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In a Recognized Fisheries Managing and Advertising Region, Fresh Air Microorganisms

Shahil Anand*

Fish is sold as food and consumed worldwide. During food production, microbial contamination can occur through air, soil, water, surfaces, and food handling. Although air does not have a natural microbial composition, it is a vector for microbial transmission of economic and health interest because it is implicated in food spoilage and human disease. It was a microbiological analysis of the air in Tepic Nayarit city, a popular area for processing and selling fish products. Proportions of aerobic mesophilic bacteria, coliforms, fungi, and yeasts were measured at various points in the field of fish processing and marketing using passive or sedimentation methods to collect airborne microorganisms. Results showed that aerobic mesophiles had the highest numbers among all microbial groups analyzed at 12 different sampling sites during the 4-week study. Their numbers ranged from 2.44 to 2.95 logs CFU/m3/h, followed by molds with values from 1.44 to 2.75 log CFU/ m3/h, yeast with values from. We determined the percentage of viable microbial populations in the air at different sampling sites in the study area. Several of these sampling sites exceeded levels recommended by various authorities around the world. Knowledge of airborne biological hazards is used to identify and mitigate risks to resident health and contamination pathways in processed and sold seafood that may be associated with spoilage and foodborne illness. It is important.


Food safety; Food quality; Air pollution; Airborne biohazard; Environmental monitoring

Published Date: 2023-03-31; Received Date: 2023-03-02