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World Health Organization : Year 1989 ; World Health Organization, Environmental Health, Food Safety, No. 89.5: International Consultative Group on Food Irradiation

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Title: World Health Organization : Year 1989 ; World Health Organization, Environmental Health, Food Safety, No. 89.5: International Consultative Group on Food Irradiation  
Author: World Health Organization
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Organization, W. H. (n.d.). World Health Organization : Year 1989 ; World Health Organization, Environmental Health, Food Safety, No. 89.5. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Medical Reference Publication

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INTRODUCTION m W. -isel, Director, Divisim of Ewimrrmerhal Health, World Health mzatirm, welcmmd the participants on behalf of the three prent Organizations of the Intxmmtional Consultative Group on Fbod Irradiation, FAO, IAEA and W. He emphasized that this comxUY.ation was not (~3rczmdwi th food irradiation p r se, al.thaqh its title mimt w e s t this. Its objective was to define raicrobiologid irdicators for good manufacturing pxactices and its cutcare would therefore be of interest to all rnncsrrid with faod prooessk, and not just to those who are involved with food ixrafhtion.

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CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION………………1 2.CONCERN REGARDING FOODBORNE DISEASES …………..3 3 . M I m B I O r s X c~la mRIA FOR mC6 AS INaXCAm FOR EOOD IamFA- PRACTICE (W.).. ........................ 7 3.1 The nature of the problem .................................. 7 3.2 GoDd mnufacturiq practice ............................... 8 3.3 mcators ................................................ 10 3.4 Microbiological miteria ................................... 10 3.5 Foods considered for further prooessing .................... 11 3.6 ~ l u s i o n... .............................................. 11 4 . FWD6 AND FOOD ~~ ...................................... 12 Red mats .................................................. 12 PxiLtry .................................................... 14 Mechanically separate3 meat ................................ 15 Fmqs legs ................................................. 16 Fish am3 mxsta- ....................................... 17 Oystesj and clam ......................................... 18 Cooked. peeled, frozen shimps and prawns ................... 20 Spioes. hertxs and vegetable seaxwhp ..................... 21 5 . CMJCLlTSIONS AND -'I?ONS ................................. 23 5.1 conclusions ................................................ 23 5.2 -ti- ............................................ 25 ANNEX I List of Participants ................................. 27 A N ' 2 List of Working Papers ............................... 29 ANNar 3 Microbiolqical Guidelines proposed W the Consultation ........................ ,.. .......... 30

 

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