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Record number 434724
Title Implementierung einer risikoorientierten Fleischuntersuchung ohne Anschnitte beim Mastschwein in einem nord-deutschen Schlachtunternehmen
Author(s) Hiller, A.; Heres, L.; Schulze Althoff, G.; Urlings, H.A.P.; Klein, G.
Source Archiv für Lebensmittelhygiene 63 (2012)4. - ISSN 0003-925X - p. 107 - 114.
DOI https://doi.org/10.2376/0003-925x-63-107
Department(s) CIDC - Divisie Bacteriologie en TSE's
Animal Nutrition
FB SC ICT Onderwijs
WIAS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) pathogenic yersinia-enterocolitica - food-chain information - consequences - respect - safety - pork
Abstract Regulation (EC) 854/2004 opens up the opportunity to implement risk based meat inspection of fattening pigs without incision. A concept for implementation of a food safety improving meat inspection without incision was approved in practice and evaluated. It includes a serological monitoring for categorising pig herds according to the risk related to food safety concerning Mycobacterium ovum, a specific test to detect residues of antimicrobial substances and to fulfill the criteria of Regulation (EC) 1244/2007. The concept is suitable for practical implementation. In comparison to the traditional meat inspection system the new system enables control of food safety hazards on farm level. Omitting of incision of the mandibular lymph nodes showed a significant reduction in the cross contamination of Salmonella.
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