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   Chicken, canned
(Food > Canned food)
last updated : 2011/01/01
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CodeDescriptionInd. priceShip. weightShip. vol.
FCANMEATC300
CHICKEN, 300 g, easy opening, french/englishCHF 1,040,33kg0,4L

General information

Chicken meat.  Processed and canned.

Specifications vary with national regulations.  Here below, we give our most commonly used specifications.

Refer to HQ when offered specifications differ from our standard specifications; it will need to be approved by a food specialist.

Importation of food is always subject to acceptance from the national authorities, based on their national specifications; check these before purchasing.

Impact on the local, national, or regional market availability and prices should be carefully looked at before purchasing large quantities.

Specifications

For all aspects of the product, unless described otherwise here below, the standard of Codex Alimentarius last edition applies, including the packaging.

  1. -      Product must be fit for human consumption and be of sound, fair and marketable quality.
  2. -      For laboratory test, provide a minimum of 5 tins per batch.

CHICKEN, canned

Poultry meat

Minimum 80%, salted, canned and cooked.

Moisture

Maximum 65%

Protein

Minimum 13% (the proportion of collagenous protein in relation to total protein must not exceed 20%).

Fat

12% to 20%

Salt

maximum 2%

Starch

maximum 4%

Ash

maximum 3%

Stability test

No pressure increase, no pH difference more than 0.5, no microbiological growth after 7 days under ISO7218.

One batch can be a maximum of 24h in continuous production

Analysis of contaminants must state that the canned chicken is "fit for human consumption".

The product must not contain bone, ligament, gristle or foreign matter other than starch.  The fat or gelatine separation must not exceed 2%.  The product must not be finely minced.  Product must be free from unpleasant odours and tastes.

Shelf live minimum 3 years from manufacturing date , with a minimum of 2 years remaining at date of delivery.

 

 

Primary packaging

Food grade can of net weight of 300g hermetically sealed, showing no sign of corrosion at the welded joints or inside, and no deformation.

Can to offer easy opening system or to be delivered with folded can opener.

 

Secondary packaging

In export carton boxes of double corrugation of 10kg net.

Cartons to resist without any damage 6m high stacking for 6 months without deterioration, and a minimum of 10 manual handlings.

The sealing of the outer box is with glue, 50mm tape or strapping, capable of resisting a tropical climate (humidity and sunshine) for six months.  Tape overlaps of 10cm minimum.

 

Marking

As per Codex STAN 1.

Each can to be marked with a label showing:

-      Name of the product

-      Name of the manufacturer

-      List of ingredients

-      List of nutritional values

-      Lot/Batch identification (can be date of production if day is included)

-      Free from culturally restricted components

-      Net content weight in g

-      Date of production printed or stamped on the can

-      Date of minimum durability, declared as "best before" printed or stamped on the can.

Each carton box, same as above plus number of pieces par box.

 

Minimum documentation required for quality assurance from the supplier.

To be established by an official body:

-      Certificate of inspection

-      Health Certificate

-      Weight and Quality Certificate

-      Non-radioactivity Certificate

Other documentation needs to be provided according to the purchase agreement.

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