INDIAN VETERINARY RESEARCH INSTITUTE                   V.P.H.       MINOR CREDIT SEMINOR                     ON TRACEABILI...
Traceability is not new! 􀀗 1700 BCMesopotamian shepherds mark animals with different colors 􀀗 7thCenturyChina tattoos b...
WHAT IS TRACEABILITY?  􀀗 TRACEABILITY: “THE ABILITY TO TRACE THEHISTORY, APPLICATIONOR LOCATIONOF THAT WHICHIS UNDER CONSI...
SUPPLY CHAIN FLOW
WHAT IS TRACEABILITY?*A traceability system is driven by information and  must answer these questions: What is the produc...
WHAT TRACEABILITY IS NOT? Traceability ≠safe food Traceability does notprevent animal disease Traceability is nota prer...
STEPS ON THE PATHWAY TOTRACEABILITY 􀀗 Discovery of pathogenic organisms 􀀗 Establishment of control mechanisms 􀀗 Spread of ...
DRIVERS: WHY IS TRACEABILITYIMPORTANT?   􀀗   Media attention on food safety & quality issues   􀀗   Globalization of the ...
WHY DO COMPANIES INVEST INTRACEABILITY
EXAMPLES OF SOME TRACING METHODSLive animal               Visual ear tags                          RFID ear tags          ...
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS Europe –EU Food LawAdopted 2002 to ensure a high level of health  protection U.S. –Bio-Terror re...
RISK MITIGATION Traceability systems produce information which can  shield a company from costly legal claims Traceabili...
STANDARDS ORGANIZATIONS Codex Alimentarius CommissionCodex was created to protect consumer health and ensure fair  trade ...
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  1. 1. INDIAN VETERINARY RESEARCH INSTITUTE V.P.H. MINOR CREDIT SEMINOR ON TRACEABILITY OF MEAT & MEAT PRODUCT Bhujendra soni Roll no.- 5053 M.V.Sc. Scholar Division of L.P.T. & Meat Science
  2. 2. Traceability is not new! 􀀗 1700 BCMesopotamian shepherds mark animals with different colors 􀀗 7thCenturyChina tattoos breed horses 􀀗 1556Venice hires food inspectors 􀀗 1714France outlaws un-inspected meat 􀀗 1750-90UK pass variety of food safety laws 􀀗 1875 Marking of U.S. livestock with tags
  3. 3. WHAT IS TRACEABILITY? 􀀗 TRACEABILITY: “THE ABILITY TO TRACE THEHISTORY, APPLICATIONOR LOCATIONOF THAT WHICHIS UNDER CONSIDERATION” (ISO) 􀀗 TRACING:LOOKING BACK 􀀗 TRACKING:LOOKING FORWARD
  4. 4. SUPPLY CHAIN FLOW
  5. 5. WHAT IS TRACEABILITY?*A traceability system is driven by information and must answer these questions: What is the product? How much is there? Where did it originate? Where is it/Who has it now?
  6. 6. WHAT TRACEABILITY IS NOT? Traceability ≠safe food Traceability does notprevent animal disease Traceability is nota prerequisite for safe food or healthy plants and animals Traceability is notdriven by technology
  7. 7. STEPS ON THE PATHWAY TOTRACEABILITY 􀀗 Discovery of pathogenic organisms 􀀗 Establishment of control mechanisms 􀀗 Spread of international rules and compliance􀀗Business efficiency and supply chaineffectiveness
  8. 8. DRIVERS: WHY IS TRACEABILITYIMPORTANT? 􀀗 Media attention on food safety & quality issues 􀀗 Globalization of the Market 􀀗 Increasing liability and litigation 􀀗 Huge economic interests at stake 􀀗 Supply chains have become complex
  9. 9. WHY DO COMPANIES INVEST INTRACEABILITY
  10. 10. EXAMPLES OF SOME TRACING METHODSLive animal Visual ear tags RFID ear tags Bar Code Ear Tags Tattoos Antibodies by injectionSlaughtering&Processing Paper bar codes RFID tags Batch markers Molecular bar codes Quantum dots Microwave radarRetail & distribution Machine readable codesConsumer Numerical codes Public access website
  11. 11. REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS Europe –EU Food LawAdopted 2002 to ensure a high level of health protection U.S. –Bio-Terror regulations9/11 highlighted vulnerability of the food supply.Final Rule on Establishment and Maintenance of Records Japan –Beef traceability, BSE testing Canada –Livestock Identification Program Chile –National Beef/Salmon Traceability Australia –Integrated Market Development
  12. 12. RISK MITIGATION Traceability systems produce information which can shield a company from costly legal claims Traceability systems will reduce: Recall Frequency Recall Scop
  13. 13. STANDARDS ORGANIZATIONS Codex Alimentarius CommissionCodex was created to protect consumer health and ensure fair trade practices ISOISO 22005: Traceability in the feed and food chain –General principles and guidance for systems design and development Objective: provide security by eliminating weak links in the food supply chain OIEWorking Group on Animal Production and Food Safety*AIM International Livestock Traceability StandardTechnical Report: "RFID for Food Animal Identification in N/Am" GS 1 (formerly EAN.UCC)GS1 Traceability Standard for all industry Sector
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