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1 HACCP-Based Inspection Models Project: FSIS Results of Models Verification Testing June 5, 2002 Dr. Columb Rigney United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service Office of Public Health and Science

2 Number Name Location P 165H OK Foods Inc. Heavener, OK P 165SOK Foods Inc. Ft. Smith, AR P 177ConAgra Poultry Companies Gainesville, GA P 192Gold Kist Inc. Guntersville, AL P 206Pilgrims’ Pride Corporation Nacogdoches, TX P 290Townsends Inc. Siler City, NC P 341Golden Rod Broilers Inc. Cullman, AL P 468Townsends of Arkansas Inc. Batesville, AR P 517Marshall Durbin Poultry Co. Hattiesburg, MS P 548Cagle’s Inc. Collinsville, AL The 20 Young Chicken Establishments comprising FSIS Organoleptic Verification and Pathogen Reduction/HACCP Microbial Data

3 Number Name Location P 584Pilgrims’ Pride Corporation Mount Pleasant, TX P 687Columbia Farms Inc. West Columbia, SC P 727Simmons Foods Inc. Southwest City, MO P 758Choctaw Foods Inc. Carthage, MS P 810Pilgrims’ Pride Inc. Moorefield, WV P 1249Georges Chicken LLC Edinburg, VA P 1307Marshall Durbin & Co. Inc. Jasper, AL P 6505Norman W. Fries Inc. Claxton, GA P 7987Amick Processing Inc. Batesburg, SC P 20245Cagle’s – Keystone Foods LLC Albany, KY The 20 Young Chicken Establishments comprising FSIS Organoleptic Verification and Pathogen Reduction/HACCP Microbial Data

4 HACCP-Based Inspection Models Project: FSIS Results of Organoleptic Verification Testing

5 Performed on randomly selected carcasses from all production lines Performed by FSIS Verification Inspectors Performed as two - 10 bird tests per line per shift Performed at a minimum frequency of 50 scheduled tests per shift Performed independently of unscheduled tests conducted at the discretion of the IIC/SVMO FSIS Organoleptic Verification Testing: Other Consumer Protection

6 OCP-1 Condition - Animal Diseases airsacculitis, arthritis, ascites, avian leukosis complex, avian tuberculosis, cadaver, carcinoma, enteritis, erysipelas, generalized inflammatory process, nephritis, osteomyelitis, pericarditis, sarcoma, salpingitis, and tenosynovitis OCP-2 Condition - Miscellaneous breast blister, bruises, external mutilation, fractures, localized inflammatory process, overscald, and sores/scabs Other Consumer Protection (OCP) Performance Standard Categories

7 OCP-3 Contamination - Digestive Content ingesta OCP-4 Dressing Defects - Otherbile, extraneous material, feathers, lung, oil gland, and trachea OCP-5 Dressing Defects - Digestive Tract Tissuebursa of fabricius, cloaca, crop, esophagus, and intestine Other Consumer Protection (OCP) Performance Standard Categories

8 FSIS Models Results from Verification Testing OCP-1: Condition - Animal Diseases

9 FSIS Models Results from Verification Testing OCP-2: Condition - Miscellaneous

10 FSIS Models Results from Verification Testing OCP-3: Contamination - Ingesta

11 FSIS Models Results from Verification Testing OCP-4: Dressing Defects - Other

12 FSIS Models Results from Verification Testing OCP-5: Dressing Defects - Digestive Tract Tissue

13 Performed on randomly selected carcasses from all production lines Performed by FSIS Verification Inspectors Performed as eight-10 bird tests per line per shift Performed independently of unscheduled tests conducted at the discretion of IIC/SVMO FSIS Organoleptic Verification Testing: Food Safety

14 FS-1 Condition - Infectious septicemia, toxemia FS-2 Contamination - Digestive Content fecal material Food Safety (FS) Performance Standard Categories

15 FSIS Models Results from Verification Testing FS-1: Condition - Infectious

16 FSIS Models Results from Verification Testing FS-2: Contamination - Fecal Material

17 HACCP-Based Inspection Models Project: FSIS Results of Pathogen Reduction/HACCP Microbial Verification Testing

18 Performed on randomly selected carcasses Performed by FSIS personnel Performed as a whole bird rinse Performed as a sample set of 51 carcasses Performed similarly in traditional and models establishments FSIS PR/HACCP Microbial Verification Testing: Young Chickens (Broilers) -Salmonella

19 FSIS PR/HACCP Verification Data Salmonella - Traditional Systems

20 FSIS PR/HACCP Verification Data Salmonella - HIMP System

21 FSIS PR/HACCP Verification Data: Salmonella

22 FSIS PR/HACCP Verification Data: Salmonella

23 Salmonella Verification Testing - Performance Standard 20.0 % 2001 National Verification Average (All Establishments - ‘A’ Sets)11.9 % Salmonella Prevalence - 20 Establishments - Traditional 7.6 % Salmonella Prevalence - 20 Establishments - HIMP 8.0 % FSIS PR/HACCP Microbial Verification Testing Summary: Young Chickens (Broilers)

24 9 of 20 establishments exhibited a lower Salmonella prevalence (%) in traditional systems. 9 of 20 exhibited a lower Salmonella prevalence (%) in models (HIMP). 1 of 20 establishments exhibited no change in Salmonella prevalence (%) between traditional and models (HIMP). 1 of 20 establishments had too few microbial tests completed in traditional to be comparable to testing in models (HIMP). FSIS PR/HACCP Microbial Verification Testing Summary: Young Chickens (Broilers)

25 Completed Sample Sets Passed Failed 20 Establishments - Traditional Systems Establishments - HIMP System 22 1 FSIS PR/HACCP Microbial Verification Testing Summary: Young Chickens (Broilers)


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