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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.

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h5n1newcastle diseasefoot and mouth diseasebluetongueavian influenzaavian flufmd
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A leader in the delivery of education, research and consultancy, in and relating to, agriculture and the rural environment.

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