village, for example, helping to build a church and other facilities. We can safely say that the social responsibility of our company is high. ”
After the tour, the production director offered to go for a tasting. You can try the products of the plant not only in Kamchatka - company stores operate in St. Petersburg and Moscow.