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Verification of good production practices that reduce the risk of exposure of pigs toTrichinella
Control of Trichinella infection in swine has traditionally been accomplished by inspection of individual carcasses or by postslaughter processing to inactivate parasites. Recent declines in prevalence of this parasite in domestic swine, coupled with improvements in swine management systems, offer the opportunity to document pork safety during the production phase. We report here on a certification pilot study using an audit to document good production practices for swine relative to the riskdoi:10.1051/parasite/200108s2233 pmid:11484365 fatcat:fgau7w43tvgylc2cqisqiybwha