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Title:Seafood HACCP Alliance Internet Training Course
Producer:Ken Gall and Steve Kern
Description:This training was developed by the National Seafood HACCP Alliance to provide training on regulations of fish and fishery product processing, established under the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The Internet course consists of twelve modules that explain seafood safety hazards, pre-requisite programs, the seven principles of HACCP, the FDA Seafood HACCP regulation, and the FDA Guidance materials available to help you develop a HACCP plan.


Topic:HACCP
Seafood
Standards and Guidelines
Audience:Food Processors
Format/Pub. Year:On-line Training (2011)
Contact Information:
 Ken Gall and Steve Kern
Cornell University
146 Suffolk Hall
Stony Brook, NY 11794
Email:seafoodhaccp@cornell.edu
Cost:Not Free, $60.00 to register
How To Order:Visit Website.
Avail. Online:http://seafoodhaccp.cornell.edu/Intro/index.html
Grant Number:Grant No. 2009-51110-20174

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