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Hig. aliment ; 30(258/259): 27-31, 30/08/2016.
Article in Portuguese | LILACS | ID: biblio-2528

ABSTRACT

A carne bovina é um importante segmento do agronegócio brasileiro, com significativa participação no valor das exportações do País. Visando manter-se competitivo frente às exigências do mercado externo, principalmente europeu, o Brasil implementou o Sistema de Identificação e Certificação de Bovinos e Bubalinos (SISBOV). Este sistema tem como objetivo monitorar toda cadeia produtiva brasileira, certificando que o Brasil exporta um produto livre de contaminação. Este trabalho teve como objetivo analisar as adequações que o Brasil realizou no seu sistema agroindustrial com a finalidade de atender ao mercado internacional. Utilizou-se uma metodologia exploratória, por meio de revisão bibliográfica no período de 2007 a 2015. A implantação de um sistema de rastreabilidade na indústria provocou uma série de modificações em toda a cadeia produtiva brasileira, porém, o alto custo deste sistema para o pecuarista, conjugado a pontos falhos na legislação brasileira, vem limitando o desempenho brasileiro. A necessidade de mais investimentos na cadeia produtiva torna-se inquestionável.


The brazilian feed has undergone great changes due to the need of fast and practical foods. Thus there is a great demand for ready meals, represented by the street food, increasing street food trade. Besides the ease in acquiring food ready for consumption, the quality verification necessary that the food reaches the consumer, from raw materials to finished product. The aimed of this work evaluate the implementation of good manufacturing practices in the handling of meat products from street vendors barbecue spit and establishments in fair of the Porto in Cuiabá, Mato Grosso. It was evaluated through of observation in locu using checklist based on the current brazilian law, in ten different points of barbecue spit sales in the central region due to the large number of people daily circulate and eight meat marketing outlets in the fair of the Porto, much frequented by the region locals. The results of the item regarding human resources among street vendors showed 84% of noncompliance, regarding the general aspects of environmental conditions, 95% had non-compliance and for the general aspects of plant and equipment was obtained 58% of non-compliance, for the ten points of sales observed. Between the outlets of meat was observed 73,7% non-compliance to management the item raw material and 84% for evaluation of buildings and facilities. According to the checklist applied for verification of Good Manufacturing PracticeGMP in both data collection points, it is concluded that in general all points of sales are outside the standards set by legislation, not allowing the guarantee of food quality insurance to consumer health.


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Animals , Cattle , Exportation of Products , Control and Sanitary Supervision of Foods and Beverages , Agribusiness , Meat/economics , Quality Control , Brazil , Food Contamination/prevention & control , Street Food , Products Commerce
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