MAIN AGENTS INVOLVED AND WAYS OF PREVENTING CONTAMINATION IN ANIMAL’S FEED INDUSTRY: REVIEW

Elisângela De Cesaro, Monique Figueiredo, Cibele Regina Schneider, Bianka Rocha Saraiva, Simara Márcia Marcato, Leandro Dalcin Castilha

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The main physical, biological and chemical agents involved in cross-contamination are of known origin, generally harmful and toxic, who end up doing the director indirect contact with the nutrients used in the manufacture of feed for animals. The knowledge of the causes, differentiated forms of prevention and corrective actions, allow us to minimize losses in animal performance and, possible extra costs of production, by the need to prevent the spread of pests and damage to human health. Failures in monitoring of the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and of the system of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) for lack of trained personnel, or bad structural conditions in the physical context industry, are the main causes of the occurrence of cross-contamination. In this sense, diagnosing risks and controlling critical points in the production process are indispensable tools. In this way, the present review article aims to highlight the main forms of cross contamination in the animal feed industry and the care that must be taken at the factory to minimize cross-contamination.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25110/arqvet.v22i2.7552

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