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- Dairy science and health in the tropics: challenges and opportunities for the next decades
- Dairy Microbiology
- Milk: How and why we treat with heat
Microbial quality and prevalence of foodborne pathogens of cheeses commercialized at different retail points in Mexico. Microbial quality and the prevalence of foodborne pathogens E. Two cheeses cheddar and Ranchero from SM 2.
Dairy science and health in the tropics: challenges and opportunities for the next decades
In the next two decades, the world population will increase significantly; the majority in the developing countries located in the tropics of Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean. To feed such a population, it is necessary to increase the availability of food, particularly high-value animal protein foods produced locally, namely meat and dairy products. Dairy production in tropical regions has a lot of growth potential, but also poses a series of problems, particularly as dairy production systems were developed in temperate countries and in most cases are difficult to implement in the tropics. Drawbacks include hot weather and heat stress, the lack of availability of adequate feeds, poor infrastructure, and cold chain and the competition with cheap imports from temperate countries. This position paper reviews the major drawbacks in dairy production for the five major dairy species: cattle, water buffalo, sheep, goat, and camel, as well as the future trends in research and development.
Print this page Close window. Milk and other dairy products are an important part of the human diet, but some people believe that they are harmful. This article explores some of these beliefs, examines the scientific evidence, and gives suggestions so that nutritionists can help consumers make informed decisions. The topics include lactose intolerance, raw milk, pasteurization, milk and mucus, milk and asthma, milk and allergies, and recombinant bovine growth hormone. Many people believe that lactose-intolerant individuals should not consume milk or dairy products, but in fact lactose tolerance varies, and drastic dietary restrictions may not be needed.
Listeria monocytogenes is among the most food-borne pathogens. It has the ability to grow over a range of temperature, including refrigeration temperature. Foods kept in refrigerator more than the prescribed period of time create an opportunity for the occurrence of Listeria monocytogenes. As this review shows, the prevalence of L. Inadequate temperature and faults in technology during pasteurization can be the disposing factors for the presence of the organism in dairy products. The organism, on the other hand, has been found to be resistant to those commonly known antibiotics that have human and veterinary importance, namely, ampicillin, Tetracycline, and chloramphenicol, streptomycin, erytromycin, penicillin G.
J Food Prot 1 June ; 82 6 : — There are numerous obstacles to the detection of foodborne pathogens in foods that exhibit a low water activity a w. These obstacles include the presence of antimicrobial compounds, particulates, PCR inhibitors, and fatty matrices. New approaches should be sought to increase the sensitivity of pathogen testing in low-a w foods and to overcome the effects of various inhibitors and antimicrobials. The U. Food and Drug Administration and other laboratories are working toward this goal. This review will address these issues while delineating specific inhibitors and antimicrobials that impede testing of low-a w foods.
The dairy products industry is going toward safe milk and its products in the food market. The aim of this work is focused on milk microbial contamination and its impacts on milk production and dairy industry with their implications in milk product quality, food-borne diseases from raw milk, and unpasteurized milk by food-borne pathogen microbial contamination and milk and dairy product spoilage. The microbial milk contamination source comes from herd hygiene and health status, mastitis prevalence, production environment, and milking parlor and milk conserving practices in dairy farm. Moreover, these facts are implicated in milk quality and milk spoilage and unsafe dairy products. The milk production system and the dairy plant operations keep track in pasteurized milk and fresh dairy products reviewing the traceability in field situational diagnosis report. The objective of the dairy industry is to maintain productivity and competitiveness in a growing milk commerce, which is demanding a large volume of milk and a wide range of dairy products in the food market and the preferences of the final food consumer with remarkable differences according to patterns of consumer behavior by demographic categories, culture, and socioeconomic variations in the human population in the food market [ 1 , 2 ].
PDF | Milk and products derived from milk of dairy cows can harbor a variety of microorganisms from direct exposure to foodborne pathogens present in unpasteurized dairy products as well major public health challenge.
Milk: How and why we treat with heat
Microorganisms are living organisms that are individually too small to see with the naked eye. Microorganisms are found everywhere ubiquitous and are essential to many of our planets life processes. With regards to the food industry, they can cause spoilage, prevent spoilage through fermentation, or can be the cause of human illness. Bacteria are relatively simple single-celled organisms.
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Microbiology is important to food safety, production, processing, preservation, and storage. Microbes such as bacteria, molds, and yeasts are employed for the foods production and food ingredients such as production of wine, beer, bakery, and dairy products. On the other hand, the growth and contamination of spoilage and pathogenic microorganisms is considered as one of the main causes to loss of foodstuff nowadays. Although technology, hygienic strategies, and traceability are important factors to prevent and delay microbial growth and contamination, food remains susceptible to spoilage and activity of pathogen microorganisms. Food loss by either spoilage or contaminated food affects food industry and consumers leading to economic losses and increased hospitalization costs. This chapter focuses on general aspects, characteristics, and importance of main microorganisms bacteria, yeasts, molds, virus, and parasites involved in food spoilage or contamination: known and recently discovered species; defects and alterations in foodstuff; most common food associated with each foodborne disease; resistance to thermal processing; occurrence in different countries; outbreaks; and associated symptoms. Food preservation, since ancient times, played a central role in survival of mankind enhancing the safety and stability of different foodstuffs.
As with all food products, health and safety are paramount. For reasons of safeguarding public health, the dairy industry treats milk with heat, destroying pathogenic bacteria, which can cause illness in humans. The process has its origins in the 19th century, when milk was a common transmitter of tuberculosis and typhus. French scientist Louis Pasteur — discovered that heat treatment kills pathogenic bacteria, as well as bacteria causing spoilage. Since the mid 20th century it has been common practice to pasteurize milk in order to safeguard it for human consumption. Most countries employ legislation regulating the heat treatment of milk and dairy products to ensure that the milk products are safe from any pathogenic bacteria.
In the present study, total aerobic mesophilic bacteria count, Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli H:7 bacteria count, and presence of bacteria from Listeria and Salmonella genera were determined in the samples collected during separate 5-month-long periods from 15 separate points at five different dairy plants operating in different regions of Turkey. Walls and floors especially, raw material and end-product transport vehicles, tools and materials used in production and product packaging, and storage environments in some dairy plants were heavily loaded with bacteria. Among these microorganisms, the presence of Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli H:7 and food pathogens from Listeria and Salmonella genera in these environments can lead to microbiological quality loss and a range problems, including adverse effects on human health. The results of this study are of great importance in determining the lack of personal hygiene among plant personnel, violation of hygiene and sanitation rules, and the lack of quality management systems such as the HACCP Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point. The programs implemented in many developed countries often aim at increasing production rather than improving milk safety; however, the control of bacterial content of raw milk is of great importance to public health Barbano et al. Following the emergence of numerous diseases that result from dairy consumption, the microbiological quality of milk and dairy products has become a major issue De Buyser et al.
Именно этим принципом вдохновлялся Стратмор, приступая к созданию ТРАНСТЕКСТА. Он недвусмысленно гласит, что если компьютер переберет достаточное количество ключей, то есть математическая гарантия, что он найдет правильный. Безопасность шифра не в том, что нельзя найти ключ, а в том, что у большинства людей для этого нет ни времени, ни необходимого оборудования. Стратмор покачал головой: - Это шифр совершенно иного рода. - Иного рода? - Сьюзан смотрела на него вопрошающе.
Я думал, что он похоронен в Доминиканской Республике. - Да нет же, черт возьми. И кто только распустил этот слух. Тело Колумба покоится здесь, в Испании.