Story: Fishing industry

Oreo dory and orange roughy

Oreo dory and orange roughy

Modern processing makes use of every part of a fish. Once fish are filleted, the remains, referred to as frames, are processed to produce fish oil and high-quality fishmeal. Oreo dory and orange roughy yield the most and best oil.

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New Zealand Seafood Industry Council
Reference: Seafood New Zealand 10, no.11 (December 2002): 23
Photograph by Peter Stevens

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Carl Walrond, 'Fishing industry - Who owns quota?', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/6361/oreo-dory-and-orange-roughy (accessed 18 October 2019)

Story by Carl Walrond, published 12 Jun 2006