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Generic HACCP model for meat and poultry products with secondary inhibitors, not shelf-stable

by United States. Food Safety and Inspection Service

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Published by The Service in Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Meat,
  • Microbiology,
  • Poultry industry,
  • Quality control,
  • Food safety,
  • Contamination,
  • Quality,
  • Poultry products

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUnited States Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service
    SeriesHACCP -- 9
    The Physical Object
    Pagination73 p. :
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25768080M
    OCLC/WorldCa38117071

    HACCP Generic HACCP Model for Thermally Processed, Commercially Sterile Meat and Poultry Products: Currently unavailable: HACCP Generic HACCP Model for Irradiation: Currently unavailable: HACCP Generic HACCP Model for Meat and Poultry Products with Secondary Inhibitors, Not Shelf-Stable: Currently unavailable. Generic HACCP model for fully cooked, not shelf stable meat and poultry products: Contributor: United States. Food Safety and Inspection Service: Publisher: DIANE Publishing, ISBN: X, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

      Product with secondary inhibitors-not shelf stable Examples: uncooked cured pork products, uncooked cured corned beef, uncooked roast beef, cured beef tongue, low pH products Before a HACCP plan can be developed, management must be committed to the program. HACCP is an important tool for delivering value to customers. 4. Products with Secondary Inhibitors, Not Shelf-Stable (products that are fermented, dried, salted, brine treated, etc., but are not shelf-stable) 5. Irradiation (includes all forms of approved irradiation procedures for poultry and pork) 6. Fully Cooked, Not Shelf Stable (products which have received a lethal kill step through a.

    HACCP IN COOKED MEAT OPERATIONS Cooked Product – Generic HACCP Model for Cooked Meat A large portion of the further processed meat products in the marketplace are sold as fully cooked products. Examples include luncheon meats (e.g., bologna, mortadella), whole muscle meats (e.g., oven roasted chicken/turkey, ham) andFile Size: KB. The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) concept is a systematic, science based process control system for food safety. This concept forms the basic structure of a preventative system for the safe production of meat products. Note that the key to this system is that it is a preventative approach to producing the safest possible meat products for human consumption.


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Generic HACCP model for meat and poultry products with secondary inhibitors, not shelf-stable by United States. Food Safety and Inspection Service Download PDF EPUB FB2

Products with Secondary Inhibitors, Not Shelf-Stable GENERIC HACCP MODEL FOR Products with Secondary Inhibitors, Not Shelf-Stable Introduction: Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a systematic, scientific approach to process control.

It is designed to prevent the occurrence of problems by ensuring that controls are applied atFile Size: KB. Generic HACCP model for meat and poultry products with secondary inhibitors, not shelf-stable Generic HACCP model for meat and poultry products with secondary inhibitors, not shelf-stable by United States.

Food Safety and Inspection Service. Publication date Topics Poultry industry Quality control, Poultry products Microbiology, Meat Pages: Raw, Ground 2. Thermally Processed/Commercially Sterile 3. Mechanically Separated Species/Deboned Poultry This document contains the generic HACCP model for the process category titled: Products with Secondary Inhibitors.

Not Shelf-Stable In order to develop this model, a literature review and an epidemiological assessor it c. Heat Treated, Shelf Stable Model 3 GENERIC HACCP MODEL FOR HEAT TREATED, SHELF STABLE MEAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTS Introduction The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system is a scientific approach to process control.

It is designed to prevent the occurrence of problems by assuring that controls areFile Size: KB. Products with Secondary Inhibitors, Not Shelf-Stable (products that are fermented, dried, salted, brine treated, etc., but are not shelf-stable) 5.

Irradiation (includes all forms of approved irradiation procedures for poultry and pork) 6. Fully Cooked, Not Shelf Stable (products which have received a lethal kill step through aFile Size: KB.

United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service September HACCP-4 Generic HACCP Model for Raw, Not Ground Meat and Poultry Products Additional copies of the Guidebook for the Preparation of HACCP Plans and the Generic HACCP Models are available from: U.S.

Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) Office of Policy, Program. Not Shelf-Stable (ready to cook poultry, cold smoked and products smoked for trichinae, partially cooked battered, breaded, char-marked, batter set, and low temperature rendered products, etc.) 4.

