Hazards associated with animal feed

Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting FAO headquarters, Rome, Italy 12–15 May 2015

Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting

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Abstract

The need for feed for terrestrial and aquatic animals continues to rise with the increasing demand for foods of animal origin; however, the challenge is not only to meet the growing need for feed but also to ensure its safety and thus contributing to the safety of the entire food chain. Feed safety incorporates the impact on human as well as animal health and welfare, which, in turn, can affect productivity. Hazards in feed may be inherent to feed ingredients as well as introduced during feed production, processing, handling, storage, transportation, and use. Hazards in feed may also result from accidental or deliberate human intervention.

The expert meeting reviewed and discussed potential hazards in feed of chemical, biological and physical origin. It addressed hazards, as well as their occurrence in feed are described, and transfer from feed to food, relevance for food safety, impact on animal health, and emerging issues and trends. In addition, specific consideration was given to feed and products of feed production technologies of increasing relevance, for instance insects, former food and food processing by-products, biofuels (bioethanol and biodiesel) by-products, aquatic plants and marine resources.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGeneva, Switzerland
PublisherWorld Health Organization
Number of pages265
ISBN (Electronic)978-92-131909-3
Publication statusPublished - 2019
SeriesFAO animal production and health / report
Number14

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Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting (2019). Hazards associated with animal feed: Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting FAO headquarters, Rome, Italy 12–15 May 2015. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization. FAO animal production and health / report, No. 14
Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting. / Hazards associated with animal feed : Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting FAO headquarters, Rome, Italy 12–15 May 2015. Geneva, Switzerland : World Health Organization, 2019. 265 p. (FAO animal production and health / report; No. 14).
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Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting 2019, Hazards associated with animal feed: Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting FAO headquarters, Rome, Italy 12–15 May 2015. FAO animal production and health / report, no. 14, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.

Hazards associated with animal feed : Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting FAO headquarters, Rome, Italy 12–15 May 2015. / Joint FAO/WHO expert meeting.

Geneva, Switzerland : World Health Organization, 2019. 265 p. (FAO animal production and health / report; No. 14).

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