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Upgrading the safety and quality of fishery products, Myanmar

Upgrading the safety and quality of fishery products, Myanmar

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementterminal statement prepared for the Govertment of Myanmar by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
ContributionsTechnical Cooperation Programme (Burma), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
The Physical Object
Pagination7 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16517683M
LC Control Number2007342125

Fisheries exports were valued at USD million in China is the largest importer of Myanmar’s fisheries products, particularly marine fisheries, based on Chinese consumers’ preference for saltwater fish species and shrimp, rather than the freshwater fish species traditionally farmed and caught in Myanmar. products, including the use of charcoal and wood fires in production (to prevent deforestation) The Myanmar Mines Law, Law under amendment to prevent pollution, improve natural resource conservation, and mitigate/reduce environmental impacts related to mining activities The Myanmar .

Fishery Products. brings together details of all the major methodologies used to assess the quality of fishery products in the widest sense. Subject coverage of this important book includes chapters on assessment of authenticity, and several chapters on quality assessment using various methods, such as:Price: $   Myanmar exported over , tonnes of fishery products in , the highest in 20 years, according to data provided by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (MOALI). At those levels, the exports are worth $ million. That could more than double to $2 billion-$3 billion within the next two years, if the right technology, [ ].

Over the past decade, exports of fish and fishery products from developing countries have increased rapidly. However, one of the major challenges facing developing countries in seeking to maintain and expand their share of global markets is stricter food safety requirements in industrial countries.   Raw poultry and poultry products derived from birds from the State of South Carolina between April 8, and August 5, * Heat treated poultry products from the above States are not eligible until further information is provided. Documentation Requirements. Ruminants - Obtain FSIS Form , Meat and Poultry Export Certificate of.


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SGR Fish and Fishery Products Hazards and Controls Guidance. Fourth Edition – MARCH DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE. Before the ban, Saudi Arabia was among the top importers of Myanmar fish and marine products.

The main export markets of Myanmar marine products are Asian countries such as China, South Korea and Japan. The EU is a big export market as well.

InMyanmar exported just overtonnes of fisheries worth US$ million, the highest. The DoF of Myanmar is responsible for the monitoring, control and surveillance (MCS) activities to ensure the quality and safety of exported and imported fishery products.

DoF has formed the Quality Control and Research Section with Inspection and Certification Unit and Analytical Laboratory Unit under the Research and Development Division. Myanmar possesses a large north to south river system which provides resources for freshwater and brackish water fisheries.

Aquaculture was started in using imported species but only started to expand in due to promotion of the Upgrading the safety and quality of fishery products by the State. Myanmar Strengthening Quality Infrastructure: World Standards Day – Ed Nemeroff Senior Technical Advisor Octo International Standards ensure that products and services are safe, reliable and of good quality.

For business, they are strategic tools that reduce costs by minimizing waste and errors, and increasing productivity. of the international trade in fish and fish products is now covered under various preferential agreements. in general, though, developed countries maintain Unloading the catch; small fish producers need assistance to achieve compliance with HACCP processes and food safety standards.

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The government will cooperate with Myanmar Fisheries Federation (MFF) in reforming the current fish farming system in fishery sector, said Yangon Region chief minister Phyo Min Thein. He blamed little profit for results from conventional farming and called for better services in transporting fishery products through cold storage factories.

Fish is one of the most important sources of animal protein and micronutrients in Myanmar with average consumption levels estimated to be approximately 30 kg/person/year.

However, with significant levels of malnutrition in the country, these figures are likely to hide a large diversity of consumption patterns. The fisheries sector in Myanmar provides employment to million people (, Myanmar is striving to upgrade its aquaculture sector amid a fall in the prices of fishery products in recent years despite higher export volumes and revenue.

Myanmar is hoping to earn at least US$1 billion from fisheries exports this year following strong growth in the sector and the lifting of a European Union ban on aquaculture products. Nevertheless, international standards related to food safety and food quality continue to present challenges to Myanmar's exporters.

Myanmar already successfully exports fisheries products to a number of developed country markets, including in the European Union, however. 1. Introduction. Seafood products are essential part of basic food basket in many developing countries with their quality and safety issues inherently linked to the concept of food security (Bose, Al-Mazrouai, Al-Habsi, Al-Busaidi, & Al-Nahdi, ).Fish and seafood products are considered an important part of a balanced diet and contribute to a good nutritional status.

Two final chapters complete the book by looking at fish byproducts and the issue of species identification in processed seafood. As authoritative as it is comprehensive, Safety and quality issues in fish processing is a standard work on defining, measuring and improving the safety and quality of fish products.

- upgrade the quality of the products by means of value adding In this way benefits from trading based on quality rather than volume of the products will be achieved and fishing efforts and pressures will automatically decrease and giving path for the natural fisheries resources to restore and sustain.

A study on quality problems arising in the processing and storing of fish products. A study on the development of value-added fish products and the diversification of such production. A study on the environmental and disease problems of fisheries. A study on the socioeconomic development of the fisherfolk community.

ies post-harvest technology. The objective of the research activity was to assist the Department of Fisheries, Myanmar, develop HACCP plans for selected fermented fish products in Myanmar to help upgrade the traditional fish processing industry.

InMFRD carried out the activity which involved two field study trips to. List of Freshwater Fishes for Myanmar Number of freshwater fish species: The tables below were generated from - A project to provide indexing and links for all known species as the baseline dataset for studies of global biodiversity.

All links. Building the capacities of Myanmar to upgrade and diversify its fish exports to meet international quality and safety standards.

09 - 11 August Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar. Key Issues. MYANMAR - In Myanmar, 90 per cent of aquaculture is in inland freshwater ponds in the Ayeyarwady Delta. Over the last 10 years, farmed fish output from this region grew by per cent, driven by an increase in productio.

Fisheries and Finfish Aquaculture in Myanmar. By San Aung, Nilar Shein and Khin Maung Soe. San Aung, Nilar Shein (Department of Fisheries) And Khin Maung Soe (WorldFish) Production and Sustainable Management of Nutrient-rich Small Fish (SIS) in ponds and Wetlands for improved Nutrition in South Asia ( March.

A Competitive, High Quality Range of Products from Siam Canadian. There are about fish species like Boal fish, Hilsa and Myanmar Fish in Myanmar freshwaters.

The fish fauna here includes many peculiar fish types. The fresh water fishes like Boal fish, Hilsa and Myanmar Fish are generally found in the Indawgyi Lake in Northern Myanmar.We provide our customers with benefits pin of knowledge about products, as well as to methods of leak detection in drinking water networks.

All training courses are consistently oriented to the practice. The use of our products and systems and the associated leak detection methods are internalized. We would be glad to meet you or your employees.The fisheries sector in Myanmar is vital for national food security, income generation and export earnings.

It is estimated that aquaculture and fisheries directly employ more than 3 million people and that between 12 and 15 million people benefit from the sector. Fish products are the most important sources of animal protein in the country.