Best Answer Slab, 15 August 2021 - 09:43 AM
Since trevally is a histamine producing species I would refer you to ch. 7 of the FDA's Seafood Hazards Guidance. These are excellent examples of control measures that have been validated over the years. Of course due diligence would be ensuring you comply with your own countries regulations.
For the sake of brevity, cold storage could be either continuous monitoring or a periodic inspection of ice levels.
Additionally, CCPs would include receiving and unrefrigerated processing.