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Recommended Salmon Quality Guidelines for Fishing, Tendering and Processing Operations.

Another useful tide for salmon fishermen is Recommended Salmon Quality Guidelines for Fishing, Tendering and Processing Operations" by the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, Alaska Department of Commerce and Economic Development, P.0, Box DX, Juneau, AK 99811-0800. This 39-page paperbound manual provides specific guidance for salmon fishermen on ways to maintain high quality, providing recommended operating procedures for fishermen, chilling and chilled storage during fishing operations, freezing and frozen storage aboard fishing vessels, fishing vessel sanitation, tendering vessel guidelines and recommended operating procedures, chilling and chilled storage aboard tenders, and tendering vessel sanitation. Similar data is given for shore-based and floating processing facilities and operations (price not listed).
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Publication:Marine Fisheries Review
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Date:Jun 22, 1989
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