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      Diseño de un plan de análisis de peligros y puntos críticos de control (HACCP) para el aseguramiento de la inocuidad de la mortadela elaborada por una empresa de productos cárnicos Translated title: Design of a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) Plan to assure the safety of a bologna product produced by a meat processing plant.

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          RESUMEN. El Análisis de Peligros y Puntos Críticos de Control, conocido universalmente por sus siglas en inglés como HACCP, es un programa integral sistemático de identificación y estimación del peligro (microbiológico, químico y/o físico) y sus riesgos generados durante la producción primaria, el procesamiento o elaboración, almacenamiento, distribución, expendio y consumo de alimentos. Establecer un programa de HACCP permite enfatizar más en la prevención que en la detección, disminuye los costos, minimiza el riesgo de fabricar productos defectuosos, ofrece mayor confianza a la gerencia, fortalece la competitividad nacional e internacional, entre otras ventajas. Este trabajo es una propuesta basada en el diseño de un programa de HACCP orientado a garantizar la inocuidad de la Mortadela tipo Especial elaborada por una industria de productos cárnicos, a través de la determinación de peligros (microbiológicos, químicos o físicos), la identificación de puntos críticos de control (PCC), el establecimiento de límites críticos, el plan de acciones correctivas y el establecimiento de procedimientos de documentación y verificación. La metodología utilizada se fundamentó en la aplicación de los Siete Principios Básicos establecidos por el Codex Alimentarius, obteniendo como resultado el diseño de dicho programa. En vista de que recientemente se vinculan los productos cárnicos con patógenos como E. coli O157:H7 y Listeria monocytogenes, éstos se contemplaron como peligros microbiológicos para el establecimiento del plan HACCP, cuya aplicación garantizará la obtención de productos inocuos.

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          SUMMARY. The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a systematic integral program used to identify and estimate the hazards (microbiological, chemical and physical) and the risks generated during the primary production, processing, storage, distribution, expense and consumption of foods. To establish a program of HACCP has advantages, being some of them: to emphasize more in the prevention than in the detection, to diminish the costs, to minimize the risk of manufacturing faulty products, to allow bigger trust to the management, to strengthen the national and international competitiveness, among others. The present work is a proposal based on the design of an HACCP program to guarantee the safety of the Bologna Special Type elaborated by a meat products industry, through the determination of hazards (microbiological, chemical or physical), the identification of critical control points (CCP), the establishment of critical limits, plan corrective actions and the establishment of documentation and verification procedures. The used methodology was based in the application of the seven basic principles settled down by the Codex Alimentarius, obtaining the design of this program. In view of the fact that recently the meat products are linked with pathogens like E. coli O157:H7 and Listeria monocytogenes, these were contemplated as microbiological hazard for the establishment of the HACCP plan whose application will guarantee the obtaining of a safe product.

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                alan
                Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutrición
                ALAN
                Sociedad Latinoamericana de Nutrición (Caracas )
                0004-0622
                March 2004
                : 54
                : 1
                : 72-80
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                S0004-06222004000100011
                eebdc1a3-8efa-44d3-8ab0-468715668e27

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                NUTRITION & DIETETICS

                Nutrition & Dietetics
                HACCP,safety,meat products,bologna,inocuidad,productos cárnicos,mortadela
                Nutrition & Dietetics
                HACCP, safety, meat products, bologna, inocuidad, productos cárnicos, mortadela

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