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PRINCIPLES OF FOOD SANITATION, 5th edit.
by Norman Marriott, RB Gravani 370, 2005
Provides those interested with the information necessary to ensure hygienic practices in food production. Concise, thorough discussions of the principles related to contamination, cleaning compounds, sanitizers, cleaning equipment, waste disposal, pest control, and the effectiveness of monitoring sanitation.

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HACCP, A Practical Approach
by Sara Mortimore & Carol Wallace, 403 pages, 1998
The authors brings the reader up-to-date with current thinking, including the use of modular HACCP systems and even generic HACCP in some sectors. Great attention is paid to planning and implementation, and the theory is illustrated with a completely new set of case studies.
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. HACCP USER'S MANUAL
Donald Corlett Jr., 519 pages, 1998
This book provides comprehensive information on existing HACCP systems, current FDA and USDA regulations, and procedures for application of the system, as well as sanitation standard operating procedures (SSOPs). A step-by-step through the process of tailoring and operating a HACCP system to fit your operation. Details on how to develop and implement a HACCP plan, and how to operate the HACCP system, including organization of record-keeping techniques are also included.
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CLEANING-IN-PLACE: Dairy, Food and Beverage Operations,
Third Edition

Edited by A.Y. Tamime, 250, 2008
This is the third edition of the Society of Dairy Technology's highly successful volume on CIP. This book addresses the principles of cleaning operations, water supply issues and the science of detergents and disinfectants. Aspects of equipment design relevant to ease of cleaning, as well as the assessment of cleaning efficiency and the management of cleaning operations are covered in special chapters. A new chapter on membrane cleaning is also included.
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ISO 9000 QUALITY SYSTEM, Applications in Food and Technology
by Debbie Newslow, 241 pages, 2001
This books is meant to serve as a technical reference, providing guidance and assistance in applying the requirements of ISO 9001 to food and food-related industries. The text addresses the concept, concerns, and potential pitfalls toward certification along with specific requirements and various options that can be applied.
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FOOD SAFETY HANDBOOK
by Ronald H. Schmidt and Gary E. Rodrick, 850 pages, 2003
This handbook categorizes and defines real and perceived safety issues surrounding food, providing scientifically non-biased perspectives on issues for professional and general readers. Each part is divided by chapters, which are then organized into the following structure: Introduction and Definition of Issues; Background and Historical Significance; Scientific Basis and Implications; Regulatory, Industrial, and International Implications; and Current and Future Implications.
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FOOD PLANT SANITATION
edited by Y.H. Hui, Bernard Bruinsma, J. Richard Gorham, Wai-Kit, Nip, Phillip Tong, Phil Ventresca, 745 pages, 2002.
This book gathers previously scattered information on the fundamental and practical aspects of sanitation in food production. A thorough treatise providing basic, hands-on information for the day-to-day operations in a food processing facility.  The book covers nine major areas from major biological and nonbiological contaminants to commodity processing.
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GUIDE FOR DAIRY MANAGERS ON WASTAGE PREVENTION IN DAIRY PLANTS
published by the International Dairy Federation, 49 pages, 2004
This guide covers process description, types of waste, sources of loss, and waste reduction practices, together with advice on minimizing environmental impact and cost. Technical aspects and systematic wastage management make up an overall environmental management system. Methods of measuring flow; sampling and methods of analysis are covered.
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MANAGING FOOD INDUSTRY WASTE
by Robert R. Zall, 182 pages, 2004
The author explains how to identify the actual losses sent to drains and sewage treatment plants; how to pinpoint which unit processes generate these losses; and how to uncover hidden losses previously dismissed as "materials unaccounted for." A common sense discussion aimed squarely at food processing managers. This book is filled with invaluable waste management concepts and practical methods for implementation.


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