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Aquaculture and Fish Processing in China October 2007
Pearl River Delta A water source for Tilapia farms
Tilapia Ponds nearing completion. Will produce Odyssey fillets in 2008.
Fresh water circulation channels.
Plantation area surrounding new Tilapia ponds.
Fish Processing Plant Dalian, China
Workers’ Dress & Sanitation Procedures
Air shower before entering processing area.
Thawed Fish Held In Ice Water
Fish Fillet Processing Room
Lightbox checking fillets for bones, parasites and blemishes.
Hand Trimming and Portioning
Lightbox rechecking portions for blemishes. Ice keeps fish cold.
Freezing Individual Portions
Bag Sealing of finished Cod Loins
Finished product ready for shipment to USA
Chinese Government CIQ Label
REVIEW – GLOBAL ADVANCES IN TILAPIA PRODUCTION AND MARKETING – 2008 Kevin Fitzsimmons, Ph.D. Sec. Tres. American Tilapia Association Past President – World.
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Global Update 2008: Tilapia Production, Innovations, and Markets Kevin Fitzsimmons, Ph.D. Sec. Tres. American Tilapia Association Past President – World.
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Water How much is there? Where is it found? What kinds are there? The water cycle and more.
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Food Safety, Quality Control and Value Added Products to Improve Market Share for Chinese Tilapia Kevin Fitzsimmons, Ph.D. Sec. Tres. American Tilapia.
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Mrs. Fradella’s Policies & Procedures. Enter Classroom Line up outside room in number order until instructed to enter by me Quietly enter room Unpack.
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We are learning about the pond. Ponds usually have four seasons. Sometimes they are hot or cold. Ponds are small bodies of fresh water.
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