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Case studies in food safety and authenticity : lessons from real-life situations, edited by J. Hoorfar

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Case studies in food safety and authenticity : lessons from real-life situations
Title
Case studies in food safety and authenticity
Title remainder
lessons from real-life situations
Statement of responsibility
edited by J. Hoorfar
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"The identification and control of food contaminants rely on careful investigation and implementation of appropriate management strategies. Using a wide range of real-life examples, Case studies in food safety and authentucity provides a vital insight into the practical application of strategies for control and prevention."--P. [4] of cover
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NLM
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664/.07
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illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QR115
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Woodhead Publishing series in food science, technology and nutrition,
Series volume
no. 240
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Case studies in food safety and authenticity : lessons from real-life situations, edited by J. Hoorfar
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I Outbreak investigations -- 1.Tracing an outbreak of listeriosis in Austria: what an investigative microbiologist needs to consider / F. Allerberger -- 1.1.Introduction to the case -- 1.2.Significance of the case -- 1.3.The case history continues -- 1.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 1.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 1.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 1.7.References -- 2.A point-source outbreak of Salmonella in an ethnic community in the UK / C. Theodore -- 2.1.Introduction -- 2.2.Significance of the situation -- 2.3.The case history continues -- 2.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 2.5.Commentary -- 2.6.Acknowledgements -- 2.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 2.8.Further reading -- 2.9.References -- 3.Investigating the source of a food poisoning incident in Cheshire, UK / S. Ghebrehewet -- 3.1.Introduction -- 3.2.Significance of the situation -- 3.3.The case history continues -- 3.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 3.5.Commentary --
  • Contents note continued: 3.6.Acknowledgements -- 3.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 3.8.Further reading -- 3.9.References -- 4.Investigating a large outbreak of salmonellosis in the US involving fresh produce / J. Hoorfar -- 4.1.Introduction to the case -- 4.2.Significance of the case -- 4.3.Background information -- 4.4.The case history continues -- 4.5.Resolution and outcomes -- 4.6.Commentary and personal reflections -- 4.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 4.8.Further reading -- 4.9.References -- 5.What was the source of the 2011 outbreak of Escherichia coli in Germany and France? / L. Beutin -- 5.1.Introduction to the case -- 5.2.Significance of the case -- 5.3.The case continues -- 5.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 5.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 5.6.Acknowledgments -- 5.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 5.8.References -- 6.Tracing the source of a community-wide gastroenteric outbreak caused by Campylobacter in Finland / A. Horman --
  • Contents note continued: 6.1.Introduction to the case -- 6.2.Significance of the case -- 6.3.The case history continues -- 6.4.Management of the outbreak and source tracing -- 6.5.Conclusions of the outbreak and attempts to identify its source -- 6.6.Commentary: how can safety be improved and what constitutes an outbreak? -- 6.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 6.8.Further reading -- 6.9.References -- 7.One pathogen but two different types of foodborne outbreak: Bacillus cereus in catering facilities in Germany / U. Messelhausser -- 7.1.Introduction to the cases -- 7.2.Significance of the cases -- 7.3.The case histories continue -- 7.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 7.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 7.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 7.7.References -- 8.Investigating a suspected case of mycotoxin poisoning in South Africa / M. F. Dutton -- 8.1.Introduction to the case -- 8.2.Significance of the case -- 8.3.The case continues -- 8.4.Outcomes -- 8.5.Commentary --
  • Contents note continued: 8.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 8.7.Further reading -- 8.8.References -- 9.Investigations of foodborne outbreaks caused by a parasite in Canada / F. Milord -- 9.1.Introduction to the cases -- 9.2.Significance of the cases -- 9.3.The background to the cases: previous outbreaks and challenges associated with detection and control -- 9.4.The case histories continue: traceback investigations and follow-up -- 9.5.Resolution and outcomes -- 9.6.Commentary -- 9.7.Acknowledgments -- 9.8.Critical questions for discussion -- 9.9.References -- pt. II Source tracing -- 10.Troubleshooting the environmental source of contamination with Listeria monocytogenes in a typical small food manufacturing plant in Ireland / E. M. Fox -- 10.1.Introduction to the case -- 10.2.Significance of the case -- 10.3.The case history continues -- 10.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 10.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 10.6.Critical questions for discussion --
  • Contents note continued: 10.7.Further reading -- 11.Tracing the source of persistent contamination of ready-to-eat chicken products with Listeria monocytogenes in Italy / D. De Medici -- 11.1.Introduction to the case -- 11.2.Significance of the case -- 11.3.The case history continues -- 11.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 11.5.Commentary -- 11.6.Acknowledgements -- 11.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 11.8.References -- 12.An unforeseen source of aflatoxins in milk in Sweden / E. