In the mid 1930's fibrous casings were introduced as another casing alternative for the meat industry stuffing needs as consumer demand increased.
Fibrous casings are manufactured using the viscose process: wood cellulose is solubilized, treated, and viscose is formed. The viscose is then impregnated into a special filament paper as it is being formed into a tube.
This coated tube moves into a bath, which regenerated the original cellulose.
Fibrous casings are the toughest casings produced and they are used where maximum uniformity of the finished product diameter, be it sausage or smoked meat, is desired. The uniformity of product stuffed in thee casings make them ideal for slicing for prepackaging.
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