Products with Secondary Inhibitors, Not Shelf-Stable (products that are fermented, dried, salted, brine treated, etc. Products with Secondary Inhibitors, Not Shelf-Stable (products that are fermented, dried, salted, brine treated, etc., but are not shelf-stable) 5.

Irradiation (includes all forms of approved irradiation procedures for poultry and pork) 6. Fully Cooked, Not Shelf Stable (products which have received a lethal kill step through a heatingFile Size: KB. Generic HACCP Model for Products with Secondary Inhibitors, Not Shelf Stable Generic HACCP Model for Heat Treated, Shelf Stable Generic HACCP Model for Heat Treated Not Fully Cooked, Not Shelf Stable Generic HACCP Model for Not Heat Treated, Shelf Stable Generic HACCP Model for Raw Products - Not Ground Go.

Products with Secondary Inhibitors - Not Shelf Stable: This process category applies to establishments that further process by using a curing processing step or a processing step using other ingredients that inhibit bacterial growth.

These products are generally refrigerated or frozen throughout the product's shelf life. Thermally processed, commercially sterile meat and poultry products are packaged in hermetically sealed containers and remain shelf-stable under unrefrigerated conditions.

“Canned product” is defined in §/(d) as a meat or poultry product with a water activity above which receives a thermal process either before or after being. HACCP 03 I Secondary Inhibitors Not Shelf Stable Version Type: Working Version #: 2 General G1 List all HACCP 03I plans, products produced using those plans, CCPs, critical limits, monitoring procedures, and verification procedures associated with those plans using the template provided.

Editor. Raw, Ground Model GENERIC HACCP MODEL FOR RAW, GROUND MEAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTS Introduction The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system is a scientific approach to process control. It is designed to prevent the occurrence of File Size: KB.

Products with Secondary Inhibitors, Not Shelf-Stable (products that are fermented, dried, salted, brine treated, etc., but are not shelf-stable) 5. Irradiation (includes all forms of approved irradiation procedures for poultry and pork) 6. Fully Cooked, Not Shelf Stable (products which have received a File Size: KB.

HACCP-5 Generic HACCP Model for Poultry Product with secondary inhibitors--not shelf stable. This generic model is designed for use with the first process category: Slaughter. Deciding on a generic model and which products can be covered by a single plan is an importantFile Size: KB.

HACCP-5 Generic HACCP Model for Poultry Slaughter. Product with secondary inhibitors--not shelf stable. This generic model is designed for use with the first process category: Slaughter.

The generic model is not suitable for products that fall into any of the other process Size: KB. The model can be used for all heat treated, shelf stable products: either meat or poultry.

The generic model is not suitable for products that fall into any of the other process categories. The model will be most useful to a HACCP team that includes access to one trained individual, as specified in (b).

Fully Cooked, Not Shelf Stable Model GENERIC HACCP MODEL FOR FULLY COOKED, NOT SHELF STABLE MEAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTS Introduction The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system is a scientific approach to process control.

It is designed to prevent the occurrence of problems by assuring that controls areFile Size: KB. Full text of "Generic HACCP model for heat treated, shelf-stable meat and poultry products" See other formats Historic, Archive Document Do not assume content reflects current scientific knowledge, policies, or practices.

Reserve aTS (ix) Product with secondary inhibitors--not shelf stable. This generic model is designed for use with the process category: Raw product—not ground. The purpose of the process category listing in is to set out the circumstances under which a.

Heat Treated, But Not Fully Cooked - not Shelf-Stable: cured whole muscle, e.g. Bacon 2 9/27/07 version; supersedes all previous versions Directions for Use of the Process Flow Diagram 1. Examine the model Process Flow Diagram and determine which steps you actually use in your process.

Cross out, white out, or delete allFile Size: KB.College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Meat Science Extension Parker Food Science Fyffe Court Columbus, Ohio Phone: (v) Not heat treated--shelf stable.

(vi) Heat treated--shelf stable. (vii) Fully cooked--not shelf stable. (viii) Heat treated but not fully cooked--not shelf stable. (ix) Product with secondary inhibitors--not shelf stable. This generic model is designed for use with the fourth process category: Thermally processed --commercially Size: KB.