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    Meat is highly nutritious food for human beings since endlessness. It provides high quality protein, important minerals, vitamins etc. and is generally considered as nutrient rich food. The meat and meat products consumption has been increased globally with an increase in the urbanization and industrialization (Nam et al., 2010). But in parallel, Consumers increasingly demand safe and high quality meat products in terms of nutritional value, palatability and convenience. In the area of meat processing

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    especially in meat processing sector we can observe only a meagre amount of implementation of the automated industrial robots, apart from performing the basic or traditional process like picking, packing and palletisation. Meat processing includes various tasks like  meat selection  meat processing  meat cutting and slaughtering  picking and packing Automation is already into existence in term of downstream process like pick and packing process but for upstream process like meat cutting and slaughtering

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    Evisceration Process

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    Introduction A lot goes into the process of beef manufacturing. In fact, that process starts from the very second a calf is born, up until the calf has been slaughtered, processed, packaged, and sold. Every step is important and crucial to the quality of the meat that will be produced. In slaughtering the cattle there is a few basic, but fundamental steps: stunning, bleeding, transferring, skinning, evisceration, splitting, and then cooling. Equipment and its role in raising cattle In raising healthy cattle

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    Schlosser inspects the social and economic penalties of the processes of one specific section of the American food system: the fast food industry. Schlosser details the stages of the fast food production process, like the farms, the slaughterhouse and processing plant, and the fast food franchise itself. Schlosser uses his skill as a journalist to bring together appropriate historical developments and trends, illustrative statistics, and telling stories about the lives of industry participants. Schlosser

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    food preparation procedures and the corporate greed that is at the heart of the problem. Schlosser examines the meat packing industry and the stomach turning factors involved in the process of getting the meat on the bun. The exposure of the meat packing industry was almost identical to the work done by Upton Sinclair at the turn od the century. Upton Sinclair exposed the horrors of the meat pac...

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    Death at the Abattoir

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    Death at the Abattoir The first time Professor Marx mentioned that we would be given the opportunity to witness a pig slaughtering, I immediately decided that I would do it. I chose the Abattoir because I wanted to be informed about the process. As I walked down the path to the Abattoir I tried not to think about what I was about to witness. After passing through the huge metal doors, stepping in the soap water to disinfect the bottom of my shoes, putting on the hair net, the apron, and hard

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    The Butcher Shop

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    moved the carcass into a huge refrigerator. Inside an amiable man told us all about Cal Poly meat. The meat produced on campus is choice meat, sold at a good price right here in a building next to campus market. The animals on campus are all used for butcher, sale, or research. He had more work to do, but told us he could talk about their work all day. Having witnessed what goes on to provide us our meat, I felt even more comfortable with what I eat. The camaraderie amongst the butchers extended

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    Currently, meats and other foods have loose limitations on their quality. For example, a can of tomato soup can contain up to ten fly eggs in a normal sized glass cup. While this sounds horrid and abominable, current food policies have greatly increased in comparison to approximately a century or a little more ago. The inventions of different machinery that “cleanses” the meat, the changes of various slaughterhouses that have impacted the modern foods and other similar products as well as the usage

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    that may be present on meat products are mesophilic pathogens that grow at temperatures between 7 and 37°C (AFFCO, 2003). This growth range is referred to as the mesophile window, or the range where enteric pathogens are able to proliferate readily (AFFCO, 2003). Meat processing plants are therefore able to adequately control bacterial growth during the production process by regulating the product temperature. MPI imposes regulations for carcass and product cooling where all meat processors follow standard

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    and raised by independent farmers across the West because big meat processing companies have noticed that it takes too long and too much space to raise calves ready for feedlot. Once big enough and ready for the feedlot, the calf is taken away from his mother and enters the CAFO or what is also called a Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation. These animal cities are made to produce cheap meat by gathering as many animals or as much meat as possible in a single place and feed or force-feed them with

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