Food Chain Integrity: A Holistic Approach to Food by J Hoorfar, K Jordan, Teagasc, F Butler, R Prugger

By J Hoorfar, K Jordan, Teagasc, F Butler, R Prugger

Enhancing the integrity of the meals chain – guaranteeing that foodstuff is traceable, fit for human consumption, top of the range and real – calls for new diagnostic instruments, the implementation of novel info platforms and enter from all nutrition chain contributors. meals chain integrity studies key study during this fast-moving region and the way it may be utilized to enhance the availability of nutrition to the shopper. Chapters partially 1 assessment advancements in nutrients traceability, equivalent to nutrition ‘biotracing’, and strategies to avoid nutrients bioterrorism. Following this, half 2 makes a speciality of advancements in meals protection and caliber administration. issues lined contain advances in knowing of pathogen habit, keep watch over of foodborne viruses, risk score and the position of animal feed in nutrition protection. Chapters partly three discover crucial features of meals authenticity, from the traceability of genetically converted organisms in provide chains to new how you can exhibit meals beginning. ultimately, half four specializes in purchaser perspectives on foodstuff chain integrity and destiny traits.

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5 European feed and food law The feed hygiene regulation (EC No. 183/2005, which became effective 1 January 2006) lays down a set of measures on hygiene, traceability and conditions and arrangements for establishments. The focus of the regulation is on the safety of animal feed, which is the primary responsibility of the operators in the feed chain. One of the most important aspects of this regulation is the registration of establishments and rules for record keeping and improved traceability throughout the entire feed chain.

AIDC allows fast, direct and secure exchange of information between information systems and the food processing chain, thus reducing the errors and costs. If identification standards are followed, items can be traced along the complete food chain. Up to this point, the most popular AIDC technologies have been based on barcodes, but other technologies are gaining in importance due to their innovative characteristics. RFID is the most widespread of these new technologies. Other important technologies are artificial vision, OCR, voice recognition and iris.

The term `track and trace' is often used, with `track' meaning to follow a product through its life and `trace' meaning to find its origins. Current legislation obliges each company to provide their own records to food safety authorities on request, but there are no standards on the delivery media or format of the records. Biotracing requires standardized formats for data in order that information is comparable across different facilities. 4 Genome sequencing Biotracing requires the application of molecular tools to analysis of bacteria so that maximum information can be obtained from a minimum amount of analysis.

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