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  • 1. DRAFT MALAYSIAN 10A005R0 STANDARD STAGE : PUBLIC COMMENT (40.20) DATE : 01/04/2010 – 31/05/2010 GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE (GMP) FOR PROCESSING RAW-UNCLEAN AND RAW-CLEAN EDIBLE-BIRDNEST (EBN) OFFICER/SUPPORT STAFF: (MCS / sj) ICS: 65.020.20 Descriptors: good manufacturing practice, raw-unclean, raw-clean, processing, edible-birdnest, guidelines © Copyright 2010 DEPARTMENT OF STANDARDS MALAYSIA
  • 2. 10A005R0 CONTENTS Page GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE (GMP) FOR PROCESSING RAW-UNCLEAN AND RAW-CLEAN EDIBLE-BIRDNEST (EBN)..................................................................................i Committee representation.........................................................................................................ii FOREWORD............................................................................................................................iii 1 Scope.....................................................................................................................................1 2 Normative references.............................................................................................................1 3 Definitions..............................................................................................................................1 4 Design and facilities...............................................................................................................3 5 Storage..................................................................................................................................6 6 Control of operation...............................................................................................................6 7 Product safety control procedures ........................................................................................9 8 Maintenance and cleaning ..................................................................................................10 9 Pest control..........................................................................................................................10 10 Personnel hygiene.............................................................................................................10 11 Training..............................................................................................................................11 12 Legal requirements.............................................................................................11 13 Legal requirement……………………………………………………………………………..11 © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved i
  • 3. 10A005R0 Committee representation The Industry Standards Committee on Agriculture (ISC A) under whose authority this Malaysian Standard was developed, comprises representatives from the following organisations: Department of Agriculture Malaysia Department of Fisheries Malaysia Department of Standards Malaysia Department of Veterinary Services Farmers Organization Authority Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority Federation of Livestock Farmers Association Forest Research Institute Malaysia Forestry Department Peninsula Malaysia Johor Fish Breeders Association Malaysia Fruit Exporters Association Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute Malaysian Agrifood Corporation Malaysian Association of Standards Users Malaysian Palm Oil Association Malaysian Rubber Board Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry of International Trade and Industry Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation Rubber Industry for Smallholder Development Authority SIRIM Berhad (Secretariat) Universiti Putra Malaysia The Working Group on Edible-birdnest Swiftlet Ranching which developed this Malaysian Standard consists of representatives from the following organisations: Department of Town Planning Melaka Department of Veterinary Services Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia Ministry of Housing and Local Government Mukah Bird’s Nest Merchants Association Sarawak Multiform Food Supply Co Sdn Bhd Perak Bird’s Nest Merchants Association Persatuan Pedagang Sarang Burung Negeri Kelantan Persatuan Pengusaha Sarang Burung Industri Negeri Johor Persatuan Pengusaha Sarang Burung Industri Negeri Perlis Persatuan Sarang Burung Negeri Sarawak Persekutuan Pedagang Sarang Burung Malaysia Persekutuan Pedagang Sarang Burung Terengganu Persekutuan Persatuan Pedagang Sarang Burung Malaysia Sarawak Birds’ Nest Supplier Association SIRIM Berhad (Environment and Bioprocess Technology Centre) SIRIM Berhad (Secretariat) Swiftlet Eco Park Group of Companies Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Veterinary Association of Malaysia ii © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved
