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Sanitary and microbial qualities of marketed milk and milk products : The case of the central Ethiopian highland milk shed

Yilma Z., Faye B.. 2013. Sarrebruck : LAP, 84 p..

Présentation de l'éditeur : Recognizing safety issues concerning food-borne diseases, many countries established quality standards for dairy products to protect consumer health. In Ethiopia, the smallholder milk production system accounts for 97% of the country's annual milk production. Most of the milk production and processing therefore take place at rural smallholder household level and marketing in rural areas with inaduquate required dairy infrastructure. Very little is known about production and handling conditions, and quality of products manufactured under such conditions. This book therefore provides information on hygienic practices followed by various dairy value chain actors during production and handling of milk and milk products, and their microbial and chemical properties. The information reported in this book should be of importance for further investigation in identifying species of economic and public health importance and thereby making improvement interventions. The book should therefore be of particular interest and useful to producers of different scale, concerned domestic and international research and development organizations, graduate students and relevant public bodies. (Adapted from the publisher's summary)

Mots-clés : zone urbaine; zone périurbaine; contamination biologique; analyse microbiologique; enquête; hygiène du lait; technologie alimentaire; Étude de cas; biosécurité; petite exploitation agricole; contrôle laitier; qualité; produit laitier; lait; Éthiopie

Thématique : Traitement et conservation des produits alimentaires; Elevage - Considérations générales; Contamination et toxicologie alimentaires; Sciences et hygiène vétérinaires : considérations générales

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