Fiheries products that will be exported or marketed domestically, must have the specified food safety criteria. One of the criteria that the products is safe to be marketed and consumed is free from the presence of pathogenic bacteria. One of the common pathogenic bacteria found in food is Vibrio cholerae. The purpose of this research aims to examine, isolate and confirm the presence of dangerous pathogenic bacteria V. cholerae which shouldn’t exist in fisheries products with sample Frozen cuttle fish, frozen baby octopus small cut and Pasteurized crab meat. This research was held from July-August 2018 at Cirebon Test and Application of Fishery Products Technical Unit Agency. Data is collected through direct observation or testing in a microbiology laboratory with conventional methods using special media for V. cholerae such as Alkaline Peptone Water (APW) and Thiosulfate Citrate Bile Salts Sucrose (TCBS). The testing is qualitative, so the results obtained are either positive or negative. The results of the research showed that there’s no pathogenic bacteria V. cholerae were found in tested fisheries products so that they were safe to consume and satisfied the standards to be marketed.
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