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Food-system risk analysis and HACCP

@inproceedings{Jensen2003FoodsystemRA,
  title={Food-system risk analysis and HACCP},
  author={Helen H. Jensen},
  year={2003}
}
  • Helen H. Jensen
  • Published 2003
  • Business
  • Controlling food-safety risks has received increased public and private attention in the last several years. The increased attention stems from several sources. New scientific evidence has linked food-borne hazards to human health; consumers now demand higher levels of food safety because of higher income; and consumers have increased preferences for “food-safety attributes” in foods due to greater awareness of food-borne problems. Other changes in food markets and supply contribute to the rise… CONTINUE READING

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