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Chemical hazards in foods of animal origin
New titles:. For institutional orders, please contact sales wageningenacademic. Recommend this book to a librarian. Editors Frans J. Smulders , Ivonne M. Rietjens and Martin Rose. Published online: November 30, Citation Full-text KB. Chemical hazards in foods of animal origin and the associated risks for public health: elementary considerations. Frans J. Rietjens , Martin D.
Abstract References Full-text KB. Veterinary drug residues in foods of animal origin. Wendy A. Residues of pesticides. Julia E. The assessment of the safety for the consumer of feed additives and additives added to foods of animal origin.
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Mycotoxins in the food chain: contamination of foods of animal origin. Johanna Fink-Gremmels , Deon van der Merwe. Hazards and risks of process related contaminants in feed and foods of animal origin formed as a result of heating.
Ivonne M. Biogenic amines and polyamines in foods of animal origin. Chemical hazards in meat and associated monitoring activities. Chronic diseases associated with meat consumption: epidemiology and mechanisms.
Chemical hazards associated with milk and dairy. Birgit Puschner , Steven M. Chemical hazards associated with fish as a food. Chemical hazards in honey. Case report: hexachlorobenzene incident in Austria. Incidents with dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs in the food chain. Ron Hoogenboom. Pyrrolizidine alkaloids — a case study of Swiss honey.
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Institutional Offers For institutional orders, please contact sales wageningenacademic. Front Matter pp. Chemical hazards in foods of animal origin and the associated risks for public health: elementary considerations Frans J. Rose pp. Veterinary drug residues in foods of animal origin Wendy A. Bedale pp. Residues of pesticides Julia E.
The assessment of the safety for the consumer of feed additives and additives added to foods of animal origin Ruud A. Rietjens pp.
Chemicals from food contact materials Emma L. Bradley , Laurence Castle , Malcolm Driffield pp. Persistent organic pollutants Martin D. Toxic metals Jan Alexander , Agneta Oskarsson pp. Phytotoxins in foods of animal origin including honey Birgit Dusemund pp.
Marine biotoxins: types of poisoning, underlying mechanisms of action and risk management programmes Albertinka J. Mycotoxins in the food chain: contamination of foods of animal origin Johanna Fink-Gremmels , Deon van der Merwe pp.
Hazards and risks of process related contaminants in feed and foods of animal origin formed as a result of heating Ivonne M. Chemical hazards in meat and associated monitoring activities Marcello Trevisani , Giorgio Fedrizzi , Giuseppe Diegoli pp. Chemical hazards associated with milk and dairy Birgit Puschner , Steven M. Gallego pp. Kan pp. Lucchetti pp. Food fraud with melamine and global implications Dagmar Schoder , Cameron R.
McCulloch pp. Case report: fipronil contamination of chickens in the Netherlands and surrounding countries Deon van der Merwe , Annemiek Jordaan , Martin van den Berg pp. Back Matter pp.
33. Analysis of Food Contaminants, Residues, and Chemical Constituents of Concern
Part One: Risk assessment and selected analytical methods 1. Risk assessment of chemical contaminants and residues in food 2. Gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy techniques for the detection of chemical contaminants and residues in foods 3. Part Two: Major chemical contaminants of food 4. Dioxins and polychlorinated biphenyls in foods 5. Emerging environmental organic contaminants in foods 6.
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Meanwhile, due to this increasing demand in industry resulting strict measures in disease control and environmental factors, these products may involve some chemical and natural compounds with hazardous properties at detectable or even very low concentrations. This chapter includes detailed information on the residues of some potential chemical contaminants in poultry meat and products eggs, etc. Poultry Science. Air, water, soil, and food are vital constituents of the human environment.
Principles and Practice of Environmental Medicine pp Cite as. Three categories of environmental contaminants generally occur in food: natural and synthetic organic compounds, traces of heavy metal, and certain natural and synthetic radioactive substances 51, This chapter summarizes the sources, occurrence, extent of exposure, and regulation of selected substances belonging to the first two categories, i. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
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Pesticide residues In foods are reported for the 5-year period [fiscal years FY ]. Results were compiled from the 2 complementary elements that comprise the Food and Drug Administration's FDA program for monitoring pesticide residues In foods. Under regulatory monitoring, which focuses on residues in raw agricultural commodities, a total of 49 samples 30 domestic and 19 Import that Included fresh fruits and vegetables, grains, milk and dairy products, seafoods, and a variety of processed foods were analyzed. Data from the Total Diet Study, which Is conducted to determine dietary Intakes of a variety of chemicals, showed that residues of 42 pesticides were found in composites of table-ready foods. Most users should sign in with their email address.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. A principal goal of U. Drug residue control and microbial-contamination surveillance are accomplished through a rigorous, extensive process of sampling, testing, notification, and enforcement. Tens of thousands of samples are collected and processed annually in routine screening procedures aimed at statistically identifying the occurrence of residues and microorganisms.
Food contamination is a matter of serious concern, as the high concentration of chemicals present in the edibles poses serious health risks. Protecting the public from the degrees of the harmfulness of contaminated foods has become a daunting task. This article highlights the causes, types, and health implications of chemical contamination in food. The food contamination could be due to naturally occurring contaminants in the environment or artificially introduced by the human. The phases of food processing, packaging, transportation, and storage are also significant contributors to food contamination. The implications of these chemical contaminants on human health are grave, ranging from mild gastroenteritis to fatal cases of hepatic, renal, and neurological syndromes.
Chapter 2: Gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy techniques for the detection of chemical contaminants and residues in foods. Chemical contaminants are a major concern for the food industry. Chemical contaminants and residues in food provides an essential guide to the main chemical contaminants, their health implications, the processes by which they contaminate food products, and methods for their detection and control. Part one focuses on risk assessment and analytical methods. Gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy techniques for the detection of chemical contaminants and residues are discussed, as are applications of HPLC-MS techniques and cell-based bioassays. Major chemical contaminants are then discussed in part two, including dioxins and polychlorinated biphenyls, veterinary drug and pesticide residues, heat-generated and non-thermally-produced toxicants, D- and cross-linked amino acids, mycotoxins and phycotoxins, and plant-derived contaminants. Finally, part three goes on to explore the contamination of specific foods.
Chemical contaminants may occur in our food from various sources. They typically pose a health concern, resulting in strict regulations of their levels by national governments and internationally by the Codex Alimentarius Commission. Therefore, analysis of relevant chemical contaminants is an essential part of food safety testing programs to ensure consumer safety and compliance with regulatory limits. Modern analytical techniques can determine known chemical contaminants in complex food matrices at very low concentration levels. Moreover, they can also help discover and identify new or unexpected chemical contaminants.
Проснувшись утром в своей постели, Беккер заканчивал день тем, что ломился в гостиничный номер незнакомого человека в Испании в поисках какого-то магического кольца.