Hygiene of Minced Meat Sold at Sharg Elnil Locality

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2015-03-29
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Mustafa, Afaf
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In recent years the demand for minced meat is increasing and minced meat is daily and widely used in Sudan in many meat food products e.g. (sharmoot, Kofta, Geema, Pastorma, beefburger and other). Minced meat is highly perishable and spoils easily and provides an excellent medium for growth of many hazardous microorganisms that can cause diseases in humans and economic losses due to food spoilage. The contamination of minced meat occurs during either, slaughtering procedures, poor personnel hygienic practices, miners, storage or distribution.
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Hygiene,Minced Meat Sold,Sharg Elnil Locality
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