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MODEL PENGEMBANGAN AGROINDUSTRI PERIKANAN BERBASIS PARTISIPASI MASYARAKAT : STUDI KASUS DAERAH CILACAP-JAWA TENGAH Y.A. Budhi Jatmiko; John Haluan; Mita Wahyuni; Hartrisari Hardjomidjojo
Buletin PSP Vol. 16 No. 2 (2007): Buletin PSP
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Model of the development of Fishery agro industry base on the society participation addressed to increase regional economics. Criteria of development agro industry besides relied on criteria of legibility financial, but is also relied on a real circumstance is the area. Model develop builded consisted of three sub model that is pre-eminent commodity election, pre-eminent product election and election analyze the financial. Pre-Eminent commodity selected by pursuant to economic value and sum up the commodity which not yet been permeated by industry. Superlative product determined by pursuant to real circumstance is area so that only need a few/little socialization touch and innovate especially from technological facet. criteria of Legibility financial used by Net Present Value ( NPV), Pay Back Period ( PBP) And Benefit Cost Ratio ( B / C Ratio). For the area of Cilacap, alternative of development of agro industry fishery base on the society involvement fish jelly product. Strategy of operational of development of agro industry fishery base on the society participation divided into three phases, that are early stage development, phase of growth and phase of maturation agro industry.
Financial Analysis of Surimi Processing by Modern and Semi-Modern Scale Nazori Djazuli; Mita Wahyuni; Daniel Monintja; Ari Purbayanto
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12 No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
Publisher : Masyarakat Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia (MPHPI)

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Development of surimi processing in the industry regions which have huge potential of rawmaterial, can be done through aiming at the business feasibility existed either by modern surimi processingbusiness as weel as semi modern. In general, theaim of this research is to analyze the feasibility business ofsurimi processing either by modern surimi processing business or semi modern. Sampling of surimiprocessing business for modern surimi processing was located in Pekalongan, Central Java Province andsemi modern surimi processing was located in Pulau Moro, Riau Island Province. Data collection was doneby questionnaire and interview to stakeholders of surimi processing industry. Method of analysis wascarried out by using criteria of financial feasibility i.e. Payback Period (PB), Net Present Value (NPV),Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Profitable Index (PI), Net B/C, and Break Event Point (BEP). Result ofresearch showed that surimi processing business either by modern surimi processing business or semimodern is feasible shown from (1) Value of NPV for PT. A is Rp.22,647,400,670 and PT.B isRp.29,866,797,485 for 10 years, (2) Value of IRR at surimi business in PT.A is 49.28% and PT.B is56.11%, (3) PT. A needs 2 years 1 month and 6 days to return the investment that has been invested insurimi processing, meanwhile PT.B needs 1 year 10 months and 6 days, (4) Value of profitability indexPT.A is 2.43 and PT.B is 2.78, and (5) figure of Net B/C Ratio PT.A is 1.89, and PT.B has figure of NetB/C Ratio 1.58.Keywords : financial feasibility, surimi product
Modification Technology of Surimi Processing through Utilization “By-Catch” of Shrimp Net in Arafura Sea Nazori Djazuli; Mita Wahyuni; Daniel Monintja; Ari Purbayanto
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12 No 1 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
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Utilization of shrimp net in Arafura Sea produced by–catch with average ratio 1:12 between main capture and by–catch. The low economic value, unavailability of suitable processing technology, and constraint in management by–catch lead to discharge the majority of by-catch to the sea. The aims of this research were to analyze the availibility of raw material of surimi from by–catch of shrimp net in Arafura Sea and modified processing technology from mixture of fish species by prepared minced fish in vessel and surimi processing of mixture fish  species in land and followed by quality assessment of surimi. Result of the research showed that number of 502 vessels operated – mostly by–catch – per vessel unit per year was 795 metric ton, therefore the estimation of volume of by–catch per year in Arafura was 399,000 metric ton. Fish species of by-catch that suitable processed into surimi was 32% or 128 metric  ton/year or equivalent to 41,000 metric ton of surimi per year. Result of cut off technology analysis showed that frozen minced fish could be stored for 5 weeks at –18oC which constantly produced good surimi (folding test: A, teeth cutting test:7 and gel strength > 500 g/cm2). Producing “minced fish” in fishing vessels would decrease weight to 60% and volume fourfold compose to whole fish without decreasing the quality of surimi produced.Keywords : by–catch, minced fish, non economic fish, surimi, quality of surimi.
