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Apertura della Special Issue "Safety and Quality of Food of Animal Origin" su Applied Sciences

È attiva e on-line la Call for Papers per la Special Issue "Safety and Quality of Food of Animal Origin" sulla rivista scientifica Applied Sciences (IF: 2.217) sezione: “Food Science and Technology”.

Guest Editors: Claudia M. Balzaretti (Università degli Studi di Milano), Marta Castrica (Università degli Studi di Milano), Laura Menchetti (Università degli Studi Perugia), Dino Miraglia (Università degli Studi di Perugia) e Luigi Bonizzi (Università degli Studi di Milano)

La rivista scientifica che ospita la Special Issue è del tipo Gold Open Access, per maggiori informazioni è possibile consultare il seguente link:

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/applsci/special_issues/Animal_Origin_Food

La scadenza per l'invio di contributi è fissata al 31 maggio 2021.

 

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Special Issue information

Dear Colleagues,

We are inviting the submission of reviews and original research papers that present basic and applied research into the safety and quality of food of animal origin.

The safety and quality of food of animal origin for human consumption has become an essential part of the public health debate. At the international level, the principles of equivalence, harmonization, transparency of food safety systems and risk assessment methods based on these principles are of fundamental importance. In order to minimize the risks and to prevent foodborne hazards of animal origin, a “from farm to fork” approach is required for all stages of the food chain.

In recent years, public concern about the safety of foods of animal origin has heightened due to problems arising from BSE, dioxin contamination, outbreaks of foodborne bacterial infections, veterinary drug residues, and antimicrobial resistance, and reviews and original articles dealing with these topics are welcome.

Moreover, any kind of contribution to intelligent and active packaging that can extend the shelf life of food of animal origin, scientific studies on rapid and smart diagnostic devices to be used onsite for preliminary health profile assessments are also welcome.

Also appreciated are original articles about sustainable chains which enhance local animal products and new integrated approaches that can allow a safe recovery of food of animal origin in the third sector (charitable organizations) ensuring, in the recovery chain, the application of correct hygiene procedures for social solidarity purposes.

Dr. Claudia M. Balzaretti - Dr. Marta Castrica - Dr. Laura Menchetti - Dr. Dino Miraglia - Prof. Dr. Luigi Bonizzi

Guest Editors

Keywords

  • Food supply chain integration
  • Safety of food of animal origin
  • Quality assurance
  • Public health
  • Innovative and active packaging
  • Smart diagnostic device
  • Sustainable food supply chain
  • Food safety in food recovery chain

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06 maggio 2020
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