The Implementation of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Plan for Chicken Nugget Plant

Md. Asaduzzaman *

State University of Bangladesh, Bangladesh.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a protective approach alarmed with not only food manufacturing but also storage safety. Now-a-days this system has become vital tool for dealings involving different types and kinds of foodstuffs. This perseverance was to established exact HACCP proposal for Bangladeshi chicken nugget manufacturing plant in a current poultry processing plant in Kishoreganj, Dhaka. A precise broad HACCP model was established to develop consumption security and quality of chicken nugget processed in this manufacturing plant. This study was based on genuine circumstances in the chicken nugget manufacturing plant, HACCP’s seven principles and several current general models such as Bangladesh Standards & Testing Institution (BSTI), HALAL, ISO 9001:2015, and ISO 22000, YUM Quality Systems Audit of HACCP utilize through investigation which is also known as qualitative methodology. Under taking the consideration all factors of HACCP such as flow-chart, corrective action, verification procedures, Critical control point monitoring requirements and record-keeping were originated, a HACCP team established in the factory. Three Critical control points (CCP) were acknowledged in the manufacture of chicken nugget in this processing plant. The most important identified CCPs were Supply of ingredients and raw material; packaging material; Proper temperature and time for oil frying and proper examination during packing for foreign and unwanted materials of final product. Therefore, HACCP system should be established in each and every poultry processing facilities, recommended by author.

Keywords: HACCP, chicken, nugget


How to Cite

Asaduzzaman, Md. 2021. “The Implementation of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Plan for Chicken Nugget Plant”. Asian Food Science Journal 20 (5):11-24. https://doi.org/10.9734/afsj/2021/v20i530295.

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