MOJ Food Processing & Technology Safety and Quality of Antimicrobial Packaging Applied to Seafood

@inproceedings{2017MOJFP,
  title={MOJ Food Processing & Technology Safety and Quality of Antimicrobial Packaging Applied to Seafood},
  author={},
  year={2017}
}
  • Published 2017
Nowadays, a large quantity of seafood is still moved to market essentially unpackaged. Whole or gutted fish are iced in fish holds, stored upon landing and then re-iced in bulk containers to be hauled to local fish markets. At the market, whole, dressed or filleted fish are displayed and offered for sale (still unpackaged) on a bed of ice. A switch from wooden to waxed or plastic-coated corrugated boxes as the bulk shipping container has been the sole packaging improvement in this marketing… CONTINUE READING