4 edition of Elimination of pathogenic organisms from meat and poultry found in the catalog.
Elimination of pathogenic organisms from meat and poultry
International Symposium: Prevention of Contamination and Decontamination in the Meat Industry (1986 Zeist, Netherlands)
by Elsevier, Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, NY
Written in English
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Frans J.M. Smulders.|
|Contributions||Smulders, Frans J. M.|
|LC Classifications||QR117 .I58 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||87013662|
The objective of every meat and poultry processor is to eliminate pathogenic bacteria on products before they reach the consumer. The National Antibiotic Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS) also shows that the bacteria found on some raw meat and poultry are declining in the wake of changes in meat and poultry production practices. In the FDA approved the use of low-dose ionizing radiation to eliminate pathogens in red meat. This food processing technology can improve the safety of food and extend the shelf life of certain foods by eliminating pathogenic bacteria, parasites, and other microorganisms that cause food-borne disease. Currently, forty-two countries practice some form of food irradiation.
A study was conducted to evaluate the risk of Salmonella contamination and its survival at different stages in chill ready-to-eat poultry meat products chain. Samples (n = ) were collected and examined for the presence of Salmonella bacteria were initially identified against polyvalent antisera “O” and “H”, followed by confirmation with 16 s rDNA. The pathogens and spoilage microorganisms encountered in the meat and poultry processing and distribution environment are pH-sensitive; thus, this change in pH impairs or stops growth.
In fact, poultry represents the single most important food source of Salmonella (2, 3) and C. jejuni (4, 5). In addition to general hygienic practice, the use of chemicals as decontaminating agents for reduction or elimination of spoilage and pathogenic organisms from poultry meat and for extension of shelf life had been reported. different aspects of a meat or poultry establishment’s hazard analyses and support for the hazard analyses decisions when they perform the Hazard Analysis Verification (HAV) task in accordance with FSIS Directive , Performance of the Hazard Analysis Verification (HAV) Task.
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Risks of pathogens in meat and poultry causing human gastro-enteritis. Writting a book on the shadow side of organizational development Elimination of pathogenic organisms from meat and.
Mead, G.O. and Impey, C.S. () The Present Status of the Nurmi Concept for Reducing Carriage of Food-Poisoning Salmonellae and Other Pathogens in Live Poultry. In Smulders, F.J.M., Ed., Elimination of Pathogenic Organisms from Meat & Poultry, Elsevier, Clermont Ferrand.
in Elimination of Pathogenic Organisms From Meat and Poultry(Smulders. France F.J.M., ed.), pp,Elsevier Trends in Food Science & Technology July [Vol. 81 Recommended articles Citing articles (0)Cited by: As on any perishable meat, fish or poultry, bacteria can be found on raw or undercooked chicken.
They multiply rapidly at temperatures between 40 °F and °F ( °C and 60 °C) -- out of refrigeration and before thorough cooking occurs. Freezing doesn’t kill bacteria but they are destroyed by thorough cooking.
Raw meat, including poultry meat, can be contaminated by the animal’s faeces, and any bacterial pathogens these may contain, during the slaughtering and subsequent processes. Preventing dirty animals (with excessive faecal/mud soiling of the hide) entering the abattoir is an important first stage in reducing contamination which, together with.
Many pathogenic organisms show up in raw or undercooked meat, poultry, seafood, milk, and eggs, as well as fruits and vegetables. Keeping those foods properly chilled will slow the growth of bacteria. List important pathogens of concern in meat and poultry products.
Describe sources of microbes in meat and poultry products. Explain fundamental methods of controlling microbial contamination of meat and poultry. Introduction. Microbiology is a specialized area of biology dealing with organisms.
he following is a list of pathogens and infectious agents of public health concern. his list is not exhaustive, but contains most of the foodborne pathogens that afect meat, poultry, and processed egg products.
V Bacteria } Bacillus cereus (B. cereus) } Brucella. species (Brucella. spp) } Campylobacter. spp } Clostridium botulinum (C. Bacteria: Potential biological hazards in meat and poultry include bacteria, toxins, viruses, protozoa, and parasites. Of the microbiological hazards, the most important are bacteria.
Bacteria cause a large proportion (approximately 90%) of all foodborne illnesses. Bacteria that cause human illness, including disease, are termed pathogenic.
kinds of potential spoilage organisms are present and will be able to grow if favourable conditions present themselves . The present study is an attempt to study the microbial contaminants of meat sold in market places in and around Chennai city. MATERIALS AND METHODS Sample Collection: A total of 20 samples each of raw poultry meat.
The microbiological condition of fresh raw meat of local market of Dharan can be assumed to be heavily contaminated with spoilage and pathogenic organisms.
In the case of coliforms, the lowest TCC was found in pork meat ( ± CFU/g) and the highest coliform count was found in chicken meat ( ± CFU/g). Contents 1 Overview 3 Background Mechanisms of disease emergence 8 New and emerging foodborne pathogens 11 17 Major meat- and poultry-associated pathogens with emerging strains Campylobacter 17 Shiga toxin-producing E.
coli (STEC) 20 Antimicrobial-resistant non-STEC E. coli 24 Listeria monocytogenes 29 Non-typhoidal Salmonella 30 Toxoplasma gondii elimination of pathogens 1. Proper cleaning of meat and poultry processing plants: 1. Pick up large pieces of extraneous material and transfer it to trash cans 2.
Cover all electrical connections pathogenic bacteria from equipment to food products. Smulders, F.J.M., (ed.) () Elimination of Pathogenic Organisms from Meat and Poultry, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Prevention of Contamination and Decontamination in the Meat Industry, Zeist, The Netherlands, 2–4 JuneElsevier, Amsterdam.
Google Scholar. Mead G C, Impey C S. The present status of the Nurmi concept for reducing carriage of food-poisoning salmonellae and other pathogens in live poultry. In: Smulders F J M, editor. Elimination of pathogenic organisms from meat and poultry.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.; pp. 57– The most frequently notified pathogenic microorganisms in the RASFF in – were Salmonella sp., Listeria, Escherichia and Vibrio, whereas, among the notified non-pathogenic microorganisms were unspecified microorganisms, Enterobacteriaceae, Salmonella sp.
and Coliforms. Microorganisms were reported mainly in poultry meat, meat, fish, molluscs, crustaceans, fruits. Salmonella, a food-borne pathogen, has a recurrent incidence in meat and poultry products.
Currently, cases of salmonellosis represent very important economic losses in many countries. An alternative for the prevention of Salmonella outbreaks due to consumption of meat and poultry products, are organic acids (acetic, citric, lactic, malic, propionic, and tartaric among others).
The emergence of multidrug-resistant infections and antibiotic failures have raised concerns over human and veterinary medicine worldwide. Poultry production has had to confront the problems of an alarming increase in bacterial resistance, including zoonotic pathogens.
According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), campylobacteriosis and salmonellosis have been the most frequently. But now Norwegian firm DECON SFS believes it has manufactured a decontamination unit that can remove more than 99% of pathogenic bacteria during poultry meat slaughtering and processing.
And the results have been so successful that the company has garnered backing from the European Commission’s Horizon fund through grant support.Per-Square-Foot Flat Rates for Floor-Raised Poultry. Introduction. When a poultry facility becomes infected with avian influenza, virus elimination (VE) is a crucial step in the recovery process.
The cleaning and disinfection practices used to achieve virus elimination should be cost-effective (APHIS Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Red Book).