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GB 20941-2016 English PDF (GB20941-2016)

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GB 20941-2016: Good manufacturing practice for fish products processing factory

This Standard specifies the basic requirements and management principles for the site, facilities, personnel in the raw materials purchasing, accepting, processing, packaging, storing, transporting, and the like links. This Standard is applicable to the production of aquatic products.
GB 20941-2016
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
National Food Safety Standard ?€?
Production Hygienic Code for Aquatic Products
ISSUED ON. DECEMBER 23, 2016
IMPLEMENTED ON. DECEMBER 23, 2017
Issued by. National Health and Family Planning Commission of PRC;
China Food and Drug Administration
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Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Terms and Definitions ... 4
3 Site Location and Factory Environment ... 4
4 Factory and workshop ... 5
5 Facilities and Devices ... 5
6 Hygienic Management ... 7
7 Raw Materials, Food Additives and Relevant Food Products ... 8
8 Food Safety Control during the Processing Period ... 9
9 Inspection ... 11
10 Storage and Transportation of Aquatic Products ... 12
11 Product Recall Management ... 12
12 Training ... 12
13 Management System and Personnel ... 12
14 Record and Document Management ... 12
Appendix A Guidelines for Microbial Monitoring Procedures during the
Processing Period of Aquatic Products ... 13
Foreword
This Standard replaced GB/T 20941-2007 Good Manufacturing Practice for Fish Products Processing Factory, and GB/T 23871-2009 Code of Hygienic Practice for Fish and Fishery Products Processing Establishment.
Compared with GB/T 20941-2007, and GB/T 23871-2009, this Standard has the major changes as follows.
--- Modify the standard name as ?€?National Food Safety Standard ?€? Production Hygienic Code for Aquatic Products?€?;
--- Modify the standard structure;
--- Modify the standard scope;
--- Modify and supplement the terms and definitions;
--- Emphasize the food safety control requirements against the whole production process of aquatic products like the raw materials, processing, and products storage and transportation; and make the major measures to control the
biological, chemical and physical contamination;
--- Add Appendix A ?€?Guidelines for Microbial Monitoring Procedures during the Processing Period of Aquatic Products?€?.
National Food Safety Standard ?€?
Production Hygienic Code for Aquatic Products
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the basic requirements and management principles for the site, facilities, personnel in the raw materials purchasing, accepting, processing, packaging, storing, transporting, and the like links.
This Standard is applicable to the production of aquatic products.
2 Terms and Definitions
The terms and definitions in GB 14881-2013 are applicable to this Standard. 2.1 Aquatic products
The processed food with fish, shrimp and crabs, cephalopods, shellfish, echinoderms, cavity intestines, algae and other edible aquatic organisms as the main raw materials. 2.2 Temporary culture
The operation process that the living aquatic products are put in clean water to breed for a certain time.
2.3 Shellfish purification
The process of capturing the live shellfish from the area consistent with the fishery industry water quality standard, then put into the natural or artificial clean seawater for a period of time, so that reduce the number of microbes in the shellfish body. 3 Site Location and Factory Environment
3.1 Site location
It shall conform to the provisions of 3.1 stipulated in GB 14881-2013.
3.2 Factory environment
3.2.1 It shall conform to the provisions of 3.2 stipulated in GB 14881-2013. 7 Raw Materials, Food Additives and Relevant Food
Products
7.1 General requirements
It shall conform to the provisions of 7.1 stipulated in GB 14881-2013.
7.2 Raw materials
7.2.1 It shall conform to the provisions of 7.2 stipulated in GB 14881-2013. 7.2.2 All raw materials come from the waters that meet the requirements of relevant national standards.
7.2.3 The water quality for temporarily culturing and transporting of seawater aquatic products and freshwater aquatic products shall meet the requirements of relevant national standards.
7.2.4 The raw materials of animal aquatic products shall meet the requirements of GB 2733; while the raw materials of algae products shall meet the requirements of GB 19643.
