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Hazard analysis and critical control point principles and application guidelines adopted august 14, 1997 national advisory committee on microbiological criteria for foods 2 haccp : a systematic approach to the identification, evaluation, and control of food safety hazards. Goo requ divisionof foodsafety seafood haccp guidance hazardanalysiscriticalcontrolpoint(haccp)isasystematicapproachto identifyandcontrolbiological.
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