Proceedings of the First National Conference on Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Packaging of Seafood Products, January 12-15, 1981, San Antonio, Texas

By: MARTIN, Roy E., ed.

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MARTIN, Roy E., (ed.). Proceedings of the First National Conference on Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Packaging of Seafood Products, January 12-15, 1981, San Antonio, Texas. Washington : National Fisheries Institute, 1981. Pp. i-viii,1-454,(2). With tables and diagrams in the text Large 8vo (8½ x 11 inches), printed brown card covers, with black lettering to front & spine.

I. Foreword by Martin

II. Setting the Stage.

The Effect of Carbon Dioxide on the Bacteriological and Chemical Properties of Foods

The Application of Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Packaging to Seafoods - Why Are We Here" (- by Roy E. Martin).


III. University Update on Past, Present and Future Research in Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Packaging.

Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Packaging Systems for Refrigerated Fresh Fish Providing Shelf Life Extension and Safety from Clostridium Botulinum Toxigenesis.



Modified Atmospheres Research - A University Update.

Selection and Growth of Seafood

Microorganisms under Carbon Dioxide Environment.

Modified Atmosphere and Conventional Packaging of Fresh and Previously-Frozen Fish

Gas Exchange : A Technique For Extending Shelf Life of Foods.

Microbiological and Biochemical Changes in Crawfish Packaged In Modified Atmosphere

The Influence of Storage Atmospheres on the Free Amino Acid Content of Channel Catfish.

Microbial Variations During Carbon Dioxide Modified Atmosphere Packaging in a Model System and on Frsh Fish

Extending Shelf-Life of Fresh Wet Red Hake and Salmon Using CO2-O2. Modified Atmosphere and Potassium Sorbate lce at 1 degree C.

Seafood Storage in Modified Atmosphere


IV. Private Laboratory Update on Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Packaging.

An Overview of Controlled Atmosphere Packaging of Foods.

The Efficacy of Controlled Atmospheres in Extending the Shelf Life of Meat, Poultry and Fish.




V. Equipment, Packaging Materials, Atmospheres and Film Application of Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Systems.

Packaging Systems Concerns for Seafood Products.

Packaging Materials Selection.

Dormavac - A Low Pressure Storage and Transport System.

Alternatives to Modified Atmosphere Packaging.

Carbon Dioxide Cryo-Shield Cruster - Freezers and Flavor-Shield Applicators.

Thermoform-Fill and Seal Machinery.

Vacuum and Modified Atmosphere Packaging Machines.

Vacuum Packaging of Seafood Products for Retail and Wholesale.

Vacuum Packaging Equipment from "Tipper Tie".

Commercial Perspectives on Various Modes of Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Applications for the Seafood Industry.

Market Ready Fish - The Key to Increased Sales.

CVP "The Pioneers in Controlled Atmosphere Packaging".


VI. Industry Experiences with Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Packaging.

Trying to Get There from here.

The M.A.P. Program of Pace Fish Co. [Brownsville, Texas]

Spoilage and Potential Clostridium Botulinum Growth Support Characteristics of Nitrogen Purged Packaged Fresh Fish Products.

Lessons from an Early Fresh Fish M.A.P. Failure.

The Use of Carbon Dioxide and Containerized Shipmemts of West Coast Fish.

Danish Experience with Carbon Dioxide Systems.


VII. Policy Statement.

VIII. Addiitional References.

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Title: Proceedings of the First National Conference on Modified and Controlled Atmosphere Packaging of Seafood Products, January 12-15, 1981, San Antonio, Texas

Author Name: MARTIN, Roy E., ed.

Categories: 66,

Publisher: National Fisheries Institute, Washington, 1981,: 1981

Seller ID: 71371

Keywords: NAUTICAL UNITED STATES FISHERIES SEAFOOD PACKAGING PROCEEDINGS AMERICAN SEAFOOD INDUSTRY,