Animal production food safety challenges in global markets
S.A. Slorach

Pages: 860

Publisher: OIE (World Organisation for Animal Health)
Publication: Scientific and Technical Review
Edition: Vol.25 (2), 2006
Language: English
ISBN: 978-92-9044-662-5


In the global context of animal production in both the industrialised and developing world, this Review describes the various hazards that can occur during the production stage, including problems associated with fish and shellfish farming. It also deals with responses to food safety challenges, including policy development and practical implementation of on-farm food safety measures, the link between food safety and market access, the responsibilities of the Veterinary Services and public investment in strengthening these and other food safety services. In addition, the implementation of traceability systems and the issue of antimicrobial resistance and the prudent use of antibiotics are discussed. The last section deals with the global perspectives international standard-setting organisations and stakeholders

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