The first commercial farm in Thailand to culture Abalone was studied to approve sanitation and food safety. Water quality and bacterial contamination criteria in both water from culturerelated sources and Abalone prior to marketing was examined. The water quality and bacteria found in the water samples (total aerobic plate, Vibrio count and MPN total coliforms) indicated the culturing practices adhere to the standards for shellfish sanitation. Total coliforms and other bacteria found in the Abalone samples also complied with microbiological guidelines for seafood products. The study details good farm manufacturing practices which can assure the food safety of Abalone. Further practices; including depuration prior to harvest and temperature control during distribution will also implemented.
Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University
Pianpijit, Perasut; Juhong, Suksan; Tun, Nattakan; Rodkum, Channarong; and Wongtavatchai, Janenuj
"SALMONELLA SPP., COLIFORMS AND TOTAL BACTERIAL COUNTS FROM CULTURED ABALONES,"
The Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine: Vol. 32:
4, Article 6.
Available at: https://digital.car.chula.ac.th/tjvm/vol32/iss4/6