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SR4000

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Posted 12 May 2024 - 10:21 PM

I am currently doing some shelf life testing on salmon portions packaged in a MAP tray. Results for day 11 for E.Coli has come back at 210 and Coliforms 770. Day 12 showing E.coli 50, Coliforms 1600. Where can I find the limits for both these. 

I should point out this is not a RTE product so therefore are these limits sitting way too high? Also is there anything else I should be testing for? 

 

Any help would be muchly appreciated. 

 

 



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Posted 15 May 2024 - 03:54 AM

Hi SR4000,

 

Not Australia but Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan

Frozen fresh fish and seafood (Only applied to fillet or shelled products not for raw consumption)

1 Compositional standards

Aerobic microbial count: 3,000,000/g

E.coli: Test negative

 

You may find other useful info in this topic: Microbiological spec for Non Ready to Eat Frozen Product

 

Kind regards,

 

Tony





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