Posts Tagged ‘processing’

Sanitation Control Procedures for Seafood Processors

a surimi machine in a processing plant

Seafood processors are required to monitor sanitary control procedures used during processing, to document conformance with proper sanitary conditions and practices. This one-day Sanitation Control Procedures for Seafood Processors online workshop teaches people in the seafood industry how to develop and implement FDA-mandated sanitation control procedures, covering the basic eight points of sanitation and documentation…

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Better Process Control School — March 2021

fresh salmon in unsealed cans

Thank you for your interest in the Better Process Control School. At this time, we are postponing this class until we are able to meet safely in person. To be added to the waitlist, please fill out the BPCS waitlist form. When a date and location is determined, you will be sent an email for…

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New technology could boost surimi profits and cut waste

Tyre Lanier has spent four decades becoming an expert in surimi, or what some call “fake crab.” The North Carolina professor knows practically everything there is to know about surimi, a gelatinous fish product he jokingly calls the “hot dog of the sea.” In Alaska, surimi is no laughing matter. In 2016, seven onshore plants…

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