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Role of Waterborne Pathogens in the Food Supply Chain: Implications to Risk Management with Local and Global Perspectives

Citation:

ASHBOLT, N. Role of Waterborne Pathogens in the Food Supply Chain: Implications to Risk Management with Local and Global Perspectives. Presented at IFT Conference, Anaheim, CA, June 06 - 09, 2009.

Impact/Purpose:

To be presented at the IFT Conference in Anaheim, CA, June 6-9, 2009

Description:

Microbial risk assessment (MRA) in the food industry is used to support HACCP – which largely focuses on bacterial pathogen control in processing foodstuffs 􀂴 Potential role of microbially-contaminated water used in food production is not as well understood 􀂴 Emergence of Quantitative MRA as a tool for assessing & informing waterborne pathogen risks internationally WHO: water safety plans (2004), wastewater reuse (2006) 􀂴 Primary point of this paper is to highlight potential risks from water in food production 1

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Role of Waterborne Pathogens in the Food Supply Chain: Implications to Risk Management with Local and Global Perspectives   (PDF,NA pp, 2221 KB,  about PDF)

Record Details:

Record Type: DOCUMENT (PRESENTATION/SLIDE)
Product Published Date: 06/06/2009
Record Last Revised: 07/29/2009
OMB Category: Other
Record ID: 210499