CLIMATE CHANGE: IMPACT ON MYCOTOXINS INCIDENCE AND FOOD SAFETY


https://doi.org/10.21323/2414-438X-2019-4-1-9-16

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Climate change may have an impact on the occurrence of food safety hazards along the entire agri-food chain, from farm to fork. The interactions between environmental factors and food contamination, food safety and foodborne diseases are very complex, dynamic and difficult to predict. Extreme weather conditions such as floods and droughts which have not occurred previously in Serbia, may be supporting factors to contamination of crops by various species of toxigenic fungi and related mycotoxins. Mycotoxins are a group of naturally occurring toxic chemical substances, produced mainly by microscopic filamentous fungal species that commonly grow on a number of crops and that cause adverse health effects when consumed by humans and animals. Recent drought and then flooding confirmed that Serbia is one of the few European countries with very high risk exposure to natural hazards, as well as that mycotoxins are one of the foodborne hazards most susceptible to climate change.


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Dragan Milicevic
Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology
Сербия и Черногория

DVM, MSc, PhD, Senior Research Associate, Adviser of Director for scientific research

11040 Belgrade, Kacanskog 13 Serbia. Tel.: +381112650655



Brankica Lakicevic
Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology
Сербия и Черногория

MSc, PhD, Senior Research Associate, Department of microbiological and molecular - biological research

11040 Belgrade, Kacanskog 13 Serbia.Tel.: +381112650655



Radivoj Petronijevic
Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology
Сербия и Черногория

MSc, PhD, Research associate, Department of chemical and physical-chemical analyses

11040 Belgrade, Kacanskog 13 Serbia. Tel.: +381112650655



Zoran Petrovic
Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology
Сербия и Черногория

MSc, Phd, Research associate, Coordinator of the Institute’s Management System

11040 Belgrade, Kacanskog 13 Serbia. Tel.: +381112650655



Jelena Jovanovic
Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology
Сербия и Черногория

DVM, Research assistant, Department of sensory and physical testing and parasitology

11040 Belgrade, Kacanskog 13 Serbia.Tel.: +381112650655



Srdjan Stefanovic
Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology
Сербия и Черногория

PhD, Research associate, Department for residues testing

11040 Belgrade, Kacanskog 13 Serbia.Tel.: +381112650655



Sasa Jankovic
Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology
Сербия и Черногория

PhD, Research associate, Department for residues testing

11040 Belgrade, Kacanskog 13 Serbia. Tel.: +381112650655



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Для цитирования: Milicevic D., Lakicevic B., Petronijevic R., Petrovic Z., Jovanovic J., Stefanovic S., Jankovic S. CLIMATE CHANGE: IMPACT ON MYCOTOXINS INCIDENCE AND FOOD SAFETY. Теория и практика переработки мяса. 2019;4(1):9-16. https://doi.org/10.21323/2414-438X-2019-4-1-9-16

For citation: Milicevic D., Lakicevic B., Petronijevic R., Petrovic Z., Jovanovic J., Stefanovic S., Jankovic S. CLIMATE CHANGE: IMPACT ON MYCOTOXINS INCIDENCE AND FOOD SAFETY. Theory and practice of meat processing. 2019;4(1):9-16. https://doi.org/10.21323/2414-438X-2019-4-1-9-16

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