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Food Safety: U.S. Lacks a Consistent Farm-to-Table Approach to Egg Safety
Food Safety: U.S. Lacks a Consistent Farm-to-Table Approach to Egg Safety
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1999
Pages: 65
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 078818461X

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Lawrence J. Dyckman & Robert C. Summers (ed). Eggs contaminated by the Salmonella Enteritidis bacteria have been recognized as a public health problem since 1988. This report reviews the adequacy of the system for ensuring the safety of eggs. Specifically, it examines, whether (1) a prevention-based approach to food safety has been applied to egg production & processing, (2) a new federal policy on egg refrigeration will effectively reduce the risks associated with contaminated eggs, (3) federal & state policies on serving eggs to vulnerable populations & dating egg cartons are consistent, & (4) federal egg safety resources are used efficiently & policies are coordinated.

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