Physical Hazards

Foods, as grown, can become naturally contaminated with rocks, stones, glass, metal, and so on. Additional contamination can occur throughout the food chain. Physical hazards are controlled by processes that use exclusion such as magnets, metal detectors, and screens. Plant policies such as preventive maintenance, glass control, and good manufacturing practices assist the process. Federal agencies have delineated defect action levels that include stems, pits in vegetables, and insect fragments. These levels are generally considered a health hazard.

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