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Nov 15, 2013 (4 years and 1 month ago)

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We are currently processing fresh food
using Electron beam X
-
RAYS
TECHNOLOGY



SAFE FOOD , WE CARE



Products treated with ionizing
radiation in the our facility





a.
shelf
-
life extension

b.
pest disinfestation

c.
microbial decontamination

Son Son Facility Overview


Area:

10 ha


Frozen product load and unload areas are to be
-

18 degrees C


Fruits and vegetables load and unload areas are to
be 5 degrees C


Cool store inventory


Packing house


Facility is to meet the radiation and ozone standards
of the United States.


Eight SOP Categories


Quality System


Processing


Safety


Dosimetry and Lab Practices


Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s)


Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point (HACCP)


Sanitation


Training

SonSon Quality System

Electron Beam


Xray Technology


A high
-
energy electron
beam is generated by the
accelerator system


The beam is uniformly
swept across the product
using a
magnetic
beam
scanner


Product is passed through
the scanned electron
beam in a highly
controlled manner using a
material handling
system

The primary goal is to deliver a minimum required dose to all parts of
the product. There are three essential pieces of technology:

Product and Processing
Advantages



Effective, penetrating depth = 60 cm


NO

Toxic Substances


NO

Chemical Residue


NO

Radioactive Isotopes


Treatment in final package


Environmentally and Operationally Safe (On/Off)


Approved as a Phytosanitary treatment by US APHIS

Fundamentals of


Electronic Pasteurization

Electrons disrupt the DNA
chain either destroying or
preventing reproduction of the
organism.

Irradiation processing has major potential benefits for food
safety and plant quarantine:

a.
shelf
-
life extension

b.
pest
disinfestation

c.
microbial decontamination


FILM


LINAC


linac operation


To provide uniform irradiation dose, the small
-
diameter
beam must be scanned over the product using magnetic

deflection.


Scan
Magnet

VIET NAM
-
Land of tropical fruits

Requirements
-

Exporter


»

APHIS

»

FDA : Chemical residual

»

Markets and distribution.


Processing Objectives

mealy_bug

Durian Fruit Borer

Green Scale

Fruit fies
-

eggs

Ceroplastes

rubens

Quarantine treatment


Objective of Irradiation


Prevent establishment of pests


Mortality is NOT necessary


Preventing reproduction IS necessary


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Approved doses,
Final Rule

Exports to the U.S.: Why use
irradiation?


The USDA published a Proposed Rule in
June 2005, which will allow the use of
irradiation as a quarantine treatment.


7 CFR Parts 305 and 319


Objective of Irradiation


Prevent establishment of pests


Mortality is NOT necessary


Preventing reproduction IS necessary


Preclearance


Why?


Expedite Trade


Minimal inspection or monitoring on arrival


Facilitates open trade of high risk commodities


Avoids rejection or delays upon arrival affecting freshness


Quicker access to market


Rejections less costly


Offshore monitoring facilities


Higher level of inspection


Ensure high quality fruit





IRRADIATION OPERATIONAL WORK PLAN

Between

VIETNAM AND UNITED STATES OF

AMERICA

June 2008

APHIS

NPPO

Cooperator

Preclearance Program

Cooperatively work together

Overview

Growers

Packing
Houses

Treatment
Facility

Safeguards and
Trace back
Systems

in place to
facilitate trade

while minimizing
risk

Enclosed conveyance

PUC

PHC

Lot

Date

Insect proof
boxes

Boxes must meet pre
-
approved configuration

(Dose mapping)

Rejected as per
EPW Addendum

Lot Number

PUC

PHC

Date of Packing

TFC and Location

TIN and Date of

Treatment


Receiving Fruit



Only accept fruit from approved
growers/packinghouses


Must arrive in enclosed conveyance and
not transported with non
-
Program fruit


Fruit received in pest
-
proof boxes, same
boxes that fruit will be irradiated in


Treated and untreated fruit must be
segregated




International


RADURA


symbol


The words “Treated by Irradiation” or
“Treated with Radiation”


Packinghouse code (PHC)


Production Unit Code (PUC)


Packing Date

Pest Proof boxes be marked with:


Pre
-
Treatment Inspection


Conducted by NPPO and APHIS at Treatment
Facility


Addendum specifies


Target pests:


Non
-
Target pests:


Boxes sampled per Lot:


Suspect fruit cut for further examination


Finding Target or Non
-
Target pests may be
cause for rejection of the lot


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Important Definitions:



Target Quarantine Pest
:
A pest of quarantine
significance that will be neutralized by the approved
dose


Non
-
Target Quarantine Pest:

A pest of
quarantine significance that is not known to be
neutralized by the irradiation. These can include:


Adults and pupae of Lepidoptera


Mites


Diseases


Mollusks


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ACTIONS ON INTERCEPTIONS OF LIVE PESTS FOUND DURING THE

PRECLEARANCE INSPECTION PRIOR TO TREATMENT

(From Addendum to OWP)

Target/Non
-
Target

Pest Type

Number Found

Action

Target Pest

Tephritidae (fruit fly)

1 or More

Reject Shipment

Internal Lepidoptera

1

Certify Shipment

2 or More

Reject Shipment

Other Internal Pests

(not Tephritidae or Lepidoptera)

1 or More

Certify Shipment and
notify APHIS IS
Area Director

Target External Pest

1 or More

Certify Shipment.

If more then 1 notify
APHIS IS Area
Director

Non
-
Target

Quarantine Pest

Non
-
Target Quarantine Pest (ex.
Adults and Pupae of
Lepidoptera; pathogen,
snail; or mite )

1 or More

Reject Shipment

Treating Fruit


Fruit Treated as per SOPs


Treatment Records kept for 1 year:


Name of Product and quantity


Treatment ID Number (TIN)


Production Unit Code (PUC)


Packinghouse Code (PHC)


Lot Numbers


Evidence of compliance with prescribed treatment
(
Dosimetry

Data
-

MAX and MIN)


Date of Treatment


Certificate of Treatment


Post Treatment:




Treated articles safeguarded in holding rooms
and to prevent unauthorized entry and to
prevent re
-
infestation


Pallets inspected for wood boring insects and
conform to ISPM 15 standards


Each pallet load shrink wrapped or tied (except
in the case of LD3 air cargo containers)


Treated and non
-
treated articles separated by a
physical barrier to prevent commingling



LOADING & SHIPPING



Container inspected for pests and debris


If pest found then treated


Containers must pest secure connection to facility during
loading


Seals placed on containers


PPQ form 203 and Phytosanitary Certificate must
accompany shipment


Boxes must leave each marked with:


Lot Number


PUC


PHC


Date of Packing


TFC and Location


TIN and Date of Treatment


And remember…..

Accompanying Documentation



PPQ Form 203, Foreign Site Certificate of
Inspection and/or Treatment must include:


Container Number


Seal Number(s)


Phytosanitary Certificate, if known.


Treatment Facility Code (TFC) and Location


We are co
-
operator

Treatment facility code
-

USDA


Packing house code

Notes


Residual FDA, quanlity


Clean APHIS, quanlity


Box

APHIS, quanlity


Temperature


quanlity


Transpotation to … humidify


Information


Forwarder


WELCOME TO SON SON CORP

Thank
you

Contact : 0903937516
-

Anh Ch
ươ
ng



0989517030
-

Anh H

i