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SAFETYCER - Project No.: 2017-1-RO01-KA202-037215
Programme: ERASMUS +
Key action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Action: Strategic Partnerships
Implementation period: October 2017 – September 2019
Coordinator: ROMPAN – PATRONATUL ROMAN DIN INDUSTRIA DE MORARIT, PANIFICATIE SI PRODUSE FAINOASE - ROMPAN, ROMANIA
The cereals and cereal products are basic food resources destined to human consumption and also used as feed in the entire world. Every year, a large number of crops are likely to be attacked by fungi on the field and during storage, leading to substantial financial losses and damage the health of humans and animals. The micromycetes proliferation leads to negative effects such alteration of physical-chemical properties, the high incidence of fungal infections and allergies, and the production and accumulation of mycotoxins.
Prevention of fungal infection during plant growth, harvest, storage and distribution and the measures that must be taken for decontamination represent a current issue. Storage in adequate conditions (moisture, temperature and insect control) and the addition of antifungal agents may diminish fungal growth but cannot detoxify contaminated samples.
Fungal contamination of vegetable products, especially crops, represent an important risk factor for health, because the high level of mycotoxins can lead to liver toxicity, immunosuppression, allergic reaction, teratogenic, mutagenic and carcinogenic effects and is a serious problem in the Balcan communities.
The project opportunity is given by the fact that previous researches conducted within the project SEE-ERA.NET PLUSERA139/01 Systems to reduce mycotoxin contamination of cereals and medicinal plants in order to preserve native species and traditional products in Romania-Serbia-Croatia 2010-2012 developed between partners in Romania-Serbia-Croatia showed the high incidence of fungal contamination in vegetable products. Previous studies achieved by the partners recorded the incidence of Fusarium and mycotoxins in cereals from Romania, Serbia and Croatia
In the actual context, when due to the climatic changes and pollution under different forms more and more contaminated cereal products are being produced, the project aims to develop and implement a prevention strategy for fungal contamination of cereal products for all partner countriesCerealele si produsele din cerealele sunt resurse alimentare de baza destinate consumului uman precum si furajelor pentru animale in intreaga lume. In fiecare an, un numar mare de recolte sunt susceptibile atacului fungilor fie pe camp sau in timpul depozitarii, conducand la pierderi financiare considerabile si la afectarea sanatatii oamenilor si animalelor.
The target group will be formed by the employees of economical agents, of farmers, of depositaries and cereal processors and will be selected according to the qualification level that they have in present.
In present, in none of the countries participating in the strategical partnership a course regarding “STRATEGIES TO PREDICT, PREVENT AND REDUCE THE EFFECT OF FUNGAL CONTAMINATION ON CEREALS QUALITY, PRODUCTION AND FOOD SAFETY” doesn’t exist neither in continuos training or informal VET training and the employees in this field don’t have an adequate level of training.
By achieving the strategic partnership in the four countries, the project wishes to develop and consolidate the relationship between the industry, training centres for adults and research centres in the field with the purpose of developing at transnational level and implementing the innovative solutions for preventing the contamination.