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Poster prepared by ABCD Muchangos, K Makita, D Grace, H Matusse and CME McCrindle for the 13th conference of the International Society of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Maastricht, The ...

Poster prepared by ABCD Muchangos, K Makita, D Grace, H Matusse and CME McCrindle for the 13th conference of the International Society of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 20-24 August 2012.

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    Prerequisites for HACCP in poultry processing in Maputo, Mozambique Prerequisites for HACCP in poultry processing in Maputo, Mozambique Document Transcript

    • Muchangos AC 1, McCrindle CME 1, Matusse H ³, Makita K 2 1 University of Pretoria, South Africa 2 International Livestock Research Institute, Kenya 3 Institute for Agricultural Research of MozambiquePoultry is a major component of the diet, a valuable and Participatory risk analysis to investigate the value chains foraffordable source of protein for all society in Mozambique. poultry processing in Maputo, indicating possible stages atHowever, it is unknown whether poultry meat consumption which there was a risk of microbiological hazards that couldcontributes to diarrheal diseases, an important cause of influence safety of the final product:mortalities in the country. • semi-structured interviews; • focus group discussions; • observation of poultry processing in formal and informal slaughter The magnitude of the risk of microbiological hazards was estimated using laboratory analysis. Samples of poultry carcasses were randomly collected from abattoirs, live bird markets and farms, and processed using 3M™ Petrifilm™ Plates for E coli Type I, Coliforms and Aerobic Plate Count as indicators of contamination to assess the compliance with GHP and GMP, considered relevant pre-requisites for HACCP. Fig 1 Shows the poultry value chain as a flow diagram, for each type of processor in MaputoThe contamination rate with E. coli Type I was significantly The magnitude of the risk for a single consumer can behigher in live bird markets (63%) than formal abattoir (39%) estimated from market segmentation, based on the estimatedand farms (40%). The Coliforms was significantly higher in number of fowls slaughtered per week per outlet type.abattoir (41%,) than farms (21%) and live bird market (6%). The Although the highest proportion of contaminated carcasses isAPC was significantly higher in live bird markets (87%) than from the live birds markets, the largest number of contaminatedformal abattoir (64%) and farms (44%). poultry carcasses comes from the high throughput abattoirs. Fig 2 Relative frequencyOf the 3 bacterial counts that are most likely to prejudice food at abattoir Hygiene assessment and management system is proposed for allsafety rather than quality, the level of E. coli Type 1 is the most three value chains with a focus on the CCPs identified by theimportant as it indicates faecal contamination. This suggest a research. A participatory risk communication strategy has beenhigher likelihood of risk in poultry meat from live bird markets developed for all involved in the poultry value chain to improvethan those from the formal abattoir or direct from the farm. hygiene and safety of poultry meat.However, all three value chains were contaminated with thefaecally derived organism, which has the potential to causefood born disease in consumers. CAC. 2005. Code of hygienic practice for meat1. RCP 58. Fig 3 Relative frequencyTable 1 shows the estimated number of carcasses at farms CAC. 1999. Principles and guidelines for the conduct of microbiological risk assessment. GL- 30.contaminated with E. coli Type 1, entering the market per week Directorate for Veterinary Services (DVS). 2007. Standards for microbiological monitoring of meat. VPN/15/2007-1. Pretoria. Outlet type Fowls % positive for E Freq. of contaminated Directorate for Veterinary Services (DVS). 2007. Meat Inspectors Manual. Poultry, Part II. slaughtered/week coli Type 1 carcasses/week Pretoria. Farms 10943 40 4377 Ministério da Saúde. 1997. Manual de Microbiologia Alimentar. Maputo. Abattoirs 43772 39 17071 Mozambique Poultry Association. 2009. Annual report. Maputo Market 3283 63 20684Prerequisites such as lack infrastructure for processing, ILRI, University of Pretoria, Institute for Agricultural Research of Mozambique andinadequate waste management and poor hygiene were Mozambique Poultry Association are acknowledged for contributions to this researchobserved in live birds markets and farms. Deficient disinfection Fig 4 Relative frequencyof equipment and utensils, inadequate washing of carcasses, at live marketInadequate chilling temperature and poor personal hygienewere observed at abattoirs.