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Veterinarski glasnik 2009 Volume 63, Issue 3-4, Pages: 201-213 Potential biological hazard of importance for HACCP plans in fresh fish processing (article rédigé en serbe) Veterinarski glasnik 2009 Volume 63, Issue 3-4, Pages: 201-213 text ( Potential biological hazard of importance for HACCP plans in fresh fish processing Baltić Milan Ž., Kilibarda Nataša, Teodorović Vlado, Dimitrijević Mirjana , Karabasil Neđeljko, Dokmanović Marija The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) system is scientifically based and focused on problem prevention in order to assure the produced food products are safe to consume.

Veterinarski glasnik 2009 Volume 63, Issue 3-4, Pages: 201-213 Potential biological hazard of importance for HACCP plans in fresh fish processing (article rédigé en serbe)

Prerequisite programs such as GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices), GHP (Good Hygienic Practices) are an essential foundation for the development and implementation of successful HACCP plans. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE - 2018 - TRIMETHYLAMINE AS A FRESHNESS INDICATOR FOR SEAFOOD STORED IN ICE: ANALYSIS BY GC-FID OF FOUR SPECIES CAUGHT IN THE TYRRHENIAN SEA. T.

ITALIAN JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE - 2018 - TRIMETHYLAMINE AS A FRESHNESS INDICATOR FOR SEAFOOD STORED IN ICE: ANALYSIS BY GC-FID OF FOUR SPECIES CAUGHT IN THE TYRRHENIAN SEA

NEVIGATO Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA)Research Centre on Food and NutritionVia Ardeatina 546, 00178 Rome (Italy) M. MASCI I. CASINI R. CAPRONI E. VKM_NO 15/12/14 Benefit and risk assessment of fish in the Norwegian diet - an update of the report from 2006 based on new knowledge. Furthermore, adults including pregnant women with fish consumption less than one serving per week may miss the beneficial effects on cardiovascular diseases and optimal neurodevelopment in the foetuses and infants.

VKM_NO 15/12/14 Benefit and risk assessment of fish in the Norwegian diet - an update of the report from 2006 based on new knowledge

In contrast to the conclusion in 2006, VKM concludes that there is no reason for specific dietary limitations on fatty fish consumption for pregnant women. In 2006 VKM published a comprehensive benefit and risks assessment of eating fish and seafood. An overall assessment of the dietary and toxicological actors shows that Norwegians in general should eat more fish and that their fish consumption should include both lean and fatty fish. Based on new knowledge about nutrients and contaminants in fish as well as new knowledge about consumption among the Norwegian population, the Norwegian Food Safety Authority has asked VKM for an update of the 2006 report. Fish consumption in Norway and comparison with national dietary guidelines. EFSA 22/01/15 Consommation de poisson: les scénarios donnent des indications sur le rapport bénéfices-risques.

Limiter la consommation d’espèces de poissons présentant une teneur élevée en méthylmercure est la façon la plus efficace de profiter des bienfaits pour la santé du poisson, tout en minimisant les risques associés à une exposition excessive au méthylmercure.

EFSA 22/01/15 Consommation de poisson: les scénarios donnent des indications sur le rapport bénéfices-risques

EFSA 30/06/15 Scientific and technical assistance on the evaluation of the temperature du be applied to pre-packed fishery products at retail level. EUMOFA - 2015 - European market observatory for fisheries and aquaculture products - The EU fish market 2015 Edition. CONFEDERATION SUISSE - Dispositions du droit sur la pêche régissant l'importation en Suisse de poissons vivants, d'oeufs et de semences de poissons ainsi que d'écrevisses.

Documentation en France

FSA 22/01/15 Reminder of advice on eating fish. When pregnant, you should also limit the amount of tuna you eat to: no more than two tuna steaks a week (about 140g cooked or 170g raw each), orfour medium-sized cans of tuna a week (about 140g when drained) This is because tuna contains more mercury than other types of fish.

FSA 22/01/15 Reminder of advice on eating fish

The amount of mercury we get from food isn't harmful for most people, but if you take in high levels of mercury when you're pregnant, this could affect your baby's developing nervous system. Children, pregnant women and women who are trying to get pregnant should not eat shark, swordfish or marlin. This is because they contain more mercury than other fish. Other adults should have no more than one portion of shark, swordfish or marlin per week. The FSA also has advice on the amounts of fish that should be eaten on the basis of other pollutants they may contain. Teagasc, The National Food Centre, 2000. Freshness, quality and safety in seafoods. FSA 31/05/13 Whitefish processors industry guide published. LUXEMBOURG - Règlement grand-ducal du 18 janvier 1993 fixant les règles sanitaires régissant la production et la mise sur le mar.

Nature: Règlement grand-ducal Publication: Au Mémorial A n° 7 du 08.02.1993 Date de l'acte: 18.01.1993 ELI: Classement(s) (Ministère => Département => Rubrique): Santé => Denrées alimentaires et produits usuels => Poissons Règlement grand-ducal du 18 janvier 1993 fixant les règles sanitaires régissant la production et la mise sur le marché des produits de la pêche.

LUXEMBOURG - Règlement grand-ducal du 18 janvier 1993 fixant les règles sanitaires régissant la production et la mise sur le mar

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EFSA Journal 2010;8(10):1874 [48 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2010.1874 Type: Opinion of the Scientific Committee/Scientific Panel On request from: European Commission Question number: EFSA-Q-2010-00073 Adopted: 21 October 2010 Published: 26 October 2010 Affiliation: European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy In this document an evaluation of hygiene and rancidity of fish oil intended for human consumption was carried out until the point of the production chain for fish oil at which a product intended for human consumption is obtained as a bulk stored product.

EFSA 26/10/10 Scientific Opinion on Fish Oil for Human Consumption. Food Hygiene, including Rancidity

This does not include encapsulated or other consumer packages or the final product ready to be sold to the consumer. Within the scope of this document, only oxidation products may represent a potential chemical hazard in refined fish oil intended for human consumption whilst stored in bulk. . © European Food Safety Authority, 2010. European association of fish pathologists. EUROPE - 2008 - Etude des performances économiques et de la compétitivité de l'aquaculture de l'Union Européenne. EUROPE - MAI 2009 - FINAL REPORT May 2009 DEFINITION OF DATA COLLECTION NEEDS FOR AQUACULTURE REVIEW OF THE EU AQUACULTURE SECT. EUROPE - Frais, ce poisson? Des méthodes plus efficaces permettent d'évaluer la fraîcheur des produits de la pêche.

EUROPE 09/10/09 Synopsis of FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE research projects in the 6th Framework Programme. INSEE 04/10/10 Pêche et aquaculture dans l'Union européenne.