  • 4. 10A005R0 FOREWORD This Malaysian Standard was developed by the Working Group on Ranching of Edible- birdnest Swiftlets established under the authority of the Industry Standards Committee on Agriculture. This standard cancels and replaces MS 2333:2010 (P), Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) - for processing raw-unclean and raw-clean edible-birdnest (EBN). Compliance with a Malaysian Standard does not of itself confer immunity from legal obligations. © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved iii
  • 5. 10A005R0 GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE (GMP) FOR PROCESSING RAW- UNCLEAN AND RAW-CLEAN EDIBLE-BIRDNEST (EBN) 1 Scope This Malaysian Standard provides a guideline for the EBN processors for the production of quality and safe EBN for human consumption. 1.1 This standard covers specification of raw-unclean EBN during sorting, grading and packaging of raw-unclean EBN. 1.2 This standard covers the production of raw-clean EBN from receiving of raw-unclean EBN which includes sorting, soaking, picking, removal of impurities, moulding, drying, grading and packaging of quality and safe raw-clean EBN. 2 Normative references The following normative references are indispensable for the application of this standard. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the normative reference (including any amendments) applies. MS 1514, Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) for food MS 2273 (P), Good Animal Husbandry Practice - Edible-birdnest swiftlet ranching and its premises Malaysian Food Act 1983 (Act 281) and Food Regulations 1985 Pesticides Act 1974 3 Definitions For the purposes of this standard, the following definitions apply. 3.1 cave edible-birdnest These are EBN produced by edible-birdnest swiftlets harvested from caves. 3.2 cleaning The removal of soil, grass, twigs, sticks, feathers, egg shells, dirt or other objectionable matter. 3.3 contaminant Any biological or chemical agent, foreign matter, or other substances not intentionally added to food which may compromise food safety or suitability. © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved 1
  • 6. 10A005R0 3.4 edible-birdnest (EBN) Produced by, edible-birdnest swiftlets from their salivary glands and this high value secretion is called edible-birdnest which is consumed or used by humans. 3.4.1 processed EBN Raw-clean EBN that has undergone processing for ready-to-use for further processing or preparation before consumption. 3.4.2 ranch EBN These nests are produced by edible-birdnest swiftlets in premises where the parameters are similar to the natural cave dwelling of edible-birdnest swiftlets. 3.4.3 raw-clean EBN EBN that has undergone cleaning processes such as sorting, soaking, picking of feathers and impurities, moulding, drying, grading and packing. 3.4.4 raw-unclean EBN EBN harvested from caves and ranches which may include sorting, drying, grading, trimming, weighing and packing without any cleaning process. 3.4.5 soaking EBN The process to wet or dampen to expand the raw-unclean EBN in order to facilitate in picking and separating the impurities such as feathers, grass, sand particles, twigs, cement, paint flakes, etc. from the raw-unclean EBN. 3.5 environmentally controlled Well ventilated room. 3.6 food hygiene All measures and conditions necessary to control hazards and to ensure safety and suitability of food for human consumption taking into account its intended use. 3.7 Good Husbandry Practice (GHP) A set of guidelines relating to the establishment of husbandry practices fro continuous improvement and sustainable production of safe quality food and non-food products while ensuring health, safety and comfort to both the operators and the birds, with no degradation to the environment. 3.8 Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) A set of regulations, codes and guidelines that control the operational conditions within a food establishment allowing for the production of safe food. 2 © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved
  • 7. 10A005R0 3.9 manufacturer Owner of processing plant. 4 Design and facilities 4.1 Location and registration The location and registration process is as follows: a) The establishment shall be registered and licenced by competent authorities. b) The processing plants should comply with MS 2273 (P) and gain approval from relevant authorities. 4.2 Design and layout of processing plant The design and layout of the processing plant are listed below: a) The processing plants should be designed to provide adequate space and in a manner to minimise contamination of the finished products. b) The flow of the raw material to finished product during processing should be unidirectional. c) The design should provide appropriate temperature conditions for the process and storage of the product. d) There shall be a complete separation between the clean and dirty area. e) The buildings and facilities should be designed to prevent the entrance and harbouring of pests as well as minimise the entry of environmental contamination such as smoke, dust, etc. f) Sites where activities such as sorting, storing, grading, trimming, weighing and packing of raw-unclean EBN are carried out, should be kept