MATERIAL BALANCE FOR OBTAINING MUSSEL AND OYSTER CANS IN OWN JUICE AND OIL

CARMEN NICOLAE, DANIELA IANIŢCHI

Abstract


Seafood could be presented as food products with a great nourishing value and aspecial contribution to human nutrition optimization, but also as raw material forthe processing unit. After the end of the Second World War, seafood production andconsumption have followed and increasing trajectory. Thus, their productionincreased from 19 millions tons in 1950 to 39 millions tons in 1961, but 130 millionstons in 2002. The present study proposed itself the analyze of processing 100kg/day mussels andoysters having in view the obtaining of two canned sorts (in own juice and oil)establishing the material balance for each sort. Upon the balance it can concludethat by processing the same amount of seafood it is obtained a larger amount of cansin oil.

Keywords


mussels; oysters; cans; balance of material; output

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