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Food safety and the developing world

Food safety and the developing world

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Published by Natural Resources Institute in Chatham Maritime .
Written in English


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StatementLinda Nicolaides [et al.].
SeriesECN -- 11
ContributionsNicolaides, L., Natural Resources Institute.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18611659M
ISBN 100859544931


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Lack of adequate food hygiene can lead to foodborne diseases and death of the consumer. Annex 2 - The application of risk analysis to food safety control programmes Foreword The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is the principal specialized UN agency dealing with all aspects of food quality and safety throughout each of the stages of food production, storage, transportation, processing and Size: 1MB.

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The main lesson from research on food safety issues in Africa, the authors say, is that in the developing world, ‘policymakers need to look to the facts, not just the fears, before moving to curtail meat sales at the local wet market or purchases of unpasteurized milk from traditional street vendors’.

Part V of 'Human Nutrition in the Developing World' reviews nutrition policies and programs in a number of timely and relevant areas, including nutrition surveillance, food safety, micronutrient deficiencies, group feeding and street foods.

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