Milk borne disease

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BEST AND MOST COMPLETE OF ALL FOODS.
IT’S THE FIRST FOOD WE TASTE.
GOOD SOURCE OF PROTEINS, FATS, SUGARS, VITAMINES AND MINERALS.
CONTAINS ALL NUTRIENTS NECESSARY FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT.

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Milk borne disease

  1. 1. MILK- BORNE DISEASES<br />
  2. 2. MILK- FACTS<br /><ul><li>Best and most complete of all foods.
  3. 3. It’s the first food we taste.
  4. 4. Good source of proteins, fats, sugars, vitamines and minerals.
  5. 5. Contains all nutrients necessary for growth and development.</li></li></ul><li>NUTRITIVE VALUES<br />
  6. 6. MILK- PRODUCTS<br /><ul><li>BUTTER
  7. 7. GHEE
  8. 8. CHEESE
  9. 9. DRIED AND CONDENSED MILK
  10. 10. WHOLE MILK
  11. 11. KHOA
  12. 12. ICE CREAM
  13. 13. SKIMMED MILK
  14. 14. TONED MILK
  15. 15. VEGETABLE MILK</li></li></ul><li>SOURCE OF INFECTION<br />THE DAIRY ANIMAL<br />HUMAN HANDLER<br />THE ENVIRONMENT<br />Your own footer<br />Your Logo<br />
  16. 16. DISEASES<br />
  17. 17. FROM ANIMALS TO HUMAN<br />
  18. 18. FROM HUMAN TO HUMAN THROUGH MILK<br />
  19. 19. PASTEURIZATION OF MILK<br />Defined as the heating of milk to such temp and for such periods of time as are required to destroy any pathogens that may be present while causing minimal changes in the composition, flavour, and nutritive value. (WHO 1970)<br />
  20. 20. CLEAN AND SAFE MILK<br /><ul><li>HEALTHY AND CLEAN ANIMAL.
  21. 21. WHERE THE ANIMAL IS HOUSED AND MILKED SHOULD BE SANITARY.
  22. 22. MILK VESSELS MUST BE STERILE AND KEPT COVERED.
  23. 23. BACTERIOLOGICALLY SAFE WATER SUPPLY.
  24. 24. MILK HANDLER MUST BE FREE FROM COMMUNICABLE DISEASES.
  25. 25. CLEANLINESS OF ALL CONTAINERS AND EQUIPMENTS IN WHICH MILK IS HANDLED.</li></li></ul><li>PREVENTION OF MILK BORNE INFECTIOUS DISEASES<br />
  26. 26. <ul><li>DON’T DRINK RAW MILK.
  27. 27. KEEP DIARY PRODUCTS REFRIGERATED WITHIN THE EXPIRATION DATE MARKED ON THE PACKAGE.
  28. 28. PROPER HEATING OF MILK.
  29. 29. WASH HAND BEFORE HANDLING MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS.
  30. 30. UTENSILS MUST BE CLEANED PROPERLY BEFORE BOILING, STORING, AND USING.
  31. 31. MILK MUST BE SAVED AGAINST MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION.</li></li></ul><li>THANK <br />YOU!<br />Arun Raj P<br />

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