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Survey Instruments For A Cost Study Of Haccp In The Seafood Industry


  • Colatore, Corinna
  • Caswell, Julie A.


The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) approach to assuring food safety was first mandated in the United States in 1995 for the seafood industry, with full implementation to take place by December, 1997. The survey instruments included in this Working Paper were developed as part of a cost analysis of the adoption of HACCP in the Seafood Industry. The purpose of the survey was to quantify the change in costs that average seafood companies experienced during the first year of HACCP adoption.

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  • Colatore, Corinna & Caswell, Julie A., 1998. "Survey Instruments For A Cost Study Of Haccp In The Seafood Industry," Working Papers 25990, Regional Research Project NE-165 Private Strategies, Public Policies, and Food System Performance.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:rpspwp:25990

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