IMPS 500--CURED, CURED AND SMOKED, AND 3 EFFECTIVE DATE: JANUARY 1992 FULLY-COOKED PORK PRODUCTS INSTITUTIONAL MEAT PURCHASE SPECIFICATIONS FOR CURED, CURED AND SMOKED, AND FULLY-COOKED PORK PRODUCTS SERIES 500 The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) through its Agricultural Marketing ...
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ANSI-3994-4 Partial List of Regulated Substances for Cured Pork and Beef Cuts Ingredient Use Added Water 10 percent in cured smoked hams Ascorbic Acid or 75.0 oz. to 100 gallon Erythorbic Acid pickle (10 percent pump level) Sodium Ascorbate or 87.5 oz. to 100 gallon Erythorbate pickle (10 percent pump level) ...
If cured meats are to be frozen, the best grade of freezer wrapping paper available should be used to wrap the product. The "drugstore" wrap is a possible way to protect cured meat, but other methods that do not trap the air inside the finished package are satisfactory.
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