Deliberate Contamination of the Food Supply Chain
The report highlights how food contamination can have far-reaching impact on individuals, organisations and the food supply chain, with particular emphasis on poultry
Year of Publication2005
Accidental or deliberate contamination of food has far-reaching implications. The report examines use of agents such as foreign animal disease (FAD) and zoonoses, and includes a review of current literature and 16 examples of deliberate contamination from around the world.It assesses impacts on societies and organisations and suggests strategies for managing incidents.
This item is categorised as follows
- Subject Collection > Livestock & dairy
- Subject Collection > Food & drink > Food & drink supply chains
- Subject Collection > Food & drink > Poultry products
- Subject Collection > Food & drink
- Subject Collection > Livestock & dairy > Poultry & egg production
Additional keywords/tagsfoot and mouth diseaseh5n1newcastle diseasefmdavian influenzaavian flubluetongue
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