Microbiological analysis of surfaces in butchers of the municipal market of Cuiabá/ Análisis microbiológico de superficies en carnicerías del mercado municipal de Cuiabá/ Análise microbiológica de superfícies em açougues do mercado municipal de Cuiabá

Autores

  • Evangreize Lara Centro Universitário UNIRONDON
  • Camila Laturner Felix Centro Universitário Cândido Rondon
  • Tiffany Dias Duarte Centro Universitário UNIRONDON
  • Viviane Karolina Vivi Centro Universitário UNIRONDON

Palavras-chave:

Commerce, Meat, Hygiene.

Resumo

Objective: to isolate enterobacteria, especially the thermotolerant, present on the surfaces of knives, trays and cutting boards used in the handling of meat in butchers. Method: cross-sectional study, conducted from April to October 2017 in nine establishments that sell meat products in Cuiabá – Mato Grosso, Brasil. Surface samples were collected from three different utensils: knife, board and tray. Results: Among utensils used on handling poultry meat, the knife got greater growth of enterobacteria (4,36x104 UFC/cm2). The cutting board intended for pork also reported higher 7,44x104 UFC/cm2. For beef, the tray and the board respectively, had scores of 2,5x105 UFC/cm2 and 2,41x105 UFC/cm2. The high growth of enterobacteria is justified by the grooves contained in these tools, poor maintenance and hygiene. It was also observed the presence of 27% of fecal coliforms and 73% of total coliforms. Conclusion: from the data obtained it is inferred that the hygienic and sanitary conditions are not in accordance with the RDC No. 216/2004.

Biografia do Autor

Evangreize Lara, Centro Universitário UNIRONDON

Laboratório Escola de Análises Clínicas - LEAC

Setor de microbiologia

Camila Laturner Felix, Centro Universitário Cândido Rondon

Laboratório Escola de Análises Clínicas - LEAC

Setor de microbiologia

Tiffany Dias Duarte, Centro Universitário UNIRONDON

Laboratório Escola de Análises Clínicas - LEAC

Setor de microbiologia

Viviane Karolina Vivi, Centro Universitário UNIRONDON

Laboratório Escola de Análises Clínicas - LEAC

Setor de microbiologia

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01/12/2019

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Lara, E., Felix, C. L., Duarte, T. D., & Vivi, V. K. (2019). Microbiological analysis of surfaces in butchers of the municipal market of Cuiabá/ Análisis microbiológico de superficies en carnicerías del mercado municipal de Cuiabá/ Análise microbiológica de superfícies em açougues do mercado municipal de Cuiabá. Journal Health NPEPS, 4(2), 253–267. Recuperado de https://periodicos.unemat.br/index.php/jhnpeps/article/view/4047

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