News in FLEISCHWIRTSCHAFT International 6/10

by Editor fleischwirtschaft.com
Tuesday, November 30, 2010


Contents of
FLEISCHWIRTSCHAFT International No. 6, December  2010

World Meat Congress
Conserving resources - boosting productivity

Country Special India
S.K. Ranjhan
Indian vis-à-vis international meat sector

Cole Martin
Buffalo meat on the rise

Quality

Wiebe van der Sluis
Improving performance and appearance


Safety

John N. Sofos
Biofilms - importance and need for control

Lüppo Ellerbroek

Quality of the database determines risks

Martin Alm

Second TSE road map: It's time to act

Sectoral Software

Martin Schröders
Development remains transparent at all times

Process Optimisation

Markus Pannicke and Jan Grütter
End-to-end solution for the meat industry

Cooling Logistics

Markus Dufner
A number of issues to consider

Reinhard Schönfeld

Climate-controlled transport of fresh produce

Planning

Dirk Kölling
Legal requirements are decisive

Environment
Anja Toussaint
Realisable concepts of savings

Ranking
Financial crisis inhibits growth


Research & Development

L. Alban and L. Lund Sørensen: Hot-water decontamination - an effective way of reducing risk of Salmonella in pork

S.K. Shrestha, R.S. Aulakh, J.S. Bedi and J.P.S. Gill:
Determination of organochlorine pesticide residues in sheep meat in Punjab, India

F.B. Luciano and R.A. Holley:
Bacterial degradation of glucosinolates and its influence on the growth of O157:H7 Investigations in a dry fermented sausage model - Part 1

G. Kandeepan, A.S.R. Anjaneyulu, N. Kondaiah and S.K. Mendiratta:
Effect of age and gender on quality attributes of buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) meat patties

J. Kuzniacka, M. Adamski and A. Jaroszewska:
Meat traits of pheasants from different origin and at different age

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