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What are turkey skins?
Turkey skin used to be considered a waste product, but today it is increasingly used as an affordable alternative to other ingredients in the food industry. Turkey skins are less well known than turkey meat but can be ground up and used as a binder in various food products.
What are turkey skins used for?
Because of their high collagen and fiber content, turkey skins are often used as a binder in meat products, such as sausages, meatballs, and pâté. They can also be used as a natural and nutritious binder in soups, sauces, and other dishes. This makes them a valuable addition to a wide range of food products.
The quality labels of our turkey skins
In the production of turkey skins, we are committed to providing high-quality and sustainable products that meet the strictest standards. In addition, our turkey skins are halal certified, which means they meet the requirements of Islamic dietary laws and are suitable for consumption by people who follow these dietary guidelines.