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#1 Aegean

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Posted 28 July 2008 - 03:13 PM

Dear all ,
I need an urgent information relating to iranian chopped dates production process.
I need to
-identify the stages ( I know that differs from factory to another but generally used ones )
-identify the mostly possible hazardous stages (shortly the steps can cause an adverse effect to the health)
-than identify the ccps

please assume that the flour used for covering the chopped dates is rice flour.

I am also having my own study on this but your comments will be vital for me :smarty:

all the best
Aegean


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Posted 29 July 2008 - 07:30 AM

Dear all ,
I need an urgent information relating to iranian chopped dates production process.
I need to
-identify the stages ( I know that differs from factory to another but generally used ones )
-identify the mostly possible hazardous stages (shortly the steps can cause an adverse effect to the health)
-than identify the ccps

please assume that the flour used for covering the chopped dates is rice flour.

I am also having my own study on this but your comments will be vital for me :smarty:

all the best
Aegean

Anyone got experience of dates production who can help Aegean?
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Posted 31 July 2008 - 06:08 AM

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