Estudio sanitario de las lonjas y almacenes de productos de la pesca y de la acuicultura en Baleares.
Traduction en anglais : Sanitary study of the wholesale and storing of fishing and aquaculture products in Balearic Islands.
Congreso de médicos y biologos en lengua catalana. Palma de Mallorca ESP, 1992/09.
The quality of freshly caught fish deteriorates rapidly and the conservation potential is greatly reduced if it is not stored correctly.
Before reaching the consumer the freshly caught fish goes through a number of various different processing states, since being unloaded at the docks which decisively influence its sanitary state.
Apart from its microbiological quality (which is always very important), there are a series of substances which form in the fish when the storage is deficient, some of which are known (trimethylamine, hypoxanthine, etc.), and other which are not known but could be the cause of chronic reactions in humans.
This study has evaluated the hygienic and sanitary conditions at 13 fish markets and 46 storerooms in the Balearic Islands that are responsible for the display, first sale, storage and distribution of the fish before it is sold to the general public.
The parameters used are those established in the different standing santitary laws as are laid out in the Community Directive 91/493/CEE for these types of establishments.
In the centres visited, information about the buildings, the refrigeration, the handling of the fish and the manipulation technique was compiled.
The aim of this study is to find out about the sanitary conditions of these establishments so as to identify thier weak points which have to be watched and controlled so as to imporve the sanitary quality of the fish and avoid the transmission of illness to the consumer.
Mots-clés Pascal : Manutention, Equipement industriel, Distribution commerciale, Poisson comestible, Baléares, Espagne, Europe, Contrôle qualité, Hygiène, Surveillance sanitaire, Entreposage, Produit pêche, Aquiculture
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Handling, Industrial equipment, Trade distribution, Edible fish, Balearic Islands, Spain, Europe, Quality control, Hygiene, Sanitary surveillance, Warehousing, Seafood, Aquaculture
Notice produite par :
Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique
Cote : 95-0406665
Code Inist : 002A35B06. Création : 01/03/1996.