Improving of veterinary and sanitary control of milk from large dairy processing companies

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The article presents the results of comparative studies of quality and safety of milk by test-kits and instrumentation control, enabling the identification of timely and effective in collecting content mastitis in raw milk and the presence of antibiotics, as well as its contamination by microorganisms. The test was established on a large dairy company “Danone industry” and revealed the contents of mastitis in milk 2,72-5,96%, the presence of antibiotics - to 12,39-17,48% and increased contamination by microorganisms in 12,50% of the investigated parties. In the study of the milk by test systems and devices produced results that correspond to those of conventional methods. The use of raw milk monitoring express methods when applying for processing reduces the time of production of veterinary and sanitary control and discard the parties of raw milk which do not meet the requirements of regulatory documents.

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I G Seregin

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

Author for correspondence.
Email: nikitchenko@mail.ru
Miklukho-Maklay str., 8/9, Moscow, Russia, 117198

D V Nikitchenko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

Email: nikitchenko@mail.ru
Miklukho-Maklay str., 8/9, Moscow, Russia, 117198

L G Korolyova

LLC «Danone industry»

Email: sereginig@mgupp.ru
Polevaja ul., 4, p. Ljubuchany, Chehovskij district, Moskovskaja region, Russia, 142380

G V Snoz

Moscow state academy of veterinary medicine and biotechnology named K.I. Skryabin

Email: v.e.nikitchenko@mail.ru
Akademika Skryabina str., 23, Moscow, Russia, 109472

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