The thin, tapered, tail–end portion of fillets. Also applies to meaty tail section of lobster and shrimp.
A seafood packaging form in which a product is prepackaged on a shallow, clear or foam–plastic tray, overwrapped with transparent, plastic film. An absorbent paper pad, covered with plastic to avoid sticking to the product, is sandwiched between the product and the tray to draw off moisture.
Finfish on which the fins and tail have been removed.
An additive, used as a dip, that reduces natural drip loss in fillets.