A revolutionary method for the use of High Pressure by providing complete meat removal from it's shell.
Applications: Oysters, Clams, Mussels, Lobsters, Crabs, and Shrimp.
Using High Pressure, meat of crustaceans such as lobster or King Crab, will contract and detach from the shell, facilitating extraction with yields of almost 100%. This reduces the amount of waste to almost zero, compared to that of manual shucking. The process also enables operators to work on smaller parts such as the legs or antennae of the crustacean where meat is most difficult to obtain. As there is no need for cooking, the process enables the meat to retain it's natural flavors and provide customers with a fresh product for cooking prior to serving.
PETA (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals), reviewed High Pressure as a humane method of meat extraction for crustaceans.