Improving food safety in the domestic environment: the need for a transdisciplinary approach.

@article{Fischer2005ImprovingFS,
  title={Improving food safety in the domestic environment: the need for a transdisciplinary approach.},
  author={Arnout Rh Fischer and Aarieke E. I. de Jong and Rob de Jonge and Lynn J Frewer and Maarten J. Nauta},
  journal={Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis},
  year={2005},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={503-17}
}
Microbial food safety has been the focus of research across various disciplines within the risk analysis community. Natural scientists involved in food microbiology and related disciplines work on the identification of health hazards, and the detection of pathogenic microorganisms. To perform risk assessment, research activities are increasingly focused on the quantification of microbial contamination of food products at various stages in the food chain, and modeling the impact of this… CONTINUE READING