The application of HACCP in the fish processing industry in Southeast Asia, 2000-2003: Cambodia
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Cambodia’s aquaculture development, particularly small-scale aquaculture, is significant. Its production has increased from 1,600 tonnes in 1984 to 18,000 tonnes in 2002. Cage and pen culture production contribute more than 70% of the total aquaculture. The major cultured species in cage and pen system are Pangasius hypophthalmus (73%) followed by Channa micropeltes (21%). Other species cultured include Puntius sp., Clarias batrachus, Oxyeleotris marmorata, Cirrhinus sp., Puntius altus and Leptobarbus hoevennii which fishermen used to stock for a couple of months for fattening during abundant catches and sell it when fish were scarce. [Extract]
Sensereivorth, T., & Chea, K. (2003). Cambodia. In S. E. Yeap & I. Hariono (Eds.), The Application of HACCP in the Fish Processing Industry in Southeast Asia 2000-2003 (pp. 6-13). Singapore: Marine Fisheries Research Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
processing fishery products ; fisheries ; Freshwater fish; marketing ; trade ; economics ; HACCP ; quality control ; production management ; quality ; standards ; fishery products ; seafoods ; fisheries development ; fishery management ; Fishery industry; cage culture ; pond culture ; Puntius; Clarias batrachus; Oxyeleotris marmorata; Cirrhinus; Puntius altus; Leptobarbus hoevenii; Cambodia; South East Asia
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