INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ENGINEERING AND FOOD (Athens - Greece) - MAI 2011 - Au sommaire: MFS194 Meta-analysis for Quantitative Microbiological Risk Assessment. IOSR JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, TOXICOLOGY AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY - MARS 2014 - Microbiological Quality of Ready-To-Eat Foods. Procedia Food Science Volume 5, 2015, Pages 109–112 The Microbiological Status of Carcasses of Goats Slaughtered in an Inadequate Facility ☆ Volume 5, 2015, Pages 109–112 The 58th International Meat Industry Conference (MeatCon2015) Edited By Ivan Nastasijevic, Reinhard Fries and Sheryl Avery Abstract The microbiological contamination of goat carcasses slaughtered on a slaughter line under controlled conditions and in inadequate facilities was measured by determining the total number of aerobic mesophilic bacteria, Enterobacteriaceae and Salmonella spp.
Wet swabs were taken from the carcasses of goats (in slaughterhouses n = 115 and in inadequate facilities n = 80). Keywords goats; slaughterhouse hygiene; TMC; Enterobacteriaceae; Salmonella spp. References S. NEWFOOD 18/12/14 Microbiological criteria and testing: Dos and don’ts. You are here: Home » Microbiological criteria and testing: Dos and don’ts Publication date: 18 December 2014Author: François Bourdichon, Corporate Food Safety, Microbiology and Hygiene Manager, Barry Callebaut Following the food scandals of the late-1980s and early-1990s, and the increasing knowledge on foodborne and waterborne pathogen, the Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPS) was put in place in 1995 to set the framework of all measures taken by a World Trade Organisation (WTO) member to protect human, animal or plant life or health within its territory from certain risks, and which may affect international trade.
These measures that WTO members apply, are classified as sanitary (relating to human or animal life or health) or phytosanitary (relating to plant life or health). The SPS agreement requires WTO members to base their SPS measures on a risk assessment, in order to achieve their expected Appropriate Level of Protection (ALOP). Food Microbiology Volume 46, April 2015, FISHing for bacteria in food – A promising tool for the reliable detection of pathogenic bacteria?
Open Access Highlights Current detection methods of foodborne pathogenic bacteria have limitations.
FISH represents a promising alternative to established techniques. FISH is a suitable tool for the specific and reliable detection of bacteria in food. Automation, standardization and validation of FISH are future challenges. Abstract Foodborne pathogens cause millions of infections every year and are responsible for considerable economic losses worldwide. Keywords Fluorescence in situ hybridization; Foodborne illnesses; Food safety; Ribosomal RNA; Rapid detection methods 1. Zoonotic infections due to the consumption of contaminated food are still a global public health concern.
The threat posed by foodborne pathogens can be monitored by a range of different detection methods. FOOD CONTROL - 2009 - Relating Microbiological Criteria to Food Safety Objectives and Performance Objectives. Food Control Volume 58, December 2015 Establishment of good hygiene practice-based microbiological criteria in food industries: Guidelines using an example for meat preparations. Food Control Volume 58, December 2015, Pages 29–32 A risk-based microbiological criterion that uses the relative risk as the critical limit.
Volume 58, December 2015, Pages 29–32 Development of Microbiological Criteria for Food Edited By Marisa Caipo, Sarah Cahill, Mina Kojima, Verna Carolissen and Annamaria Bruno a National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, Mørkhøj Bygade 19, DK-2860 Søborg, Denmarkb Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Grønnegårdsvej 15, 1870 Frederiksberg C, Denmarkc Universidade Federal Fluminense, Vital Brazil 64, Niterói, Brazil Received 30 December 2013, Revised 28 February 2015, Accepted 17 April 2015, Available online 25 April 2015 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.foodcont.2015.04.011 Get rights and content Highlights A microbiological criterion can be based on a critical relative risk.
The criterion requires a quantitative risk assessment model and a baseline data set. The method is particularly applicable for highly prevalent pathogens. Abstract. FOOD CONTROL - 2016 - Relevance of microbial finished product testing in food safety management. National Research Council (US) - 1985 - An Evaluation of the Role of Microbiological Criteria for Foods and Food Ingredients. Development of microbiological criteria to assess the acceptability of a food lot – An example for milk powder. A U.S.
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Bulletin UASVM Agriculture, 67(2)/2010 Comparative Studies Concerning Microbial Quality of Ecological and Conventional Milk. Comparative Studies Concerning Microbial Quality of Ecological and Conventional Milk Carmen LAZAR, Ancuta Mihaela ROTAR, Sorin APOSTU, Georgiana BUZGAU Abstract The quality and safety of grocery became a consumers right that affects directly the quality of life.
Thus, the issues referring to the safety of grocery is in the center of attention of the institutions created for protecting the customers best interests. The bio milk can be defined as milk with zero quality defects. Keywords. BULLETIN OF THE INTERNATIONAL DAIRY FEDERATION - 2012 - Safety demonstration of microbial food cultures (MFC) in fermented food. 1st open seminar arranged by SAFOODNET - JANV 2007 - MICROBIAL CONTAMINANTS & CONTAMINATION ROUTES IN FOOD INDUSTRY.
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