Subpart A - General Provisions § 123.3 - Definitions. § 123.6 - Hazard analysis and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) plan. Fish and fishery products are one of the major traded food commodities and this trade is likely to increase in the future to meet the ever increasing demand for fish and seafood. Such guidance had not existed since the repeal of smoked fish regulations previously contained in Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Several states have adopted versions of this model code within their states. Fish sauce 165. The code was developed by the AFDO Food Committee under the direction of Dan Sowards, Food Committee Chair, in response to an expressed need for nationwide uniform guidance for regulating establishments that cured, salted and smoked fish. Smoked fish 160. 123.10 of the regulations. Fish keropok 169. § 123.12 - Special requirements for imported products. § 123.10 - Training. Many smokers have built-in thermometers. § 123.5 - Current good manufacturing practice. For details, see Sec. A thermometer is needed to monitor the air temperature in the smoker or grill to be sure the heat stays between 225 and 300 °F throughout the cooking process. Belacan 164. Fish paste 163. Fish product 158. This generic HACCP plan for hot smoked fish is based on the principles detailed in that manual and in guidance contained in the FDA's Fish & Fisheries Products Hazards & Controls Guide, First Edition, September 1996. § 123.11 - Sanitation control procedures. To ensure meat and poultry are smoked safely, you'll need two types of thermometers: one for the food and one for the smoker. § 123.9 - Records. Otak udang, petis or heko 170. Authority: 21 U.S.C. Cured, pickled or salted fish 159. Intentionally under-processed fish (e.g., green herring, or cold smoked fish) should be frozen first to 4°Ffor 7 days to kill parasites (PHS/FDA 2001) or to -10°Ffor at least 7 days (Price and Tom 1995). Title 21, part 123 of the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations. 6.5. Cincalok 167. [Deleted by P.U. Fish 157. Such certifications are regarded by the Food and Drug Administration as reports to the government and as guarantees or other undertakings within the meaning of section 301(h) of the act and subject the certifying party to the penalties for making any false report to the government under 18 U.S.C. (A) 162/88] 166. Title 21 › Volume 2 › Chapter I › Subchapter B › Part 123. Fish. The purpose of this information is to advise all firms that manufacture, distribute or retail smoked fish products that are sealed to exclude air of the requirements of Division B.21.025 of the Food and Drug Regulations. In the 1991 model code, the … Part 123 - Fish And Fishery Products. Fish ball or fish cake 168. This model code was first adopted by the Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) in June 1991. Fish and Fish Product 156. Title 21 Part 123 of the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations. (1) As a preservative and color fixative, with or without sodium nitrite, in smoked, cured sablefish, smoked, cured salmon, and smoked, cured shad, so that the level of sodium nitrate does not exceed 500 parts per million and the level of sodium nitrite does not exceed 200 parts per million in the finished product. § 123.7 - Corrective actions. § 123.8 - Verification. PART 123 - FISH AND FISHERY PRODUCTS . One of the most serious difficulties facing exporters is dealing with different standards and regimes of safety and quality requirements of the target markets. Canned fish 162. and smoked fish. Prepared fish 161.