Residual Catalatic Activity: a Rapid Screening Tool to Verify Cooking Temperature of Fish and Shellfish Meats Musleh Uddin; Emiko Okazaki; Mita Wahyuni; Munehiko Tanaka
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 8 No 2 (2005): Buletin Teknologi Hasil Perikanan
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Inadequate cooking and improper holding times of processed foods are common causes of food-borne disease outbreaks, therefore, proper cooking is necessary to keep them sate for consumers. Residual catalytic activity test was employed to verify cooking adequacy of fish and shellfish meats between 60 and 90 `C with 5, 15 and 30 min holding times. The catalytic activity defined as the decomposition of H2O2 into H202 and O2, The enzyme catalase retained its full activity up to 66 0C in both fish and shellfish meats. This sensitive test was able to detect cooking temperatures of fish and shellfish meats up to 74 and 72 oC respectively, which are the recommended safe temperatures (USDA-FSIS, 2001). The method provides a rapid and simple means for verifving adequacy of heat-processing of fish and shellfish meats.Key words:. catalatic activity, cooking adequacy. Fish. shellfish
KEBIJAKAN KEAMANAN PANGAN PRODUK PERIKANAN: FAKTOR-FAKTOR PENYEBAB PENGGUNAAN FORMALIN OLEH PENGOLAH IKAN TRADISIONAL : STUDI KASUS PANTAI UTARA JAWA BARAT, DKI JAKARTA, DAN BANTEN Aef Permadi; Mita Wahyuni; Daniel R. Monintja; Sunarya Sunarya; Agus Heri Purnomo
Buletin PSP Vol. 16 No. 2 (2007): Buletin PSP
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Fish products (processed and iced) in the domestic market have been contaminated by formalin that caused by misuse of formalin in processing or handling practice of fish product. This fact clearly is threatening to public health. Therefore development of policy on preventive use of formalin is needed. The objective of the research is to find determining factors of formalin misuse by traditional fish processors. The result of this research is expected to lead to formulation of an effective appropiate policy, not only for preventing the use of formalin but also many other unhealthy processing practices. The research was conducted within the periode of March 2005 to Mei 2006 at Cirebon, Indramayu, Subang, Karawang, Jakarta, and Tangerang. Proportionate random sampling was used to allocate sampling points. Data analysis was conducted using Factor Analysis. The results show that there are 13 factors which fall into 2 principle components. There are 9 variables in the 1st principle component i.e., law enforcement, economic, formalin price, friend’s influence, monitoring, guidance, consumer, distribution of formalin, and religion. Meanwhile, there are 4 variables in the 2nd principle component i.e., storage life, quality, yield, and alternative technology
Perbaikan Nilai Tambah Limbah Tulang Ikan Tuna (Thunnus sp) menjadi Gelatin serta Analisis Fisika-Kimia Mala Nurilmala; Mita Wahyuni; Heidi Wiratmaja
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 9 No 2 (2006): Buletin Teknologi Hasil Perikanan
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Tulang ikan tuna (Thunnus sp.) merupakan limbah yang belum termanfaatkan dengan baik dan didalamnya mengandung kolagen sehingga dapat dibuat gelatin. Pembuatan gelatin dari tulang ikan tuna dilakukan dengan metode asam klorida. Konsentrasi asam klorida yang digunakan berkisar antara 4 %-6 % v/v dengan lama perendaman 2 hari. Ekstraksi gelatin dilakukan dengan suhu berkisar antara 80-90 oC. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah mempelajari pembuatan gelatin dari tulang ikan tuna menggunakan asam klorida serta menganalisis sifat fisika kimia gelatin yang dihasilkan. Perlakuan terpilih adalah kombinasi konsentrasi HCl 6% dengan suhu ekstraksi 80oC. Kadar air gelatin tulang ikan tuna adalah 6,54 %, abu 1,93 %, lemak 0,42 % dan protein 91,01 %. Titik gel gelatin tulang ikan tuna adalah pada suhu 7,61 oC, titik leleh 19,84 oC, titik isoelektrik pada pH 7, derajat putih 10,7 % dan asam amino glisin merupakan asam amino yang utama pada gelatin tulang ikan tuna.Kata kunci : gelatin, ikan tuna, limbah, tulang