According to the Spanish Royal Decree law 10/2020, from the 29th of March the population´s mobility is restricted to essential activities preventing spread of COVID-19 further.
The presence of Aflatoxin M1 in milk is a serious problem for the farmer and for industry. As the Spanish Food Safety Agency reports, its high toxicity - related to cancer induction and mutagenicity -and the difficulty of its destruction due to its high thermal stability, makes this toxin one of the most complex food safety problems in the sector.
The “ONE HEALTH” initiative – only one health- headed by the main human, animal and environmental international organizations such as, WHO (World health organization), FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) and OIE (World Organization for Animal Health) promote collaborations among different specialists from all fields to achieve better results in HEALTH.
The commitment of cheesemakers to offer both high organoleptic quality and to control raw material costs is the main reason for verifying the purity of the milk purchased
The daily management of milk production is an activity that involves the participation of many people, located in diverse places and with very limited time. Consequently, it is a system that requires a very high degree of organization so that all the steps of this process, from milking to processing in the plant, are well coordinated and carried out according to the established standards.
CIBUS TEC is among the most innovative food technology exhibitions and a complete showcase of the best solutions from ingredients to processing technologies, from packaging to logistics for all segments of the food and beverage industry.
Technology has changed and improved our lives. Zeulab has developed a new system for antibiotics testing that allows to make quick providing decisions in real time. Providing a better management of milk and improvements in production processes.
The control of pathogens in foodstuffs is a major point in food safety. Testing laboratories and food companies have to perform diagnostic tests in order to detect contamination in any stage of the production chain of foodstuffs.
Does the food legislation allow a pathogen test in a food production plant?
Recent cases of food poisoning (in 2019) due to Salmonella and Listeria show that appeared in the media have highlighted the importance of the control and analysis of pathogens (Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella) and the consequences for consumers and companies in the food sector. They have been serious cases, like 5 dead from eating sandwiches in the hospital in the UK, 5 dead by consuming trout and smoked salmon or French Government stopped the production of a cheese company after finding Listeria in their products.