The Food Safety Information Handbook – Cynthia A. Roberts

The Food Safety Information Handbook

Outbreaks of Mad Cow Disease, reports of potentially harmful genetically engineered corn and irradiated vegetables are fueling consumers’ demands for clear, concise information about the safety and quality of the food supply. Librarians and consumers alike can quickly locate authoritative sources of up-to-date and accurate information in this easy to use handbook. There is a brief history of food safety with a chronology of incidents, products, and legislation. Recommended books, pamphlets, articles, Web sites, and other electronic resources are described. This one-stop handbook brings together in one volume food safety statistics, laws and regulations, and contact information for hot lines and help lines, organizations, and education and training opportunities. This book includes -An Overview of Food Safety -Issues in Food Safety -Chronology of Food Safety-related events -Food Safety Regulation -Food Safety Statistics -Careers in Food Safety -Food Safety Resources -Glossary DEGREESR

Author: Cynthia A. Roberts
ISBN: 9781573563055
Pages: 328 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 11.76 Mb

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