clean and also equipped with proper drainage. g) All rooms where raw-clean EBN that has undergone processing including moulding, drying, weighing, packing and storing should have: i) floors of durable, impervious, non-slip, so constructed and kept in such good conditions as to enable them to be cleaned and disinfected and to ensure satisfactory drainage. Drains in production rooms should be fitted with traps and gratings; ii) smooth interior wall surfaces which should be durable, so constructed and kept in such good conditions as to enable them to be cleaned and disinfected; iii) ceilings and, where there are no ceilings, the interior surfaces of roofs should be so constructed and finished as to minimise dust, mould development, flaking and lodged dirt and shall be kept in such good conditions as to enable them to be thoroughly cleaned; © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved 3
  • 8. 10A005R0 iv) adequate ventilation should be provided; v) adequate natural or artificial lighting, which does not distort colours capable of attaining an intensity within the range of 200 lux to 240 lux and at quality control (QC) inspection site at intensity of not less than 500 lux; vi) windows and other openings which should be so constructed as to avoid accumulation of dirt and those which open should be fitted with screens; vii) doors with smooth, durable surfaces and, where appropriate, be self-closing and close fitting; viii) stairs and other auxilliary structures which should be so situated and constructed as not to cause contamination to the products; and ix) water and waste water pipes should be separated in order to avoid cross contamination. h) Aisles or working space should be provided between equipment and walls and be adequately unobstructed and of adequate width to permit employees to perform their duties and to protect against contaminating food or food-contact surfaces with clothing or personal contact. 4.3 Equipment 4.3.1 All implements and equipment used in the raw-unclean EBN and raw-clean EBN process should be made of durable, impervious material, non-corrosive, non-toxic, non- carcinogenic and also facilitate cleaning and disinfection. 4.3.2 All equipment and utensils used in the preparation of processed raw-clean EBN activities are cleaned and disinfected as necessary during each working day and the end of each shift or each working day and before being used again if they have been contaminated. 4.4 Facilities 4.4.1 Water supply Sufficient potable water supply from an approved source should be available. Potable water shall be as specified as in Malaysian Food Act 1983 (Act 281) and Food Regulations 1985. Non-potable water (for use in, for example, fire control, steam production not in direct contact with food, refrigeration and other similar purposes where it would not contaminate food), shall have a separate system. Non-potable water systems shall be identified and shall not connect with, or allow reflux into, potable water systems. 4.4.2 Drainage and waste disposal Adequate drainage and waste disposal systems and facilities shall be provided. They should be designed and constructed so that the risk of contaminating EBN or the potable water supply is avoided. Drainage facilities are to be adequate for the purpose intended. They are to be designed and constructed to avoid the risk of contamination. Where drainage channels are fully or partially open, they are to be so designed as to ensure that waste does not flow from a contaminated 4 © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved
  • 9. 10A005R0 area towards or into a clean area, in particular an area where EBN is likely to present a high risk to the final consumer. 4.4.3 Facilities for cleaning premise and equipment Appropriate cleaning premise and equipment should be provided as listed below: a) adequate facilities, suitably designated, should be provided for cleaning utensils and equipment; b) chemicals used for the relevant activities should be of approved by the relevant authorities; and c) all detergents and disinfectants used in the premise are in such a manner as not to affect the wholesomeness of raw-clean and processed EBN intended for human consumption. 4.4.4 Personnel hygiene facilities Personnel hygiene facilities shall be available to ensure that an appropriate degree of personal hygiene can be maintained and to avoid contaminating food. Where appropriate, facilities should include: a) devices or fixtures, such as water control valves, so designed and constructed to protect against recontamination of clean, sanitised hands; b) suitable and adequately equipped changing rooms for workers from clean and dirty area workers; c) toilets should be well maintained and should not open directly into production area. They should: i) maintain the facilities in a sanitary condition; ii) keep the facilities in good repair at all times; iii) provide self-closing doors; and iv) provide doors that do not open into areas where EBN is exposed to airborne contamination, except where alternate means have