Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology & Environmental Sciences Paper

Vol 20, Dec. Suppl. No.2, 2018; Page No.(35-44)

TRACEABILITY OF MERCURY IN INFANT FORMULA MILK POWDER AS A FULL CYCLE TO THE EXPIRATION DATE USING DIRECT MERCURY ANALYZER DMA 80

REYAM NAJI AJMI, ASSISTAN LEC. ESTABRAQ MOHAMMED ATI, HUDA FAROOQ ZEKI AND SABA HADI BANEED

Abstract

It was reached internal traceability system by identifying contaminants in infant formula milk powder item before the body is exposed and this reduces the cost of diseases related post-marketing to give accurate information on the impact of pollutants and health risks, especially caused by the accumulation of mercury using DMA-80 Direct Mercury Analyzer technique which modern technology is a high-resolution sensitivity , selectivity and analysis of multi-component and set up new traceability model of those elements in the food component of primary (milk). Compared with the World Health Organization (WHO), Food Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the IQS (Iraqi Quality Standards) as a monitoring product quality control (milk) to consumers as a dietary example of the first class in the food chain. It was selected five types in infant formula milk powder (over 6 months) circulating in the local markets and pharmacies, which are used as substitutes for breast milk during the first day of opening the box to the expiration date. These studies included traceability concentration of Mercury Hg in infant formula milk powder of three stages from opening date of box to expiration date. Results showed that the concentrations of mercury growing successively and this constitutes a risk to the consumer compared with the standard limitations (0.002ppm) [(-0.0407 ± 0.0103), (-0.00206 ± 0.0129), (0.0292 ± 0.0129)] ppm Respectively Hg Test1, Hg Test 2, Hg Test 3. All samples of infant formula of milk powders having non-significant difference. The obtained averaged results compared to Iraqi Quality Standards (IQS) values (<0.05±1.0 x10² cfu/mL). This result indicated that all milk powder companies understudied are following the legal and quality standard although Total Count were within the range of IQS (Iraqi Quality Standards) and USA Environmental Protection Agency USEPA and as indicates the hygienic condition of Infant formula milk powders without risk level for human health. Using traceability protection guide system and the reduction of the distribution of unsafe products to the markets of damaged and replace with high-quality products through this database, which included the provision of information and to identify bad product from the market. Therefore this reduces costs in the distribution of unsafe products and reduces health risks by monitoring data science as a way to a new assessment by integrated traceability system of mercury in infant formula milk powder, of great importance database for environmental risk health which it can be updated through a unified future.

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