Workable methods for risks control in the food chain production.

  • Giuseppe Comi | mikimos@mac.com
  • Marisa Manzano
  • Cristina Giusto
  • Lucilla Iacumin

Abstract

Several food pathologies due to new or already known micro-organisms occur all over the world every year. Food concerned are more and more frequently traditional typical, ethnical products coming from fast or slow food systems. Most of food-borne pathologies develop through neurological, gastrointestinal (watery, bloody or persistent diarrhoea) abdominal pain, sickness and vomiting. The causes of these epidemics, apart from the concerned pathogen, are linked to the contaminated first matter or to contaminations occurred during food processing and consequently due to the lack of employment of the most fundamental sanitary measures and to non-control of the critical points of the HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) systems. The pre-requirements to promote food health consist of the implementation of good agriculture husbandry and production practices, the use of HACCP systems, the training of the workers employed in the different productive rows and in the adoption of identification and traceability systems. The EU implemented the so-called hygiene pack, that is a list of rules imposing food control in each processing, marketing and consumption phase, from husbandry or cropping to consumer’s table, to promote health in food (circulating) all over Europe.

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2008-04-07
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How to Cite
Comi, G., Manzano, M., Giusto, C., & Iacumin, L. (2008). Workable methods for risks control in the food chain production. Italian Journal of Agronomy, 3(1s), 167-172. https://doi.org/10.4081/ija.2008.1s.167