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|Title: ||The quality of under-utilised deep-water fish species|
|Authors: ||Brennan, Martine H.|
Gormley, Ronan T.
|Issue Date: ||Sep-1999|
|Citation: ||The quality of under-utilised deep-water fish species. The National Food Centre Research Report No. 22. Martine H. Brennan and T. Ronan Gormley. Dublin; Teagasc, 1999. ISBN 1841701491|
|Series/Report no.: ||The National Food Centre Research Report;No. 22|
|Abstract: ||The quality of twenty-three frozen under-utilised fish species was examined. The species were spot samples of deep-water fish caught near the Rockall Trough by the Fisheries Research Centre. Their basic composition was 80.8 - 86.4% water, 9.8 - 25.2% protein, 0.18 - 16.2% lipid and 0.7 - 2.0% ash. Lead, cadmium and mercury concentrations were determined for six species and were much lower than the maximum levels set in 1992. Ammonia levels were unacceptably high in three shark species.|
|Description: ||End of Project Report|
|Appears in Collections:||Food Programme End of Project Reports|
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