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Parasites in marine fishes : questions and answers for seafood retailers [1984] Public Deposited

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  • This fact sheet has been prepared in response to many questions from seafood retailers about parasites in fish products. Customers who find para­sites in fish they purchase need to have good answers for some obvious questions. Your customers need to understand two key points: First, parasites are a natural occurrence. Second, although certain roundworms (nematodes) and tapeworms found in fish can infect people, thorough cooking of fish renders these parasites totally harmless. Public health problems only arise when people eat raw or lightly pre­served fish, such as sashimi or ceviche. When fish is to be prepared according to these recipes, it should first be completely frozen for at least 24 hours to kill any parasites that may be present. Here are some of the most com­monly asked questions about parasites.
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