Present status of fish processing activities in Malaysia
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An account is given of the fish processing industry of Malaysia; products consist of dried fish, fish crackers, shrimp past, fermented fish, fish satay, canned tuna/sardine, frozen prawn/fish/squid, and fish meal. Problems faced by the industry and the role of government, statutory boards and other institutions in upgrading the industry are examined.
Aziz, A. H. (1988). Present status of fish processing activities in Malaysia. In Proceedings of the Twentieth Anniversary Seminar on Development of Fish Products in Southeast Asia, Singapore, 27-31 October 1987 (pp. 14-16). Singapore: Marine Fisheries Research Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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