What is the best versatile alternative to fresh seafood?
A S Harrison & Co Seafood Powders.
A S Harrison & Co Seafood Powders are made with 100% natural, premium, wild caught seafood from the clean waters of the North Atlantic Ocean and Barents Sea.
All raw materials are responsibly harvested to ensure that protection of reef life is at the core of the operation. Harvesting operations are sustainably sourced and fully traceable, avoiding mixing non-certified harvested products and providing assurance for product labelling. The harvesting process supports seafood chain sustainability and monitoring of environmental issues.
The A S Harrison & Co range of Seafood Powders are varied and include Shrimp, Prawn, Codfish, Whitefish, Crab, Lobster and Salmon. Our seafood powders are manufactured in a facility certified under HACCP, with all products Halal Certified.
Natural Ingredients for unique flavouring
The key to creating these high-quality enriched seafood powders is the freshness of the raw material, and state-of-the-art manufacturing processes which enables the product to retain the powerful seafood volatiles that every seafood lover craves. The magic is in the process of cooking the product to its optimum temperature, drying, micro milling and sieving to create a free-flowing fine powder. Due to this effective process, the products have a lengthy shelf stable life of 24 months.
Our fine seafood powders typically have a particle size of 0.5mm, which makes them versatile and ideal for applications such as soups, snacks, noodles, bullion/ stock cubes, sauces, pasta, baby foods and many more.
With such product versatility and a bursting bold flavour profile, A S Harrison & Co Seafood Powders are sure to make your product a new hit.
Upon request, samples can be arranged and do come in liquids or pastes as another option. Contact the food team at A S Harrison & Co to find out more information.
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