University of Khartoum

Implementation of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) System in a Poultry Processing Plant

Implementation of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) System in a Poultry Processing Plant

Show full item record

Title: Implementation of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) System in a Poultry Processing Plant
Author: Mohammed, Amel
Abstract: This Study was carried out todetect the bacterial load and types of bacteria on the carcasses of broiler by applying the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system. From two Critical Control Points (CCPs); Pre-evisceration, and Post-evisceration, forty samples were collected and examined todetermine the load, and type of bacteria. One hundred forty eight aerobic bacteria were isolated. From five CCPs: (1) Pre-evisceration (2) Post-evisceration (3) water (4) foodhandlers (5) wall, bacterial load was determined on these points. Average aerobic plate counts of Pre-evisceration samples were 2.36x10 5 CFU/10gm where the averages of Post-evisceration samples were 5.34x10 6 CFU/10gm. An average aerobic plate count of water before using was 1.034x10 5 CFU/ml with an average of coliform1.6x10 4 CFU/ml. While the average of water after using was 1.5x10 5 CFU/ml, while coliform count was 1.5x10 5 CFU/ml. An average aerobic count of workers at clean zone reflected the degrees in bacterial load 1.36x10 5 CFU/10cm 2 while there was an increase inbacterial load in dirty zone 8.54x10 5 CFU/10cm 2 . An average count for equipment was 3.68x10 5 CFU/10cm 2 , while an average count on wall was 7.76x10 4 CFU/10cm 2 . The aerobic bacteriaisolated were similar to those reported previously in the Sudan and else where. They included bacterial genera and species of spoilage and pathogenic microorganisms. The observation obtained, showed the importance of implementing HACCP to have a good product with low bacterial load and free from pathogenic bacteria and acceptable for human consumption.
Description: 121page
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/8836
Date: 2015-04-11


Files in this item

Files Size Format View

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Show full item record

Share

Search DSpace


Browse

My Account