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Development of an Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Application Model for Dried Anchovy Workplace
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Development of an Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Application Model for Dried Anchovy Workplace
YOON, Hyun-Jin; HAM, In-Tae; Kim, Sang-Hyeon; CHOI, Jong-Duck;
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 Abstract
This study were attempted to apply the HACCP system adopted in the dried anchovy workplace to ensure the hygiene safety of dried anchovy workplace. In this study, HACCP system procedures, including HACCP team organization, determination of critical control point(CCP), establishment of critical limits, mornitering and verification etc., were established using KFDA 12 procedures. To determine whether hazards were critical elements, we evaluated the likelihood and seriousness of each hazard element. The likelihood of residual microorganism and metal piece exceeding the acceptable limit in dried anchovy products were demonstrated to be a critical hazard element. Management of the boiling(CCP-1B) and metal detection(CCP-2P) were determined to be a critical control point. The standards for acceptable residual microorganism and metal piece were set based on relevant laws and regulations, and then the limits were adapted and established for the CCP. An HACCP plan applicable to dried anchovy workplace was established.
 Keywords
HACCP;Anchovy;CCP;Dried anchovy workplace;
 Language
Korean
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