Food Protection and Security Preventing and Mitigating Contamination during Food Processing and Production Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition Series
Coordonnateur : Kennedy Shaun
Food Protection and Security: Preventing and Mitigating Intentional and Unintentional Contamination of Food and Beverage presents the latest information on our need to protect our food supply from accidental contamination, economically motivated adulteration, and contamination with intent to harm (bioterrorism or agro-terrorism).
This book covers all three branches of food protection, providing a comprehensive overview of the methods and strategy involved. Part one covers the need for food protection, looking at potential hazards in the production, processing, and supply chain. Part two looks at detection methods for contaminants in food, with the final section addressing food contamination incidents and prevention and response strategies.
- Explores the need for food protection, from natural disasters to contamination in food processing facilities
- Examines techniques used to detect contaminants in food, such as microbiological testing and fingerprinting
- Provides key ways to address food contamination issues
Chapter 1. Supply Chain Complexity and Economically Motivated Adulteration
Chapter 2. Fingerprinting for Detecting Contaminants in Food
Chapter 3. Creating a Food Defense/Response Plan in Food Processing Facilities
Chapter 4. Creating a Food Defense and Response Plan in Complex Food Production Systems
Chapter 5. A Data-Driven Approach to Food Safety Surveillance and Response
Chapter 6. Hygienic Design of Open Food Processing Equipment
Chapter 7. Hygienic Design of Closed Equipment for the Processing of Liquid Food
Chapter 8. Personal Hygiene and Good Maintenance Practices for the Servicing of Food Processing Equipment
Date de parution : 10-2016
Ouvrage de 339 p.
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