Bacterias patógenas en leche cruda: problema de salud pública e inocuidad alimentaria

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Astrid Maribel Aguilera-Becerra
Eliana Ximena Urbano-Cáceres
Claudia Patricia Jaimes-Bernal

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Artículo de revisión que muestra el panorama global de la situación actual de la presencia de bacterias patógenas en leche cruda, la cual constituye un peligro para la salud de los seres humanos, para este propósito se realizó una búsqueda bibliográfica desde el año 2000 hasta el 2014, utilizando las palabras clave: Inocuidad de los alimentos, Productos lácteos, Inspección de alimentos, Leche, Bacterias gramnegativas y Bacterias grampositivas. El control
de calidad de la leche cruda es esencial para la salud humana y la competitividad en los mercados nacional e internacional, debido a lo anterior y a las dinámicas actuales en los mercados es necesario ofrecer a los productores de Boyacá herramientas de análisis que les ayuden a obtener leche de buena calidad, con alto valor nutricional e inocuidad, cumpliendo con las medidas higiénicas y sanitarias establecidas para la región cundiboyacense y el país, lo cual les garantizará, además, mejores beneficios económicos.

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