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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Role Of Food Safety In Procedures Adopted For The Purchase Of Minimally Processed And Fresh Vegetables By Foodservices [segurança Alimentar E O Processo De Aquisição De Hortaliças In Natura E Minimamente Processadas Por Serviços De Alimentação]|
|Abstract:||This research was designed to analyze whether the procedures adopted by foodservice establishments for the purchase of minimally processed and fresh vegetables favor the acquisition of safe products. This research investigated the purchasing policies of such establishments, whether self-managed or administered by foodservice contractors, in the municipality of Campinas and its outlying districts. A random sample of thirty-nine establishments participated in the research. The instruments for data collection were pre-tested, and the actual interviews were conducted by trained personnel. Comparative analyses were made using various statistical tests. All of the participating establishments purchase fresh vegetables, although only six of them use minimally processed ones. For most of the establishments, price is at least one of the most important criteria for the selection of a supplier, and they do not normally monitor the safety of the fresh products purchased (51.3%), nor do they make regular technical visits to guarantee quality (46.2%); moreover, most do not carry out a supplier development program. It is suggested that routine technical visits to suppliers should be adopted, as well as the creation of courses, such as those dealing with the safety of vegetables and supplier development, to be offered to foodservices.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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