7.2.5 The raw materials of aquatic products taking aquatic animal viscera, eggs, skin, fins, scales, bones, shells, and other non-muscle tissue shall meet the requirements of GB 2733.
7.2.6 The dead eel, crayfish, crab, shellfish shall not be used as the raw materials for production and processing.
7.2.7 If necessary, purify the Bivalve.
7.2.8 Detect the toxins in the Bivalve, puffer fish and other aquatic product raw materials with biological toxins; accept and treat as per relevant provisions; so that ensure the safety of the raw materials.
7.2.9 When eating the raw aquatic product raw materials, the pathogens, virus, parasites and eggs shall be detected.
7.3 Food additives
7.3.1 It shall conform to the provisions of 7.3 stipulated in GB 14881-2013. 7.3.2 The use the food additives shall meet the requirements of GB 2760. 7.4 Food related products
implemented as per the requirements of Appendix A; if necessary, establish the pathogen monitoring procedure during the processing period of aquatic products. 8.2.2.1.3 When the monitoring index of aquatic products at the end of the production line is abnormal, increase the sampling frequency of the environmental microbial monitoring; meanwhile properly increase the sampling points as per the situation, and take proper corrective measures.
8.2.2.1.4 The working procedure or site that has the temperature control requirements shall install temperature indicator.
8.2.2.1.5 The operation that has the requirements for using steam shall guarantee the adequate pressure and steam supply.
8.2.2.1.6 The thawing time and temperature of raw materials of aquatic products shall be strictly controlled.
8.2.2.2 Microbial control of aquatic products with different processes
8.2.2.2.1 Refrigerated aquatic products
8.2.2.2.1.1 The processing workshop shall take the cooling measures.
8.2.2.2.1.2 The processed aquatic products shall be moved to the refrigerated environment as soon as possible, and the refrigerated room shall be equipped with temperature indicator.
8.2.2.2.2 Frozen aquatic products
8.2.2.2.2.1 Determine the freezing time and freezing temperature according to the natural state of aquatic products such as thickness, shape, production quantity and the like characteristics; ensure to form strip through the maximum ice crystal as soon as possible.
8.2.2.2.2.2 When eating the raw aquatic products, ensure the adequate cold treatment; so that ensure to kill the parasites that are harmful to the human. 8.2.2.2.2.3 When products are packaged after freezing, the package operation shall be performed in the environment where the temperature is controllable; so that ensure the center temperature of frozen product to be lower than -18??C.
8.2.2.2.3 Dry aquatic products
8.2.2.2.3.1 The pest control and dust treatment shall be done during the drying process.
8.2.2.2.3.2 The dry products shall strictly control the dry time, dry temperature, ambient humidity, so as to ensure the moisture activity of the dry products is within the 10 Storage and Transportation of Aquatic Products
10.1 General requirements
It shall conform to the relevant provisions of Clause 10 stipulated in GB 14881-2013. 10.2 Storage
10.2.1 The products in the warehouse shall keep a certain distance from the wall, floor and ceiling; store in different stacks; and mark clearly.
10.2.2 The interior storage warehouse shall maintain clean, tidy; and meet the requirements of food hygiene.
10.2.3 The temperature and humidity of storage warehouse shall meet the requirements of product characteristics. The refrigerated warehouse temperature shall be controlled at 0??C~4??C; while the frozen warehouse temperature shall be controlled at -18??C below.
10.3 Transportation
During the transporting process, the refrigerated aquatic products and frozen aquatic products shall take the heat-insulating and cooling measures; try to shorten the transportation time and reduce the temperature fluctuation.
11 Product Recall Management
It shall conform to the relevant provisions of Clause 11 stipulated in GB 14881-2013. 12 Training
It shall conform to the relevant provisions of Clause 12 stipulated in GB 14881-2013. 13 Management System and Personnel
It shall conform to the relevant provisions of Clause 13 stipulated in GB 14881-2013. 14 Record and Document Management
It shall conform to the relevant provisions of Clause 14 stipulated in GB 14881-2013.

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