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Presented at Michigan State University's WorldTAP International Short Course in Food Safety on July 31, 2009. (http://foodsafetyknowledgenetwork.org/worldtap/foodsafety09)

Presented at Michigan State University's WorldTAP International Short Course in Food Safety on July 31, 2009. (http://foodsafetyknowledgenetwork.org/worldtap/foodsafety09)

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  • 1. PERUVIAN FOOD SAFETY SYSTEM July, 2009 General Directorate of Enviromental Health – Ministry of Health National Service of Agriculture Healthy – Ministry of Agriculture
  • 2. FOOD SAFETY SYSTEM Primary process and production Manufactured food Hydrobiological products Food sale Ministry of Agriculture SENASA Ministry of Health DIGESA Production Ministry ITP Regional and Local Government
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  • 4. FOOD HYGIENE AND ZOONOSIS DIRECTION CONTACT POINT FOR CODX ALIMENTARIUS REGULATIONS SOCIAL PROYECTION AND RISK ASSESSMENTS AREA ZOONOSIS AREA SANITARY INSPECTION OFFICE HACCP VALIDATION SANITARY REGISTER AND CERTIFICATION SANITARY SURVEILLANCE FOOD AND ZOONOSIS REGULATIONS ZOONOSIS CONTROL HYGIENE FOOD AREA TECHNICAL SECRETARY ‘S OFFICE CNC
  • 5. LAWS AND REGULATIONS
    • General Health Law Nº 26842
    • Regulation of the Ministry of Health, N° 27657.
    • Regulation about Surveillance and Sanitary Control Foods and Beverages – DS 007-98 SA.
    • Application of the HACCP System in the Production of Foods and Beverages - RM 449- 2006/MINSA, May 17th, 2006.
    • Standards Codex Alimentarius, Andeans Agreements and others as recognized by MINSA.
    • Legislative Decree No. 1059, Agricultural Health Act.
    • Supreme Decree No. 018-2008-AG of the General Regulation of Agricultural Health .
    • Technical Regulation for Meats D.S.N° 022-95 -AG.
    • Sanitary Regulation for Poultry D.S. N° 029-2007 –AG.
    • Regulation to register and control Chemical Pesticides to use in farms D.S.N° 016-2000-AG.
    • Regulation to register, control and commercialize products for Veterinary use Animal Feed D.S.N° 015-1998-AG.
    • Safety Food Law ( D. L. No 1062 - June 28th, 2008 and its Regulation D.S. N° 034-2008-AG).
  • 6. Food Safety Permanent Multisectorial Commission MINSA chairs MINAG PRODUCE SOCIEDAD CIVIL
    • Functions: FOOD AND ANIMAL FEED SAFETY
    • Propose national policies.
    • Promote the harmonization and equivalence of national and international regulations.
    • Coordinate surveillance and control activities .
    • Propose a fast alert sanitary system (traceability).
    • Conciliate any conflicts about functions of the national, regional and local authorities.
    • Identify technical cooperation sources for management, development and research.
    • Convene government specialists, government agencies, private sector, academic experts, consumer organizations, among others, if necessary.
    • Issue technical opinion on regional regulations
  • 7. STRENGTH
    • Presence in regional and local governments.
    • Updated and harmonized standards under the Codex Alimentarius Commission and international standards .
    • We have a especific law which defined the functions and abilities for each sector.
    • SENASA has diagnostic centers (analysis in animal feed, vegetables and toxic waste in fresh food).
    • SENASA has funding for projects related to strengthening the food safety activities.
    • DIGESA has a record of industrial food processing establishments for human consumption that enable health monitoring.
    • DIGESA has on-going staff training on issues about food safety activities for their acreditation.
  • 8. WEAKNESSES
    • The Food Safety System does not have an integrated health alert system.
    • SENASA:
    • Diagnostic methods for detection of chemical residues and contaminants and microbiological in feed and fresh food have not validation, yet.
    • Not enough staff training on food safety activities.
    • P oor food production and primary processing culture among small producers.
    • DIGESA:
    • High turnover of inspectors staff in the country.
    • The private laboratories haven’t accredited all analytical methods (chemical and microbiological).
    • Have few resources to develop health monitoring activities survaillance sanitary.
  • 9. www.senasa.gob.pe
  • 10. www.digesa.minsa.gob.pe
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