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Dioxin Contamination in Food ESF Workshop ESF Workshop Dioxin Contamination in Food

@inproceedings{Biichertl2008DioxinCI,
  title={Dioxin Contamination in Food ESF Workshop ESF Workshop Dioxin Contamination in Food},
  author={A. Biichertl and Tommy L Cederberg and Patrick H. Dyke and Heidelore Fiedler and Peter Fiirst and Annika Hanberg and Jamshid Hosseinpour and Otto. Hutzinger and J. G. Kuenen and Rainer Malisch and Larry L. Needham and Kees. Olie and O. Piipke and Josep Rivera Aranda and Gerhard Thanner and Gunther Umlauf and Terttu Vartiainen and C. van Hoist},
  year={2008}
}
Dioxin and PCB monitoring programs for food and feeding stuff in most countries of the world, including many European Countries are currently inadequate. Better control of food production lines and food processing procedures is needed to minimize entry of dioxin to the food chain and will help to avoid dioxin contamination accidents. This would also improve the ability to trace back a possible contamination to its source. European guidelines for monitoring programs should be established to…