World food consumption and trade in general and dairy products in particular is influenced by a set of factors related to the expected macroeconomic context and the evolution of the world population and its location, as well as policies to support production and marketing in different countries and international negotiations. All of them affect demand, supply and world trade. In Mexico, the production of bovine milk is the third most important activity within the food industry in Mexico, and its growth depends on the availability of the national milk. In Mexico, milk production is developed throughout its territory, but during the period from 2005 to 2010 it was concentrated in four states, which contributed together with 45% of national production in this period (Jalisco, Coahuila, Durango and Chihuahua). It should be noted that the states of Coahuila and Durango are located in the Lagunera Region, which is the most important dairy basin in the country, and that occupies the first place in production at the national level. Therefore, it is the great importance of this industry in Mexico and that it should follow the current standards such as NOM-184-SSA1-2002 which speaks to us about the sanitary control of products and services, in which it speaks to us in the following points the use of recorders in their processes: The equipment must have, at least, a system for recording and controlling the temperature and time of the process, tub with lid and agitation system of the product, mercury thermometer or its equivalent. Control system and automatic recording of the temperature and time of the process that does not allow the passage of the product when the minimum temperature established in the present order has not been reached.

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