Death by apple juice: the problem of foodborne illness, the regulatory response, and further suggestions for reform.

@article{Deliganis1998DeathBA,
  title={Death by apple juice: the problem of foodborne illness, the regulatory response, and further suggestions for reform.},
  author={C V Deliganis},
  journal={Food and drug law journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={53 4},
  pages={
          681-728
        }
}
One of the greatest challenges facing regulatory government today concerns the safety of the food supply. Few Americans realize the extent and severity of the danger posed by foodborne pathogens. While many of these microorganisms are not new, changes in food production, preparation, and consumption patterns have resulted in unprecedented opportunities for the widespread transmission of foodborne illness. Unfortunately, this problem is predicted to intensify in the years to come. Part I of this… CONTINUE READING