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Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean
Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean
Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean
Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean
Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean
Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean
Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean
Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean
Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean
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Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety by David Crean

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IFPRI Policy Seminar "Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety" held at IFPRI on November 5, 2013. Presentation by David Crean, Mars, Inc.

IFPRI Policy Seminar "Aflatoxins: Finding Solutions for Improved Food Safety" held at IFPRI on November 5, 2013. Presentation by David Crean, Mars, Inc.

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    • 1. Aflatoxins: Finding Solution for Improved Food Safety Building Enduring Trust & Delight International Food Policy Research Institute Seminar David Crean
    • 2. FOOD SECURITY Access • Availability • Utilization CLIMATE CHANGE Agricultural Production • Inputs • Harvesting • Post harvest handling • Storage • Transportation Food Manufacturing • Processing • Packaging • Storage • Distribution Consumer Contact • Point of sale • Storage • Handling • Consumption Raw Materials • Pathogens • Cross-Contamination FOOD SAFETY Mitigating for these risks allows us to: Make more food available • Reduce demand for increased production • Manage environmental footprint Lower food production costs • Expanded trade opportunities Highly confidential, Mars Inc POVERTY
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    • 5. Coffee Maize Peanut 5 Cocoa Highly confidential, Mars Inc
    • 6. O/C Curve for Detecting a 1% Contamination Rate Sample Points B A B B A B B A B A A B Top of Truck B A A B A Two sets of samples, A and B. B A Probability of Detection A 1.00 0.90 0.80 0.70 0.60 0.50 0.40 0.30 0.20 0.10 0.00 1 10 100 300 1000 Samples Automatic Sampling (pneumatic) Insert the probe and take a sample at the top, middle and bottom of the truck at sample point Manual Sampling Insert the probe to the bottom of the truck x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x • Sampling 20 samples from truck • 10 first points combined as Group A • 10 latter points combined as Group B • Sample A&B are individually ground for testing High Density Distribution Low Density Random Distribution But it has its limitations Clumped
    • 7. Starts by addressing Food Safety with 1 supplier - Establishing a relationship with a customer through clear specification and audit Impacts a supply chain Impacts an industry Impacts society Highly confidential, Mars Inc
    • 8. © COPYRIGHT MARS INCORPORATED | CONFIDENTIAL
    • 9. O/C Curve for Detecting a 1% Contamination Rate Probability of Detection 1.00 0.90 0.80 0.70 0.60 0.50 0.40 0.30 0.20 0.10 0.00 1 10 100 300 1000 Samples High Density Distribution Low Density Random Distribution Note: for illustration purposes only Highly confidential, Mars Inc Clumped
    • 10. Sample Points A B A B A A B B B B B Top of Truck B A A B A A A A Automatic Sampling (pneumatic) Insert the probe and take a sample at the top, middle and bottom of the truck at sample point Manual Sampling Insert the probe to the bottom of the truck x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x • Sampling 20 samples from truck • 10 first points combined as Group A • 10 latter points combined as Group B • Sample A&B are individually ground for testing Two sets of samples, A and B. B

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