Research Group for Food Microbiology and Hygiene
Foods that are prone to microbiological infection resulting in food born diseases include milk and milk products, meat and meat products, maize flour, bread, scones, other wheat products,and vegetables. Examples will be given in the presentation. Under-reporting, inadequate investigation of outbreaks and inadequate diagnostic facilities suggest that there are substantially more food borne disease outbreaks than those recorded.
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Designed By. I have included sections on HACCP which has come into great prominence in recent years thus answering a specific criticism made of the earlier edition. The chapter on water and waste disposal contains material on Legionnaires' disease and cryptosporidiosis, infections of much concern at the present time.
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