2 edition of Generic HACCP model for irradiated, raw meat and poultry products. found in the catalog.
Generic HACCP model for irradiated, raw meat and poultry products.
by United States Dept. of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Series||HACCP -- 8|
|Contributions||United States. Food Safety and Inspection Service.|
|LC Classifications||TP371.8 .G46 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||2008397708|
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(Growth) Raw meat/poultry is known source of pathogens. Growth may occur if product exposed for an excessive time to a temperature that allows pathogen growth. Potential pathogen growth during this step, and any of steps 5,6,8,9, or 10 done before it, is controlled by monitoring time, product temperature, and, in some situations, room temperature. Food manufacturers in the United States are currently allowed to irradiate raw meat and poultry to control microbial pathogens and began marketing irradiated beef products in mid
1. Brief background of HACCP Since the Federal Meat Inspection Act of and the Poultry Product Inspection Act of , meat and poultry manufacturers have been directly charged with producing safe, wholesome, and unadulterated foods. As a whole, the U.S. food industry has done an excellent job of maintaining the safety of its Size: KB. Writing The Science of Poultry and Meat Processing book was a long process, which also included having all chapters peer reviewed. I appreciate the help of my colleagues, but I still take responsibility for any inaccuracy in the book. If you have comments or suggestions, I would appreciate hearing from you ([email protected]), as I amFile Size: KB.
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[United States. Food Safety and Inspection Service,;]. Generic HACCP plans serve as useful guidelines: however, it is impossible for a generic model for a whole class of meat products to be developed without it being too general.
Therefore, it is incumbent on each plant’s HACCP Team to tailor this model to fit products in. Raw Products - Not Ground and consumer representatives. The team met in a workshop in Kansas City, Missouri on JuneSubsequent to the workshop, this generic HACCP model was reviewed by small business establishments for clarity and usability, and it was submitted to an expert peer review panel for technical Size: KB.
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In Advances in Meat Research. Volume Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point in Meat, Poultry and Seafoods. Chapman & Hall, 18 Heat Treated, Shelf Stable Model References for Heat Treated, Shelf Stable Meat and Poultry Products 1.
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This concept forms the basic structure of a preventative system for the safe production of meat products. Note that the key to this system is that it is a preventative approach to producing the safest possible meat products for human consumption.
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HACCP System Checklist for Meat/Poultry Processors. Product Category: Raw Product, Ground. Directions: Key parts of the HACCP system are listed. For each part of the system, answer the. questions with a “Yes”, “No” or “Not applicable”.
“Yes” answers indicate that a regulatory. requirement likely will be Size: 61KB. The introduction of HACCP programs has helped the industry maintain high standards. The review includes flow diagrams which also point out the potential hazards and suggestions for critical control points, in an HACCP generic model for processing raw poultry meat and.
Access the listing of establishments that produce meat, poultry, and/or egg products regulated by USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service. Pathogen Modeling Program (PMP) The PMP is a package of models that can be used to predict the growth and inactivation of foodborne bacteria, primarily pathogens, under various environmental conditions.
This book is essential reading for quality control personnel, production and processing managers in the food industry, and for government regulatory officials. It will also be of great interest to academic researchers studying the microbiology and quality of meat, poultry and fish s: 1.The application of HACCP in the meat and poultry industry will be described in a very limited, generic sense.
Figure I outlines a generic HACCP plan which begins at the farm and ends with the shipping of a vacuum-packaged cured sliced meat or poultry product from the plant. The flow diagram is adapted from.In: Report of the 7th Session of the Codex Committee on Meat Hygiene Alinorm 93/16A, Codex Alimentarius Commission, FAO, Rome, pp.
Codex (b) Draft revised code for ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection of slaughter animals and for ante-mortem and post- HACCP in the meat and poultry industry: R.B. Tompkin mortem judgement of slaughter Cited by: