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    Fish & Shellfish Identification

    Originally published in 1989 as an open learning module, this technical guide to the identification of fish and shellfish is now only available as a pdf file online. In 2008 Seafish developed and released a DVD guide to seafood identification. Both the pdf and the DVD complement the information on seafood species available on the Seafood Training Academy website (www.seafoodacademy.org) in the guide to seafood species gallery of the website. For a copy of the Seafood Identification DVD see the Seafish training materials pricelist.
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    The Frozen Fish Chain

    his open learning module deals with the more commonly used freezing processes. This module may be of interest to individuals invoved in the freezing, storage, transport or retaiiling of fish and shellfish. . Available as a printed open learning module for £15 plus P&P. Contact training@Seafish.co.uk or 01472 252302 for more information.
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    Review of Impact of Packaging and Packaging Waste Legislation

    The Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) Regulations will require some large fish business to maintain detailed records of packaging handled and to be responsible for the recovery and recycling of some packaging waste. The Packaging (Essential Requirements) Regulations define certain design features that must be incorporated into all packaging in order to reduce its environmental impact.
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    National Standard of the People’s Republic of China: Code on Quality and Safety Control of Fishery Products for Export

    National Standard GB/Z21702—2008 Normative Reference 3. Terms Definitions 4. General Principles 5. Raw Materials and Ingredients 5.1 Farmed fish 6 Processing Enterprises 7 Personnel 7.1 Personal hygiene and health 7.2 Training 8 Production 8.1 Contamination prevention 8.2 Cleaning and disinfection 8.3 Premises, facilities, equipments and utensils 8.4 Insect and rodent control 8.5 Control of water, ice and steam 8.6 Poisonous and hazardous substances control 8.7 Temperature and time control 8.8 Handling 8.9 Metallic foreign material control 8.10 Waste management 9. Packing, storage and transportation 10 Inspection and quality control 11 Product traceability and recalls 12 Code of hygienic practice for processing of major exports of fishery products
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    The Chilled Fish Chain

    This open learning module deals with the more commonly used chilling and handling methods. This module may be of interest to individuals involved in the chilled storage, transport or retailing of fish and shellfish. Available as a printed open learning module for £15 plus P&P. Contact training@Seafish.co.uk or 01472 252302 for more information.
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    Code of Hygienic Practice for Fish and Fishery Products Processing Establishment

    National Standard of the People’ s Republic of China (Issued by CNCA & AQSIQ): Normative Reference; Terms and definitions; Basic principles; Raw materials and ingredients; Plant site environment; Workshops, facilities and equipments; Processing control; Packaging, storage and transportation; Employee hygiene; Specific requirements for processing vessels; Quality management system and its operation requirements; Special provisions
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    Automation and the UK seafood industry (full report)

    Exploring the trade-offs between new technology, mechanisation and traditional labour resourcing.
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    Retailing Price List

    This price list contains details and costs of our training materials and courses for the retailing sector.
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    Seafood-waste disposal at sea – a scientific review

    Due to the recent tightening of regulations surrounding the disposal of seafood processing waste to landfill, fish and shellfish processors are now facing a rise in the cost and difficulty of waste disposal. This is of particular concern in remote areas where alternative uses (e.g. fishmeal) are neither accessible nor economically viable and therefore, cost effective and environmentally-sound solutions to the disposal of this waste need to be found. This report examines the potential for disposal at sea, together with the likely impacts and advice on the selection of appropriate sites for disposal.
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    FS24-0209 Feb 2009 Co-funding SARF projects

    Seafish has been a Member organisation of the Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum since it was formed in 2004. SARF commissions strategic R&D. This Fact sheet details the funding allocated over the last five years, how the research fits with Seafish’s strategic themes and provides a list of projects that benefit the shellfish and marine finfish sectors not only in Scotland but for the UK seafood sector as a whole.
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    Seafood Labelling Guidance – Overview

    This document provides guidance on the labelling of seafood. It contains guidance on general food labelling, fish labelling, nutrition and health claims, trade marks, misleading descriptions, voluntary labelling, traceability, and labelling additives and added water.