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Food Safety: Selected Countriesí Systems Can Offer Insights into Ensuring Import Safety and Responding to Foodborne Illness
Lisa Shames (au)
Like other nations, the U.S. faces growing food safety challenges resulting from 3 major trends: (1) imported food makes up a growing share of the food supply; (2) consumers are increasingly eating foods that are raw or have had minimal processing and that are often associated with foodborne illness; (3) more of the U.S. population is, and increasingly will be, susceptible to foodborne illness. This report describes how Canada, the EU, Germany, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, and the U.K.: ensure the safety of imported food; respond to outbreaks of foodborne illness; and measure the effectiveness of their reorganized food safety systems. Also, identifies emerging food safety challenges that they expect to face over the next decade. Charts and tables.
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