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|Monday, July 12, 2010|
The rising popularity of surimi could prove lucrative to Oregon fishermen, as processors eye new species such as sardines and mackerel to meet demand.
Jae Park, a surimi expert at Oregon State University's seafood lab in Astoria, says experiments with suing new species to make surimi hold promise.
Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.
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