HACCP Validation Resources
Continued from HACCP Validation
Validation by product and new technologies
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dispersion and contagion during defeathering of poultry. Brit Poult Sci
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trisodium phosphate against spoilage and pathogenic bacteria in model biofilms and on
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- Anonymous. Microbial intervention strategies for Salmonella and Campylobacter
reduction in commercial turkey processing. Anonymous. Anonymous. 2005.
- E. del Rio, R. Muriente, and M. Proito. Effectiveness of Trisodium phosphate,
acidified sodium chlorite, citric acid, and peroxyaxeric acids against pathogenic bacteria
on poultry during refrigerated storage. J Food Prot 70:2063-2071, 2007.
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microbiological profile for an air-chilling poultry operation in the United States. J
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- G. K. Kemp, M. L. Aldrich, and A. L. Waldroup. Acidified sodium chlorite antimicrobial
treatment of broiler carcasses. J Food Prot 63:1087-1092, 2001.
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processing of fecal- and ingesta- contaminated poultry carcasses using an acidified
chlorine antimicrobial intervention. J Food Prot 64:807-812, 2001.
- H. S. Lillard. Levels of chlorine and chlorine dioxide of equivalent bactericidal
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carcasses using different chlorine concentrations and water temperatures. Poultry Sci
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during the processing of broiler chickens: a review from the US perspective. J Food
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visibly clean broiler carcasses processed with an inside-outside bird washer. Int J
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- T. Aymerich, P. A. Picouet, and J. M. Monfort. Decontamination technologies for meat
products. Meat Science 78:114-129, 2008.
- R. T. Bacon, K. E Belk, and J. N. Sofos. Microbial populations on animal hides and
beef carcasses at different stages in plants employing multiple-sequential interventions
and decontaminations. J Food Prot 63:1080-1086, 2000.
- E. Borch and P. Arinder. Bacteriological safety issues in red meat and ready-to-eat
meat products, as well as control measures. Meat Science 62:381-390, 2003.
- J. M. Bosilevac, X. Nou, M. S. Osborne, and et al. Development and evaluation of an
on-line hide decontamination procedure for use in a commercial beef processing plant.
J Food Prot 68:265-272, 2005.
- J. R. Edwards and D. Y. C. Fung. Prevention and decontamination of E. coli
O157:H7 on raw beef carcasses in commercial beef abattoirs. J Rapid Methods and
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- B. L. Farrell, A. B. Ronner, and A. C. L. Wong. Attachment of Escherichia coli
O157:H7 in ground beef to meat grinders and survival after sanitation with chlorine and
peroxyacetic acid. J Food Prot 61:817-822, 1998.
- K. Harris, M. F. Miller, and G. H. Loneragan. Validation of the use of organic acids
and acidified sodium chlorite to reduce Escherichia coli O157:H7 and
Salmonella Typhimurium in beef trim and ground beef in a simulated processing
environment. J Food Prot 69:1802-1807, 2008.
- R. D. Huffman. Current and future technologies for the decontamination of carcasses
and fresh meat. Meat Science 62:285-294, 2002.
- M. Hugas, M. Garriga, and J. M. Monfort. New mild technologies in meat processing:
high pressure as a model technology. Meat Science 62:359-371, 2002.
- N. Kalchayanand, T. M. Arthur, and J. M. Bosilevac. Evaluation of various
antimicrobial interventions for the reduction of Escherichia coli O157:H7 on beef
heads during processing. J Food Prot 71:621-624, 2008.
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temperature, pressure and chemical solution on removal of fecal material and bacteria from
lamb adipose tissue by spray-washing. Meat Science 45:377-388, 1997.
- S. E. Niebuhr, A. Laury, G. R. Acuff, and J. S. Dickson. Evaluation of nonpathogenic
surrogate bacteria as process validation indicators for Salmonella enterica for selected
antimicrobial treatments, cold storage, and fermentation in meat. J Food Prot
- X. Nou, M. Rivera-Betancourt, J. M. Bosilevac, and et al. Effect of chemical dehairing
on the prevalence of Escherichia coli O157:H7 and the levels of aerobic bacteria
and enterobacteriaceae on carcasses in a commercial beef processing plant. J Food Prot
- J. R. Ransom, K. E. Belk, J. N. Sofos, and et al. Comparison of intervention
technologies for reducing Escherichia coli O157:H7 pm beef cuts and trimmings.
Food Protection Trends 23:24-34, 2003.
- J. A. Scanga, A. D. Grona, K. E. Belk, and et al. Microbiological contamination of raw
beef trimmings and ground beef. Meat Science 56:145-152, 2002.
- M. R. Stivariusn, F. W. Pohlman, K. S. McElyea, and J. K. Apple. Microbial,
instrumental color and sensory color and odor characteristics of ground beef produced from
beef trimmings treated with ozone or chlorine dioxide. Meat Science 60:299-305,
- D. R. Woerner and et al. Preharvest processes for microbial control in cattle.
Food Protection Trends 26:393-400, 2006.
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