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There has been increasing concern in recent years over the human health risks posed by microbial pathogens-bacteria, parasites, fungi, and viruses-in the food supply. Eac [...]
English | 1999 | Journal Article |
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It is common to hear that the U.S. food supply is among the safest in the world. Yet, it is equally common to hear concerns expressed about it-particularly over microbial [...]
English | 1994 | Journal Article |
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Microbial pathogens in food cause between 6.5 million and 33 million cases of human illness and up to 9, 000 deaths each year in the United States. Over 40 different food [...]
English | 1995 | Journal Article |
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E ach year Americans experience 16,000 to 48,000 cases of foodborne illness from fruit and vegetable juices, according to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) estimates. In [...]
English | 1999 | Journal Article |
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Salmonella infections due to contaminated food products make many people ill each year and are responsible for substantial economic costs. Salmonella infections are poten [...]
English | 1999 | Journal Article |

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