been taken to protect against such contamination (such as double doors or positive airflow systems); and d) hand-washing facilities, which shall be adequate, easily accessible and be furnished with running water. Compliance with this requirement may be accomplished by providing: i) hand-washing and, where appropriate hand-sanitising facilities at each location in the establishment where good sanitary practices require employees to wash and/or sanitise their hands; ii) effective hand-cleaning and/or sanitising preparations; iii) suitable disposable towel; and iv) devices or fixtures, such as hands-free water taps, so designed and constructed to protect against recontamination of clean, sanitised hands. © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved 5
  • 10. 10A005R0 Such facilities should be suitably located, designated and maintained. 4.4.5 Ventilation and air quality Adequate means of natural or mechanical ventilation should be provided. Ventilation systems should be designed and constructed so that air does not flow from contaminated areas to clean areas and they can be adequately maintained and cleaned. 4.4.6 Lighting Adequate natural or artificial lighting should be made available, where distortion of colours is avoided and the intensity should range as in 4.2 g) v). Lighting fixtures should be protected to ensure that EBN is not contaminated by breakages. 5 Storage 5.1 General The general requirements for storage of finished products are listed below: a) Where necessary, adequate facilities for storage of finished products, incoming raw- unclean EBN materials, packaging materials and non-food chemical such as cleaning material and hazardous substances should be provided separately. b) All materials and products shall be stored at least 150 mm above floor on racks or shelves or pallets and shall have no contact with the wall. 5.1.1 Adequate controlled temperature for storage of raw-unclean, raw-clean and processed EBN is appropriately monitored. 5.1.2 Hazardous substances shall be stored under lock and key and used only for the intended purpose and dispensed and handled only by authorised and properly trained personnel. Log books shall be used for recording. 6 Control of operation EBN business operators should control food hazards in accordance to MS 1514 requirements including and not limiting to the following: a) identify raw materials and the process steps in their operations which are critical to the safety of food; b) implement effective control procedures at those steps; c) monitor control procedures to ensure their continuing effectiveness; and d) review control procedures periodically and whenever the operations change. Control procedures may be simple, e.g. unfinished processed EBN should be stored under appropriate temperatures as well as correct storing of processed raw-clean EBN and calibration of equipment. In some cases, a system based on expert advice and involving documentation, may be provided. 6 © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved
  • 11. 10A005R0 6.1 Key aspects of hygiene control systems 6.1.1 Time and temperature control Processing of raw-clean EBN shall be carried out in an environment control room. 6.1.2 Contaminant control (biological, chemical, physical) The premises and operations shall be free from contamination through the following precautionary measures: a) Process system should be planned to prevent any possibilities of cross-contamination between raw-unclean, raw-clean and processed EBN. b) During processing activity, water and towels should be frequently replaced. 6.1.3 Raw materials 6.1.3.1 Raw-unclean EBN Raw-unclean EBN should comply to the following: a) Raw-unclean EBN to be used in the production of raw-clean EBN shall be from: i) cave or ranch EBN; and ii) other countries which shall comply to the import requirement by competent authority and indicating the country of origin. b) Any raw-unclean EBN received should be recorded. 6.1.3.2 Packaging material The packaging materials should adhere to the following guidelines: a) Packaging materials should be non-toxic or non-carcinogenic and those in direct contact with the raw-clean EBN should be of food grade. b) Packaging materials should be stored in dry and hygienic conditions. 6.1.4 Processing 6.1.4.1 General Cleanliness and hygienic practices should be maintained throughout the premises and in particular, the operation of the premises should be conducted in such a manner as to ensure that: a) processing should be supervised by competent personnel; b) the site and plant should be used for the purpose of preparation raw-clean EBN only; © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved 7
