Spain - The University of Cordoba and Covap develop a project to control salmonella in the iberian pig

The Universty of Cordoba, and the companies Sociedad Cooperativa Andaluza Agroganadera del Valle de Los Pedroches (COVAP) and PigChamp Pro-Europa are developing a pioneer project in Andalusia whose aim is to control and minimize the presence of salmonella in the Iberian pig, thus improving the health of animals and the food safety of products.
Thursday 25 June 2009 (8 years 11 months 1 days ago)
The Universty of Cordoba, and the companies Sociedad Cooperativa Andaluza Agroganadera del Valle de Los Pedroches (COVAP) and PigChamp Pro-Europa are developing a pioneer project in Andalusia whose aim is to control and minimize the presence of salmonella in the Iberian pig, thus improving the health of animals and the food safety of products.

The objective of the project is to establish a basis for designing a program that improves food health and safety for Iberian pigs; it is based on assessing the pre-slaughter process of animals by carrying out descriptive epidemiological studies of potential zoonosic agents (microorganisms that pass from animals onto humans and vice versa), implementing plans of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) and establishing Codes of Good Hygienic Practices in the whole food chain.

http://www.andaluciainvestiga.com/english/salaPrensa/notas/090623-01.asp

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