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核心提示:规定了本法典第2章所述食品的加工要求。该标准不适用于在新西兰生产或是进口到新西兰的食品。
发布单位
Department of Health and Ageing
Department of Health and Ageing
发布文号 Standard 1.6.2
发布日期 2000-12-20 生效日期 暂无
有效性状态 废止日期 暂无
备注 规定了本法典第2章所述食品的加工要求。该标准不适用于在新西兰生产或是进口到新西兰的食品。
STANDARD 1.6.2
PROCESSING REQUIREMENTS
 
(Australia only)
Purpose
This Standard sets out the requirements for processing of foods regulated in Chapter 2 of this Code.  This Standard does not apply to food produced in, or imported into, New Zealand.
Table of Provisions
1             Deleted
2             Deleted
3             Deleted
4             Deleted
5             Dried meat
6             Crocodile meat
7             Game meat
8             Fermented comminuted processed meat
Clauses
1             Deleted
2             Deleted
3             Deleted
4             Deleted
5             Dried meat
Dried meat means meat that has been dried to a water activity of no more than 0.85 but does not include slow dried cured meat.
Editorial note for New Zealand:
For New Zealand purposes, processing requirements for dried meat are regulated under the Animal Products Act 1999 and the Food Act 1981
6             Crocodile meat
(1)           In this clause –
crocodile meat means the skeletal muscle of the family Crocodylidae including any attached fat, connective tissue, nerve, blood and blood vessels, but does not include head meat.
(2)           Crocodile meat must be derived from farmed animals and be handled in accordance with and under the conditions specified in the Standing Committee on Agriculture's Australian Code of Practice for Veterinary Public Health: The Hygienic Production of Crocodile Meat for Human Consumption, 1993, published by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.
(3)           A person must not sell as food any part of the carcass of the family Crocodylidae that is not crocodile meat.

Editorial note for New Zealand:
For New Zealand purposes, processing requirements for crocodile meat are regulated under the Animal Products Act 1999 and the Food Act 1981
7             Game meat
(1)           In this clause –
game meat means the whole or part of the carcass of any bird, buffalo, camel, deer, donkey, goat, hare, horse, kangaroo, rabbit, pig, possum or wallaby that has been slaughtered in the wild state, but does not include avian eggs, foetuses, parts of foetuses or pouch young.
 
game meat flesh means skeletal game meat muscle, including any attached fat, connective tissue, nerve, blood, blood vessels and, in the case of birds, skin.
 
game offal means game meat other than game meat flesh.
(2)           Game meat, except game birds, must be obtained –
(a)          from a game carcass which has been subjected to governmentally approved post mortem inspection; or
(b)          in accordance with a governmentally approved quality assurance program designed to ensure that the game meat is fit for human consumption.
(3)           Game meat offal, except for bone or cartilage attached to game meat flesh, must not be sold as or used in the preparation of food.
Editorial note for New Zealand:
For New Zealand purposes, processing requirements for game meat are regulated under the Animal Products Act 1999 and the Food Act 1981
8             Fermented comminuted processed meat
(1)           In this clause –
comminuted means chopped, diced or minced.
 
mechanically separated meat means meat that has been separated from bone by a mechanical process that results in comminuted meat.
rendered trimmings means the cooked meat fractions derived from the rendering of meat trimmings, excluding ligamentum nuchae.
(2)           Fermented comminuted processed meat is heat treated if it has had its core temperature maintained at 55°C for a period of at least 20 minutes, or an equivalent combination of time and higher temperature.
(3)           Fermented comminuted processed meat is cooked if it has had its core temperature maintained at 65°C for a period of at least 10 minutes, or an equivalent combination of time and higher temperature.
(4)           A fermented meat product must not contain mechanically separated meat or rendered trimmings unless it has been cooked in accordance with subclause (3).

Editorial note:
Processed meat in this clause includes processed meat and manufactured meat in accordance with Standard 2.2.1, irrespective of the prescribed names set out in that Standard.
Guidelines for the Safe Manufacture of Smallgoods published by Meat and Livestock Australia, will assist manufacturers and appropriate enforcement agencies to give effect to the provisions in this clause.
Editorial note for New Zealand:
For New Zealand purposes, processing requirements for fermented comminuted processed meats are regulated under the Animal Products Act 1999 and theFood Act 1981.
 

 
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