Regional Guidelines on Traceability System for Aquaculture Products in the Asean Region
Traceability is a component of a food safety management system. Traceability in the aquaculture supply chain aims to ensure the safety and quality of aquatic organisms and, to verify that they are farmed in compliance with national or international management requirements or to meet national security and public safety objectives. In order to facilitate trade with specific countries such as the United States of America (USA), the European Union (EU), as well as Japan, traceability has also become a vital tool and requirement for necessary market penetration. Traceability implementation can be mandatory or voluntary depending on the governmental or private sector initiatives or obligations. Nonetheless, whether or not it is a regulatory requirement, traceability is now a common feature in international trade of fish and fish products.
|B1801208||639.21(593) ASE r||Archivelago Indonesia Marine Library - Perpustakaan Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan||Available|
|B1801209||639.21(593) ASE r||Archivelago Indonesia Marine Library - Perpustakaan Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan||Available|
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