|Title||Effects of season, geographical origin, and species on the fillet quality of Asian carp harvested from the Illinois River|
|Article Written by||Lucas R. Nelson, Brian C. Small|
|Research Done at||Southern Illinois University, USA|
University of Idaho, USA
|Published Date||Jan. 23, 2016|
|Fish Species||Asian carp|
|Key Words||Asian carp, fillet quality, color, freshness, peroxide, aldehyde|
What the research is about
The exportation of Asian carp from the Illinois River to China is a promising business that offers ecological and economic benefits. However, optimizing fishing practices to provide the highest quality product is crucial to the success of this industry.
The objective of this study was to evaluate seasonal, spatial and species effects on fillet quality of Asian carp harvested from the Illinois River. As such, Bighead and Silver Carp were harvested on two occasions (summer and fall) from two geographically distinct reaches (Alton and Peoria) of the Illinois River.
This is the first report of color and Fish Freshness Meter (Torrymeter) freshness values for Silver and Bighead Carp. This can establish a reference for future research in commercial evaluation of flesh quality for these two species. Indicators of shelf life suggest improved product quality for a frozen fish export market can be achieved by concentrating harvest on Silver Carp in the Peoria Reach during the fall season.
Anecdotal observations suggest that Asian carp harvested during different seasons exhibit different qualities, but the factors affecting these differences are not well understood.
The Torrymeter device can be used to measure the freshness of fish fillets accurately, assisting in the evaluation of various factors affecting the quality of Asian carp fillets.
By using the Torrymeter, fishermen and processors can accurately evaluate the quality of Asian carp fillets based on factors such as season, geographical origin, and species. Its accuracy, ease of use, and versatility make it an essential tool in optimizing fishing practices and creating a high-quality product.
Ideal Use Case:
The Torrymeter is particularly useful in evaluating the quality of Asian carp fillets harvested from the Illinois River during different seasons and from different geographical locations. Its ability to measure fillet freshness, color, and other parameters in a non-destructive and efficient manner makes it an ideal tool for optimizing fishing practices.
Studies have successfully used the Torrymeter to assess the quality of Asian carp fillets harvested from the Illinois River under different conditions. The device has been instrumental in identifying factors affecting fillet quality, enabling fishermen and processors to optimize their practices to produce high-quality products.
This research documents the effects of season, geographic origin and species on product quality related to shelf-life and visual perception. The latter did not correlate well with predictors of shelf-life in this study. Improved shelf-life was observed for Silver Carp, fall harvested fish and fish from the Peoria Reach.
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Assurant Innovations take
Fish Freshness Meter (Torrymeter) was used and found that Asian Carp caught during Fall was “fresher” when compared to “Summer” season.
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