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Food Safety and Quality Land O’Lakes School Nutrition Programs. Commodities Monetized. Albania (soybean) Angola (NFDM) Bangladesh (wheat, NFDM, soybean oil) Democratic Republic of Congo (wheat) Guatemala (soybean meal) Indonesia (NFDM) Kenya (wheat) Madagascar (wheat)

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food safety and quality land o lakes school nutrition programs
Food Safety and Quality

Land O’Lakes School Nutrition Programs

commodities monetized
Commodities Monetized
  • Albania (soybean)
  • Angola (NFDM)
  • Bangladesh (wheat, NFDM, soybean oil)
  • Democratic Republic of Congo (wheat)
  • Guatemala (soybean meal)
  • Indonesia (NFDM)
  • Kenya (wheat)
  • Madagascar (wheat)
  • Montenegro (corn, soybean meal)
slide3

Commodities Monetized

  • Mozambique (wheat)
  • Pakistan (NFDM)
  • Philippines (NFDM, soybean meal, peas)
  • Sri Lanka (red lentils, vegetable oil)
  • Tanzania (wheat)
  • Uganda (wheat)
  • Uzbekistan (NFDM)
  • Vietnam (soybean meal, NFDM, wheat)
  • Zambia (wheat)
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Land O’Lakes Story of NFDM

  • Product Development and Packaging
  • Selection of Processors
  • Quality Control/Building Local Capacities
  • Application to Other Commodities
product development and packaging
Product Development and Packaging
  • NFDM: shelf life of 1 year (+/-) in highly controlled environment
  • Converted to liquid milk: shelf life of few hours
  • UHT milk – shelf life of six months
    • Specialized process and unique packaging
selection of processors
Selection of Processors
  • Fact-finding mission: Land O’Lakes, Tetra Pak, local industry leaders
  • Audit of the facilities: building, collection systems, lab, testing procedures, general layout, equipment, packaging, process lines, utilities, engine room, refrigeration, warehouses
  • Sanitation procedures and effluent discharge
  • Environmental considerations
  • Recall procedures
quality control building local capacities
Quality Control/Building Local Capacities

- GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)

  • HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points)
  • Food Borne Illness
  • Certification by Land O’Lakes
  • Six-month audit of each facility
  • Handling of finished product in warehouses and schools
  • Testing at every level – product safety
application to other food products commodities
Application to Other food products /Commodities
  • R&D: Processes, chemical treatment and packaging
    • Canning and ultralow blanching
    • Sealing trays with modified applications (MAP)
    • Gas flush (nitrogen, CO2) to remove oxygen
    • Aseptic Packaging
    • Fruit and Fresh vegetables – Ozone wash vs. Chlorine
    • Calcium treatment that extends the shelf life of melons
    • Way to control hormone levels in Tomatoes
    • Use of antimicrobial systems, fungal amylases, Nisin and reduced PH, …
    • Various types of Coating and Films
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Feeding A Hungry World

“The world has the technology, either available or well-advanced in the research pipeline, to feed a population of 10 billion people.The more pertinent question is whether farmers and ranchers will be permitted to use this new technology.”

Dr. Norman Borlaug

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