A French company, supplier of natural ingredients, is looking for cartilages of different species of skates, rays or sharks. These cartilages must be cleaned, washed and also dried, in order to then produce cartilages' powder in France. A manufacturing agreement is sought as soon as possible with a long term partner.
A French company has been supplying naturally sourced ingredients for 16 years. The products are sourced from the sea and plant material. It analyses the source material and extracts the relevant ingredients from them according to their functional properties.
The French company is looking for cartilages from specific fishes: skates and sharks. These fish are species allowed for human consumption.
The cartilage is the only product part of interest for the French company. These cartilages would be transformed in powder by the French company and that's why they should be cleaned (without any remaining flesh), washed and dried (to be safely / healthily transported).
The used process for the cartilage cleaning and drying should respect the regulation (EC) 852/2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs.
As the final product from the cartilage will be used for human consumption, the product must be microbiologically wholesome.
The transport of the products would be carried out or by the partner, or by the French company. Up to 30 tons of products per year would be ordered.
A manufacturing agreement is sought with a long term partner.
- Type of partner sought: - Cartilages must be sourced from skates and sharks
- Products must be without any flesh remaning and dried in order them to be transported
- The used process should be conform to regulation (EC) 852/2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The industrial partner should supply cartilages of skates and sharks, already cleaned, washed and dried under EC regulation.
The French company offers to order up to 30 tons/year, and depending of the partner localization, the French company could propose its own transport fleet to carry out the product.
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