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BIOFLUX - 2015 - The new paradigm of cold chain management systems and it’s logistics on Tuna fishery sector in Indonesia. Journal Food Additives 19/09/16 Organochlorine pesticides in canned tuna and sardines on the Serbian market. LA NUTRITION 04/08/16 Ce qu'il faut savoir sur les contaminants du thon. Journal Food Additives 19/09/16 Organochlorine pesticides in canned tuna and sardines on the Serbian market. SEAFOOD_VASEP_COM_VN - Tuna - News - Statistics. FISHERIES RESEARCH - 2015 - At-sea factors that affect yellowfin tuna grade in the gulf of Mexico pelagic longline tuna fishery. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology, 22:298–309, 2013 Physiologic Responses to Stress and Changes in Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (T. thynnus) Meat Color During Trap Fisheries Capture and Processing in Sardinia (W. Mediterranean) Environmental Research Volume 148, July 2016 Persistent Organic Pollutants in albacore tuna (Thunnus alalunga) from Reunion Island (Southwest Indian Ocean) and South Africa in relation to biological and trophic characteristics.

International Journal of Food Properties Volume 18, Issue 12, 2015 Fatty Acid Profile and Selected Chemical Contaminants in Yellowfin Tuna From the Arabian Sea. 60 MILLIONS DE CONSOMMATEURS 20/04/16 Qu’y a-t-il dans nos boîtes de thon ? Actu Arsenic, arêtes, fragments d’organes... 60 Millions a analysé la composition de 15 boîtes de thon.

60 MILLIONS DE CONSOMMATEURS 20/04/16 Qu’y a-t-il dans nos boîtes de thon ?

Les résultats sont parfois surprenants. Thinkstock C’est le produit de la mer incontournable dans nos placards de cuisine : le thon en boîte. Son petit prix, généralement entre 7 et 10 € le kilo, explique pour une grande part ce succès. Pas de bisphénol A mais du mercure Il a d’abord étudié la teneur en contaminants : mercure, cadmium, arsenic... et bisphénol A, susceptible d’être encore présent dans le revêtement interne de certaines boîtes. Trop d’arêtes dans le poisson Nous avons également testé la composition de la chair et du jus et recherché la présence d’arêtes et de fragments d’organes. D’autres ingrédients peu appétissants. MAAF - AVRIL 2016 - VADEMECUM SECTORIEL ÉTABLISSEMENTS DE MANIPULATION DE PRODUITS DE LA MER ET D'EAU DOUCE. 60 MILLIONS DE CONSOMMATEURS 20/04/16 Qu’y a-t-il dans nos boîtes de thon ?

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL STUDIES - 2015 - Preliminary Study, Risk Analysis and HACCP in Cold Chain System, Frozen Yellow Fin Tuna in Moluccas. Preliminary Study, Risk Analysis and HACCP in Cold Chain System, Frozen Yellow Fin Tuna in Moluccas Grasiano Warakano Lailossa Abstract The differences In cold chain system, Risk analysis and Hazard Analysis and Critical Crisis Point(HACCP) is a procedure for the identification, assessment and control of hazards in, and indirectly risks from, food.

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL STUDIES - 2015 - Preliminary Study, Risk Analysis and HACCP in Cold Chain System, Frozen Yellow Fin Tuna in Moluccas

HACCP procedures focus on chemical, physical and microbiological hazards, Yellow Fin Tuna is the one of the most superior export fishery product of Moluccas, based on paper review and field observation in Molucass, this paper is a preliminary study to development HACCP framework of frozen Yellow Fin Tuna in Moluccas. DOI: Refbacks There are currently no refbacks. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review - 2016 - Mitigating Risk in the Tuna Supply through Traceability System Development. FOOD LAW LATEST 05/06/15 Réponse à question parlementaire : Written QeA to EU Commission – EU observatory on traceability on preserved tuna imports?

Question for written answer to the Commission José Blanco López (S&D) – 9 February 2015 Subject: Need for a Community observatory on traceability to monitor preserved tuna imports to the EU According to various studies carried out by Interatún and other laboratories with links to the Spanish tuna canning sector, which is responsible for 67% of EU production and 20.140 direct jobs, 85% of the imported preserved tuna that is marketed in the EU does not comply with the obligatory rules for retail sales.

FOOD LAW LATEST 05/06/15 Réponse à question parlementaire : Written QeA to EU Commission – EU observatory on traceability on preserved tuna imports?

It should be pointed out that, of the 733.000 tonnes of preserved tuna consumed in Europe last year, over half, specifically 383.000 tonnes, came from third countries. According to the sector’s estimations, Spain, which produces 235.000 tonnes, could produce 146.600 tonnes more and create another 8.435 direct jobs if imports that fail to comply with the hygiene-sanitary standards required from Member States were banned from the EU market. Are there any plans in this regard? Like this: Related. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-003383-15 Independent monitoring of labelling of canned tuna. Utah State University - 2014 - Thèse en ligne : Effects of Processing and Packaging Modifications on the Quality and Shelf Life in Meats.

