The ability to forgo the SIP waiver process for on-line processing may be the rule’s biggest benefit for the poultry industry, said the National Chicken Council’s Vice President of Science and Technology Ashley Peterson.
Minimizing opportunities for contamination and ensuring correct temperatures during processing can ensure the cold works, resulting in chickens with the correct shelf life.
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The "British-produced" label and sustainability are driving nutritional decision making at the Marfrig Global Foods subsidiary in Northern Ireland.
Quality defects in processed poultry cost millions of dollars annually. For corrective action, it is important to identify and track the types and causes of quality defects in processed poultry.
French trade show SPACE has been recognizing innovative products for almost two decades, and this year was no exception with a strong showing for the poultry sector.
U.S. Poultry & Egg Association President John Starkey talks with WATT PoultryUSA about programs that fund research and attract young talent to the poultry industry.
Antioxidant fed in high levels deposits in cellular structure to preserve favorable meat qualities after slaughter
Achieving tender broiler breast meat can be aided by management of poultry processing factors such as product aging, electrical stimulation and marination.
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As tastes become more educated and international, could poultry products that have long been associated only with Asian markets be marketed in the West?
Indonesia’s poultry producers have hurdles to overcome in order to be part of the growing taste for chicken and eggs in their home market.
Making better use of easily available renewable resources would allow the processing sector reduce input costs and the environment.
Neck skin is a more significant risk in ground poultry contamination than internalized Salmonella, though bones and spleens may also pose a risk in turkey.
Paying attention to poultry welfare at processing improves more than the bottom line
White striations, or white striping, in the breast muscle is an emerging problem in the US and other major global poultry markets including Brazil and Europe.
Choosing the right marinades and using a combination of injection and tumbling can result in improved flavor, tenderness and yield of poultry meats.
Proper execution of these nine steps in the poultry battering and breading process will help ensure superior product quality, proper yield and satisfied customers.
Poultry biosecurity programs are not always planned and executed with the same thoroughness as management, nutrition or health programs.
Vaccination, organic acids and probiotics are among the interventions that work to reduce Salmonella levels of broilers arriving at the slaughter plant, but a carefully focused plan is required for success.
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