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Archives de pédiatrie
Volume 17, n° S5
pages 220-224 (décembre 2010)
Doi : 10.1016/S0929-693X(10)70931-3
Aliments industriels de diversification : une exigence de sécurité
Manufactured baby food: safety expectations
 

L. Davin 1, , L.-D. Van Egroo 1, 2, N. Galesne 1
1 Blédina, 383, rue Philippe-Héron, 69400 Villefranche sur Saône, France 
2 Hôpital Ambroise Paré, 9, avenue Charles-de-Gaulle, 92104 Boulogne cedex, France 

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Les parents d’enfants en bas-âge sont particulièrement inquiets au sujet de la sécurité des aliments et questionnent fréquemment le corps médical. La réglementation européenne sur les aliments infantiles permet d’assurer des niveaux de sécurité très élevés et plus sévères que pour l’alimentation courante. La limite appliquée à la teneur en pesticides illustre le niveau élevé d’exigence. Celle-ci ne doit jamais dépasser le seuil de détectabilité de 10ppb, quelle que soit la molécule utilisée. D’autres contaminants tels que les nitrates font aussi l’objet d’une attention plus grande en alimentation infantile. La maîtrise des risques alimentaires requiert une expérience et un savoir faire spécifique que les industriels de l’alimentation infantile ont su développer, notamment la contractualisation avec des producteurs de matières premières de très haute qualité.

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Food safety is a concern for parents of infants, and healthcare professionnals are often questioned by them about this topic. Baby food European regulation ensures high levels of safety and is more rigorous than common food regulation. Maximal limit for pesticides in baby food demonstrates the high level of requirements. This limit must be below the 10ppb detection threshold, whatever the chemical used. Other contaminants such as nitrates are also the subject of greater expectations in baby food. Food safety risks control needs a specific know-how that baby food manufacturers have acquired and experienced, more particularly by working with producers of high quality raw material.

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