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What are the disadvantages of drying fish?

Asked: craig, Last Updated:

Dehydrated product have comparatively long shelf-life than sun dried product....

  • Low or poor quality raw materials (fish) are used.
  • Inadequate washing and dressing of raw materials.
  • Place of dressing, drying is not hygienic and also people associated with this process used unclean intensives.

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