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Interplay of Regulation and Marketing Incentives in Providing Food Safety
Interplay of Regulation and Marketing Incentives i

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By Michael Ollinger (au); Danna Moore (au)
Year: 2009
Pages: 46
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437924468

The current level of food safety found in U.S. meat and poultry food products is a result of process and performance regulations and management-determined actions (MDA) brought about by market incentives. Processing regulations (PR) include sanitation and other tasks related to food safety; MDA include capital investment and other actions independent of process regulations, but possibly driven by performance standards. This study used the share of samples testing positive for Salmonella spp. as a measure of food safety process control in meat and poultry processing plants and found that MDA account for 2/3 of the reduction in samples testing positive for Salmonella spp., while PR account for 1/3 of the reduction. Charts and tables.

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