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What Is Pollock?
Pollock is a speckled greenish-brown fish with a white belly and sides, typically packaged in sizes varying from one to four pounds. This particular fish has always been a standard choice for white, soft and flaky fish. This is primarily used in value-added products such as breaded fish fillets and sticks. It can also be present in artificial crab meat, which is very common as a low-cost substitute to real crab in Japan. Originally sold as a less pricey alternative to haddock and cod, this abundant fish has a well-established demand and is the most eaten whitefish globally.