1 National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark2 Division of Food Chemistry, National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark3 Division of Toxicology and Risk Assessment, National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark4 Danish Plant Directorate
Animal Feed Contamination: Effects on Livestock and Food Safety
By-products are secondary or discarded products from manufacturing. Contamination of by-products used for feed may result in carryover to animal food products and hence have impact on either animal health or food safety. Feed by-products from bioethanol production include, for example, 'dried distillers grain' (DDG) and 'dried distillers grain with solubles' (DDGS) from generation bioethanol production, C5-molasses from generation bioethanol production and glycerol from biodiesel production. By-products from food industry may comprise discarded or downgraded food and food surplus or secondary products such as peels, pulpettes, molasses, whey, mask, oil cakes, etc. Contamination of by-products and possible impacts are presented.
Animal Feed Contamination, 2012, p. 514-539
animal feed; dried distillers grain; dried distillers grain with solubles; food industry by-product; food safety; health safety; bioethanol synthesis; biofuel; C5-molasses; glycerol 56-81-5; 10060, Biochemistry studies - General; 13202, Nutrition - General studies, nutritional status and methods; 37014, Public health - Sewage disposal and sanitary measures; Sanitation; Nutrition; Waste Management
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Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition