TAMU ANSC 307 - Final Exam Study Guide (40 pages)

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Texas A&M University
Course:
Ansc 307 - Meats
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ANSC 307 Final Exam Study Guide Lectures 1 20 Lecture 1 September 3 and September 8 Meat Inspection Meat Grading vs Meat Inspection Meat Grading Voluntary service plants pay a fee Ex USDA Choice USDA Yield Grade Meat Inspection Mandatory service plants do not pay except for overtime and holiday needs Cannot sell meat without inspection food must be safe and sanitary for public to eat Reasons for meat inspection 1 Failure of Europeans to recognize our meat inspection laws of the late 1800s 2 President Theodore Roosevelt investigation of Chicago meat packers testimony to Senate Investigating Committee regarding the Embalmed Beef Scandal Conditions in Chicago Stockyards message from president to the House of Representatives 3 Upton Sinclair s book The Jungle exposed unsanitary conditions in the meat packing industry These reasons led to passage of the Meat Inspection Act of 1906 June 30 1906 Meat Inspectors identify meat as Healthy no disease Sound clean sanitary Wholesome not adulterated Properly Labeled it is what it says it is Functions of meat Inspection Detection and destruction of diseased and or contaminated meat Assurance of clean and sanitary handling and preparation Minimization of microbiological contamination of meat Prevention of adulteration and the presence of chemical or drug residues0 Prevention of false labeling Application of the inspection stamp Jurisdiction of meat inspection Federal government if meat is to be sold in interstate or foreign commerce or State government if meat is to be sold only in intrastate commerce Wholesome Meat Act 1967 Federal meat inspection Also called Equal To law Required states that have inspection programs equal to that of federal government Administered by United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service The original Meat Inspection Act was renamed Federal Meat Inspection Act FMIA Texas Meat and Poultry Inspection Act 1969 Texas meat inspection Administered by Texas Department of State Health



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