  • 12. 10A005R0 c) containers used during processing of raw-clean EBN should be placed or handled as not to come in direct contact with the floor or grounds which might cause contamination; d) every container used in processing of raw-clean EBN and raw-unclean EBN shall be thoroughly cleaned before being used again; e) all materials and equipment for maintenance and cleaning, when not in use, should be kept in rooms provided for the purpose; f) working table shall be made from non-toxic, non-corrosive impervious and easy-to-clean materials; and g) sites for processing of raw-clean EBN shall be carried out in an environment control room, well ventilated and lighting intensity according to 4.2 g) v). 6.1.5 Receiving of raw materials Receiving of raw material should follow the process requirement as in 5.1 a). 6.1.6 Sorting The raw-unclean EBN will undergo sorting and grading according to the shape, size, colour and impurities content. 6.1.7 Soaking and picking The raw-unclean EBN is further cleaned as follows: a) Skilled and well trained workers shall be employed to pick and separate the impurities. b) The raw-unclean EBN undergoes soaking by spraying with potable water followed by picking impurities or immersing in the potable water and followed by sieving to clean and separate the small feathers. Using of bleaching agents and preservatives shall be according to Malaysian Food Act 1983 (Act 281) and Food Regulations 1985. 6.1.8 Moulding The raw-clean EBN goes through the moulding process as follows: a) Moulding process shall be carried out in a separate working area that is environmentally controlled, well lighted and ventilated. b) Implements and equipment used for the purpose of moulding should be as stated in Clause 4. c) During the moulding process, raw-clean EBN are moulded as per required. 6.1.9 Drying Raw-clean EBN is dried as follows: a) The drying process for raw-clean EBN may be carried out in the environment controlled drying equipment or area at an advisable temperature of not more than 60 ºC. 8 © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved
  • 13. 10A005R0 b) Drying activities should be done in confined dust free area. 6.1.10 Packaging and weighing Packaging should be done in hygienic area designated for packaging. Grading may be carried out before packaging. Where applicable, the raw-clean EBN should be labelled in accordance to the Malaysian Food Act 1983 and Food Regulations 1985. 6.1.11 Records and documents Records including raw materials, processing, chemicals, storage and distribution should be maintained and made available for auditing purposes. 6.1.12 Distribution Raw-unclean EBN and finished raw-clean EBN product shall be distributed in suitable clean containers. 6.1.13 Traceability Material Safety Data Sheet or information such as the date of production, batch number, source of raw-unclean EBN, name and address of processor and expiry date shall be provided for traceability purpose. 6.1.14 Marking Marking or information such as date of production, batch number, source of raw-unclean EBN, name and address of processor shall be incorporated into the label. 7 Product safety control procedures The process for EBN production shall follow safety procedures as follows: a) Processors shall comply to product safety control in accordance to the Malaysian Food Act 1983 and Food Regulation 1985. b) Tests for product safety shall be required as follows: i) microbiology [Total Plate Count (TPC)], yeast and mold, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella sp. E. coli, Coliform count; and ii) heavy metal test (arsenic, lead, mercury, cadmium). d) Test for product safety may be required by competent authority as follows: i) additive; ii) chemical; © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved 9
  • 14. 10A005R0 iii) preservative; iv) moisture test; and v) authenticity. 8 Maintenance and cleaning The premises where EBN is processed and stored should be maintained as follows: a) The premise, equipment, implements and all other physical facilities of premise including drains, shall be maintained in good repair and in orderly condition. b) Cleaning procedure and maintenance of premise facilities and equipment shall be documented and maintained. c) Cleaning and disinfection schedule should be drawn up for each premise to ensure that all areas appropriately cleaned. All cleaning personnel shall be well trained in cleaning techniques and hygienic practices. 9 Pest control Pest infestations and preventive measures should be taken as follows: a) There shall be an effective and continuous programme for the control of pests. b) Premises and surrounding areas should be regularly examined for evidence of infestation. c) Pesticides used shall be in accordance with the Pesticide Act 1974. d) Doors and windows should be close fitting and opening windows should be screened where appropriate. 10 Personnel hygiene Persons engaged in the handling of raw-unclean and raw-clean EBN should: a) wear clean working clothes, footwear, headgear which are washable or disposable; b) wash and disinfect hands each time work is started and resumed and whenever their hands have been soiled and particularly after using a water closet; and c) wear disposable gloves during picking, moulding, packaging raw-clean EBN. Disposable gloves should be regularly replaced in the course of a working day and adhere to the following practices: i) persons engaged in the handling of raw-unclean EBN should not handle any raw- clean EBN where contamination of the cleaned processed EBN products could occur; 10 © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved
