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Pathogens and Toxins in Foods: Challenges and Interventions by Vijay Kumar Juneja, John N. Sofos

By Vijay Kumar Juneja, John N. Sofos

Pathogens and pollutants in meals: demanding situations and Interventions bargains a farm-to-table method of meals safeguard that permits readers to regulate microbial pathogens and poisonous brokers in any respect levels of the meals provide chain. The ebook starts with chapters that aid readers comprehend the features of particular pathogens and pollutants, the health problems they reason, and the criteria equivalent to nutrition processing operations that have an effect on their survival and development in nutrition items. additional, the chapters within the ebook discover the newest advances in organic, chemical, and actual interventions to regulate food-borne risks in the course of preharvest, harvest, meals processing, and in retail ready-to-eat meals and nutrients carrier operations. additionally incorporated are chapters that debate the most recent how to speedily become aware of food-borne pathogens in addition to the implementation of entire foodstuff security administration platforms. every one bankruptcy has been written by means of a number of major specialists within the box of foodstuff security. Their suggestion is predicated on an intensive research of the literature in addition to their very own first-hand event. in brief, by means of drawing from countless numbers of assets, this booklet deals meals safeguard execs a distinct, unmarried reference containing the newest knowing of food-borne dangers in addition to the newest the way to observe and keep watch over their occurrence. Key beneficial properties * Investigates the microbial pathogens and poisonous brokers that threaten the worldwide meals provide * Covers all levels of the nutrition offer chain from farm to desk * offers demonstrated and confirmed intervention techniques to manage food-borne dangers * bargains sound suggestion according to an research of the most recent findings from the clinical literature * units the basis for brand new ways to regulate food-borne dangers and reduce the prevalence of food-borne health problems

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