Are there real fish in fish sticks?
Nearly all fish sticks are made from Alaska pollock, a white, meaty fish that’s similar to cod and is both plentiful and sustainable. It’s the same fish used to make imitation crab. Look for fish sticks made with whole fish, instead of minced fish, and check the sodium content.
What kind of fish is Gorton’s fish sticks?
High quality, sustainably WILD-CAUGHT Alaska Pollock. Flash-frozen at the peak of freshness to lock in full flavor & nutrition. 100% WHOLE FILLET FISH with: no fillers, no preservatives, no artificial colors or flavors, no hydrogenated oils, and no antibiotics.
Is pollock in fish sticks?
Pollock is commonly used to make many processed fish products, like fish balls, fish fingers, fish sticks, and more. Even some brands of imitation crab meat, sometimes known as surimi, are made of pollock.