  • 15. 10A005R0 ii) no person may eat, drink, chew or smoke in any room during EBN processing, sorting, packing, storing operations or in any part of the processing; iii) no person suffering from or known to be a carrier of a disease transmissible by food may work in the premises, with products or other ingredients which are liable to cause contamination of the EBN, processed EBN or other ingredients; iv) no person may work in the premises if concurrently undertaking any other activity which may involve any risk of contamination of the EBN, process EBN or other ingredients; and v) no person may handle EBN, process EBN or other ingredients if he or she has any sore, cut or abrasion unless it is not purulent and is effectively covered with a waterproof dressing. Other forms of dressing and bandages should not be worn under any circumstances or for any purpose whatsoever. 11 Training Managers of the premises should arrange for adequate and continuous training of all food handlers in hygienic handling of food and in personal hygiene so that they understand the precautions necessary to prevent contamination of food. 12 Legal requirements The product in all other aspects shall comply with the requirements of the legislations currently in force in Malaysia. . © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved 11
  • 16. Acknowledgements Members of Industry Standards Committee on Agriculture Mr Chan Han Hee (Chairman) Malaysian Agrifood Corporation Ms Maria Christina Stephensons (Secretary) SIRIM Berhad Ms Norma Othman/ Ms Siti Saudah Department of Agriculture Malaysia Mr Ismail Abu Hassan/Mr Ahmad Hazizi Aziz Department of Fisheries Malaysia Ms Siti Raikhan Aina Bogal Department of Standards Malaysia Dr Mohamad Razli B Abdul Razak/Dr Haji Muhmad Department of Veterinary Services Kamarulzaman Haji Muhmad Sarif Tuan Haji Mohd Salim B Haji Taha/ Farmers Organization Authority Tuan Haji Mohd Rashid B Awang Mr Ishak Abbas Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority Dr Ong Hwee Keng Federation of Livestock Farmers Association Dr Hashim Mohd Noor Forest Research Institute Malaysia Mr Rusli Hj Tahir Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia Mr Cheah Wan Leong/Mr Martin Ng Johor Fish Breeders Association Mr Ricky Yong/Mr S H Lim Malaysia Fruit Exporters Association Dr A Sivapragasam/ Malaysian Agricultural Research and Dr Mohamad Roff Mohd Noor Development Institute Ms Annie Mitin/ Ms Mohana Priya Malaysian Association of Standards Users Mr Ong Kim Pin/Mr Chew Jit Seng Malaysian Palm Oil Association Dr. Masahuling B Benong/ Malaysian Rubber Board Dr Mohd Nasaruddin Mohd Aris Dr. Hanisah bt Hussin/Ms Syahrizad bt Mahpar Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Mr Syahril Syazil Ghazali/Ms Salizan Abdul Aziz Ministry of International Trade and Industry Encik Syamsul Erwin Muhamad Lagis/ Ministry of Plantation Industries and Mr Mohd Abdul Kadir Darail Commodities Prof Dr Rofina Yasmin Othman/Mr Hamidun Jalil Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation Mr Mohammad Puat Yahaya/Mr Zainee Yahya Rubber Industry for Smallholder Development Authority Associate Prof Dr Mohd Said Saad/ Universiti Putra Malaysia Associate Prof Dr Abdul Shukor Juraimi Members of Working Group on Edible-Birdnest Swiftlets Ranching Dr Fadzilah A’ini Abdul Kadir (Chairman) Department of Veterinary Services Ms Maria Christina Stephensons (Secretary) SIRIM Berhad Mr Suhaimi Sarpan/Mr Haslan Hamzah Department of Town Planning Melaka Dr Zurina Ramli/Dr Yahasmida Yaacob/ Department of Veterinary Services Dr Zaliha Abdullah/Hjh Azizon Abdullah Mr Azman Hj Othman Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia Ir Fong Tian Yong Ministry of Housing and Local Government Dr Alex Sim/Mr Tiong Sui Jin Mukah Bird’s Nest Merchants Association Sarawak Mr Chen Vun Wo Multiform Food Supply Co Sdn Bhd Mr Tan Yoke Tian Perak Bird’s Nest Merchants Association Mr Ooi Siong Hwa Persatuan Pedagang Sarang Burung Negeri Kelantan © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved
  • 17. Acknowledgements (continued) Mr Ooi Siong Hwa Persatuan Pedagang Sarang Burung Negeri Kelantan Dr Tan Boon Siong Persatuan Pengusaha Sarang Burung Industri Negeri Johor Mr Mah Swee Lye Persatuan Pengusaha Sarang Burung Industri Negeri Selangor Dato’ Tok Teng Sai Persekutuan Pengusaha Pedagang Sarang Burung Terengganu Dato’ Beh Heng Seong/Mr Ku Teng Choon Persekutuan Persatuan Pedagang Sarang Burung Malaysia Mr Jesse Tang Yu Hang Sarawak Birds’ Nest Supplier Association Ms S Thavamanithevi/Ms Sarifah Rejab SIRIM Berhad (Environment and Bioprocess Technology Centre) Dato’ Seri Dr Abdullah Fadzil Che Wan/ Swiftlet Eco Park Group of Companies Mr Loke Yeu Loong Mr Lee Ting Hun Universiti Teknologi Malaysia © STANDARDS MALAYSIA 2010 – All rights reserved

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