|Tipo di tesi||Tesi di laurea magistrale|
|Titolo||APPLICAZIONE DELL'ADD-ON PLUS DELLO STANDARD GLOBALG.A.P. NEL SETTORE DELLE INSALATE PER LA IV GAMMA: CASI AZIENDALI|
|Titolo in inglese||APPLICATION OF THE ADD-ON PLUS OF THE GLOBALG.A.P. STANDARD IN THE SECTOR OF SALADS FOR THE IV RANGE: COMPANY CASES|
|Struttura||Dipartimento di Scienze della Vita|
|Corso di studi||CONTROLLO E SICUREZZA DEGLI ALIMENTI (D.M.270/04) (RE)|
|Data inizio appello||2020-12-10|
|Disponibilità||Accessibile via web (tutti i file della tesi sono accessibili)|
Questo elaborato si propone di descrivere le attività svolte presso e in collaborazione con la società ANIMA MUNDI s.n.c. di Sassuolo (MO), che offre servizi di consulenza nel settore agroalimentare, per l’introduzione di una serie di requisiti basati sullo standard di buone pratiche McDonald’s.
This paper aims to describe the activities carried out at and in collaboration with the company ANIMA MUNDI s.n.c. of Sassuolo (MO), which offers consultancy services in the agri-food sector, for the introduction of a series of requirements based on the McDonald's standard of good practices. Specifically, here we deal with the introduction of the new GLOBALG.A.P. ADD-On, called PLUS, whose application is required by McDonald's to its suppliers of fresh vegetables and which involves both farms and subsequent processors. This was followed by a number of baby leaf companies for the IV range market, located in the province of Bergamo and already adhering to certified protocols for years. The goal was to address the required requirements both through dedicated risk analysis and by developing management tools that are easy to apply. In this regard, it was initially intended to develop a dedicated APP to facilitate the registration of events in the company; however, this project was set aside following the events connected with the pandemic still in progress. For each company, the following steps were taken: - assess the risks associated with the possible microbiological contamination from the presence of nearby livestock farms, based on a dedicated methodology developed during the study; - indicate critical issues and suggest practicable mitigation measures; - formalize check lists or other registration tools for managing the required monitoring. We realize that this first approach, while functional to the objective of the planned certification, is only a further non-definitive step towards the goal of an ever higher food safety of the products studied.