Abstract Shelf life of meat and meat products depends on the quality of meat and packaging stability.

Utah State University - 2014 - Thèse en ligne : Effects of Processing and Packaging Modifications on the Quality and Shelf Life in Meats

Meat color change, lipid oxidation, pH, and microbial contamination are the main causes that affect the nutritional, sensory, and physical characteristics by forming toxic compounds, off flavors, off odors, and undesirable color. The first objective of this study was to examine the effect of newly developed CO2 generating absorbent pads on beef, tuna and chicken meats. International Food Research Journal 20(6): 3357-3371 (2013) Risk assessment of vacuum-packed pouched tuna chunks during industrial processing using ISO 22000 and HACCP systems. OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY 06/03/13 Thèse en ligne : Survival of Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella spp., and Staphylococcus aureus in Raw Yellowfin Tuna during Refrigerated and Frozen Storage.

AFP 09/11/14 Pêche - Le thon tropical, au centre d'une industrie mondialisée. Paris, 8 nov 2014 (AFP) - Les thons tropicaux, qui fournissent l'écrasante majorité du thon consommé sous forme de conserves en France et dans le monde, sont au centre d'une industrie très mondialisée.

AFP 09/11/14 Pêche - Le thon tropical, au centre d'une industrie mondialisée

Près de 4,5 millions de tonnes de thon sont pêchées dans le monde chaque année, principalement des espèces tropicales, albacore et listao en tête. Les premiers producteur mondiaux sont l'Indonésie, le Japon et les Philippines. La France est au 15e rang. Les captures ont été multipliées par neuf depuis les années 1950, avec une forte demande à la fois dans les pays développés et émergents car le thon en boîte constitue l'une des sources de protéines de qualité les moins chères. Le thon rouge (qui n'est pas tropical), très médiatisé en raison de sa surpêche au milieu des années 2000, est un produit haut de gamme qui n'est pas mis en conserve. MERCOLA 31/08/13 59% of the ‘Tuna’ Americans Eat Is Not Tuna.

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MERCOLA 31/08/13 59% of the ‘Tuna’ Americans Eat Is Not Tuna

Mercola When you eat tuna, there’s a good chance you’re not actually eating tuna. Instead, the majority of fish labeled ‘white tuna’ may actually be escolar, a type of fish that can cause serious digestive effects, including oily anal leakage.Oceana, the non-profit ocean protection group that revealed the findings, further found that nearly 60 percent of ‘tuna’ sold at restaurants and grocery stores is another type of fish entirely – and the results fared worst for sushi restaurants.1 Love Sushi? L EXPRESS 08/01/13 Le thon le plus cher du monde adjugé 155 millions de yens à Tokyo. IFREMER 28/01/13 Le thon rouge Atlantique. 2013 - TUNA - A global perspective. FRANCE AGRIMER - JUILLET 2011 - LE MARCHÉ MONDIAL DU THON, PRODUCTION ET ÉCHANGES - Zoom sur le marché français.

INSTITUTE FOR THERMAL PROCESS SPECIALISTS 27/11/12 Présentation : Validating tuna pre-cookers. SCIENCE ALERT 15/01/13 Changes in Freshness of Steak and Loin Tuna (Thunnus albacares) during 15 Day-chilled Storage. Indonesia is one of the leading exporters of tuna in the world and 94,221 tons of tuna (US $ 243,937 million value) were exported in 2004 (MMAF, 2011).

SCIENCE ALERT 15/01/13 Changes in Freshness of Steak and Loin Tuna (Thunnus albacares) during 15 Day-chilled Storage

Chilled tuna, however, have problems regarding freshness due to increasing histamine and others with time or heavy metals. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reported that there were 350 reject cases of tuna in the US during 2001-2005 due to the problems mentioned above. Likewise, in 2005, the export of tuna from Indonesia to the European Union member countries was subjected to the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) which led to export suspension by the European Communities (2006). It is obvious therefore that efforts to improve postharvest handling methods are highly imperative to maintain the quality of fish.

Along with the K-value, decreasing freshness of fish can also be measured by sensory tests using trained panelists. The K-value was calculated according to the following concentration ratio: PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-007158-13 Health risks associated with the dangerous practice of underwater concealmen. The bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) is known to be a species in danger of extinction, and is one of the world’s most valuable animals in terms of trade.

PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-007158-13 Health risks associated with the dangerous practice of underwater concealmen

For this very reason, it is frequently fished illegally, particularly in the breeding grounds throughout the Mediterranean Sea(1) Almost 28 tonnes of illegally fished bluefin tuna was recently seized in the Sicily region alone(2). In an effort to avoid the controls carried out by the responsible authorities, the fishermen in question engage in the extremely dangerous and widespread practice of concealing the illegally caught fish by leaving them submerged in the sea (for example, attached to improper buoys) for several days until the sale is made, with obvious grave risks for the health of those who subsequently consume the fish that have been subjected to this treatment.