HACCP Project on Toffee Ice Cream Production ( Andreas Carlsson )

HACCP project on toffee ice cream production

Andreas Carlsson
Food microbiology

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala

October, 2006

Table of contents

INTRODUCTION
ICE CREAM HISTORY
BACKGROUND ON HACCP
PRODUCTION PROCESS
HAZARD ANALYSIS
BACILLUS CEREUS
LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES
SALMONELLA
MYCOTOXINS
ALLERGENS
SUMMARY
CRITICAL CONTROL POINTS
RAW MATERIALS
PASTEURIZATION
AGING
TOFFEE ADDITION AND PACKAGING
HARDENING, STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION
VERIFICATION AND DOCUMENTATION
SUMMARY
REFERENCES

Introduction

In this report a small HACCP study will be performed for the making of an ice cream product. The concept of HACCP will get a brief presentation, as well as how the production is run. Then the HACCP study is presented.

The toffee ice cream (gräddkola), which is the subject of the study, is an ice cream product of SIA Glass AB, which has produced ice cream in western Sweden since 1961. The product is sold in 1.5-liter packs. The same flavour occurs in ice cream for scooping at vendors, but then the proportions in the recipe is altered.

The report is the result of a project work in a course in food microbiology in the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala. It will give a general picture of the health hazards that could be associated with ice cream making, and give an idea on what conclusions a HACCP study for this production could result in. When making an actual HACCP study many more hazards are discussed, so the scope of this report is limited. Another limitation is that the production plant has not been visited, which must be done in performing a HACCP study.


Source: http://www.promibi.se/haccp.pdf

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