Regional guidelines on cold chain management of fish and fishery products in ASEAN region
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Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre (SEAFDEC), under its Marine Fisheries Research Department (MFRD) Programmes, has initiated and implemented a project on the Cold Chain Management of Seafood from 2015-2018, of which this set of guidelines were developed in close consultation with the ASEANSEAFDEC member countries. The project is in line with the ASEAN-SEAFDEC Resolution (20) and Plan of Action (D58 and D63), as endorsed at the ASEANSEAFDEC Conference 2011. The goals of the project were to create a platform for the ASEAN region to share knowledge, experiences, and cost-effective technologies on the cold chain management of seafood, and to develop a set of guidelines for cold chain management of fish and fishery products to serve as a benchmark for ASEAN Member Countries when developing their own national guidelines.
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