Determination of The CCP (Critical Control Point) on The Production Whole Round Tiger Grouper (Ephinephelus fuscoguttatus) in PT. Alam Jaya Surabaya, East Java.

Ike Febriana, Prayogo prayogo

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Grouper (Epinephelus sp.) is a reef fish commodity that are currently utilized in a large enough scale. Of the types of grouper, tiger grouper has advantages compared to other types. This fish hight economic value because it has a delicious meat, nutritious and contain unsaturated fatty acids. Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a systematic approach to food safety management based on the principles there that aims to identify the hazards that tend to occur at every step of the food chain. One of the principles of HACCP is to determine the CCP using Decision Tree Diagram CCP (Decision Tree). Field Work Practice was conducted at PT. Alam Jaya, District Rungkut, Surabaya City, East Java Province on 18 January  to 26 February , 2016. The working method that used in Field Work Practice is descriptive method with data collection included primary data and secondary data. Data is collected by observation, interview and active participation. CCP determination based on the presence of danger in a process that can not be removed in the next process. Determination of CCP based on the observation of every production process is known that the process of receiving raw materials and metal detectors are CCP.


Determination CCP, Tiger Grouper and Freezing technique.

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