Overview of Food Safety Economics

@inproceedings{Monteiro2018OverviewOF,
  title={Overview of Food Safety Economics},
  author={Diogo M. Souza Monteiro and Tanya Roberts and Walter J. Armbruster and Derrick Jones},
  year={2018}
}
The goal of this book is to introduce food scientists, policy analysts, academics, industry, and nongovernmental organization and consumer group managers to the principles and main applications of food safety economics. We focus on the economics of information, supply chain coordination, estimates of the burden of foodborne illness, and food safety policy. This chapter gives an overview of each section of the book and chapters therein. The first section of the book presents the main frameworks… 
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This review covers recent research involving the use of non-conventional microorganisms to improve the quality and safety of meat products and bacteria that are often overlooked also have the potential for use in the food industry.

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