Contamination is a serious issue in food production. The average food produced worldwide is contaminated with micro-organisms. The number of bacteria, mold, and fungi in food varies widely depending on the type and origin of the food, but these numbers can be many times the number found in the environment.
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Food poisoning is a leading cause of illness, deaths, and disability worldwide and has increased to an epidemic level in the last decade. Blog: Foodborne illness is a leading cause of death and disability worldwide, the incidence of foodborne illness has doubled in the last decade. Introduction: Food safety has traditionally been a niche field in the food industry and many companies in the industry use a variety of techniques and methodologies to ensure the safety of their products.
The food industries is becoming more and more complex. This company has developed an innovative device that can be used by food consumers to monitor the growth of bacteria in their food. The device is the Bactericidin® System and can be used to determine how fast or poorly a food grows and to determine when the food needs to be treated differently and/or added to another food product.
Food is a source of potential harm. Food is a product that has a potential to damage the health of the body and is at the forefront of numerous health issues. Food contamination causes illness and death every second of every day in the U.S. When a food product comes into contact with the body, an average of about ten bacteria, viruses, and parasites are killed within the body.
The most common vehicle of contamination in the food industry The contamination process is quite simple. Food is packed in bags, packed in sealed containers and shipped to farms. In the farm, there is a continuous line of food where the insects and disease-carrying bacteria are exposed to the incoming product. When the product arrives at the food processing plant, the bacteria goes through a very effective process of growth and death.
The industry of organic farming and food production has experienced a rise in contamination incidents. In fact, the European Food Safety Authority reports that in 2016 food poisoning cases in the EU were up 20 percent (1,800) compared to 2014. So, what is it? The food industry’s most common source of contamination in the food supply chain is the food processing plant (factory). However, contamination in the food supply chain is not limited to processing plants.
The food industry is always looking for new ways to increase efficiency and reduce waste. And what they often do is to contaminate the surfaces of their products. This is usually done by adding foreign matter, such as bacteria or yeast. This is very common in the food industry. That means that you have to treat your food with extra care and make sure you are never in proximity to any of these contaminants.