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  • Australian Meat Industry Classification System Australian Meat Industry Classification System

    Australian Meat Industry Classification System Contains the AUS-MEAT Language, Chiller Assessment Language, Labelling and the AUS-MEAT Register of Cuts & Items. The AUS-MEAT Language is a common language which uses objective descriptions to describe meat products accurately to meet market requirements both nationally and internationally. Only available within Australia* *Orders placed outside Australia will not be shipped



  • National Accreditation Standards National Accreditation Standards

    National Accreditation Standards The National Accreditation Standards are the Australian meat industry standards for Abattoirs, Boning Rooms, NPE's Further Processors and other Accredited Enterprises. These Standards provide the minimum requirements for AUS-MEAT Accreditation. Only available within Australia* *Orders placed outside Australia will not be shipped.



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  • Eye Muscle Area Grid Eye Muscle Area Grid

    Use the AUS-MEAT E.M.A. Grid to calculate Eye Muscle Area at the assessment site.



  • Handbook of Australian Meat 7th Edition 2005 Handbook of Australian Meat 7th Edition 2005 "International Red Meat Manual" - Book

    Handbook of meat images for Beef / Veal / Sheepmeat / Goatmeat primal cuts and detailed specifications. This unique Australian meat publication is designed to assist suppliers and buyers to accurately specify exact specification requirements.



  • Users Guide to Australian Meat Users Guide to Australian Meat

    This guide provides detailed references to meat specification, trading language, MSA meat grading programs, meat quality, technical criteria, meat yields/weight range guide and colour images of Beef/Veal/Lamb-Sheep/Goat primal and sub primal cut items. Only available within Australia* *Orders placed outside Australia will not be shipped.



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