How It's Made

Our Golden Pollock is made by freezing and drying naturally caught Alaskan pollock at temperatures below -10°C in the coldest, mountainous areas in South Korea. After removing the inedible parts, the pollock is left in the windy and cold outdoors for about 40-90 days. During this time, it undergoes a process of freezing at night and thawing during the day as the temperature drops. 

Pollock is hung to dry in the snowy mountain.


Through this process, the pollock swells and shrinks repeatedly, acquiring a rich, golden color and savory flavor packed with protein.

확대이미지The golden hue is naturally acquired throughout the process.


Once all inedible parts are removed and cut into smaller pieces, the golden pollock is ready to enjoy!

Credits to @ykahn007