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Archived - Chapter 4 - Meat Processing Controls and Procedures
4.6 Edible Rendering

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Edible rendering is the heat treatment of edible animal tissues to extract fats and oils. The standards for lard, shortening and tallow are listed in Schedule I of the Meat Inspection Regulations, 1990. The operator must demonstrate compliance of the final product to Schedule I of the MIR.

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