Coproduct recovery and development

The spectrum of potential co-products (or by-products) is enormous, ranging from the very high end (fish oil capsules) to the very low (compost), and encompassing mince, gelatin, roe and other specialty organs, leather, liquid fertilizer, flavorants, and fish meal. Shellfish wastes lend themselves to some of the same products - namely flavorants, liquid fertilizer, meal, and compost - while shrimp, lobster, and crab shells contain chitin, which has unique benefits. The simplest and most functional way to think about what is currently waste is to separate the options into three categories: those that eliminate all or part of the waste, those that use all of the waste, and those that use a portion of the waste.

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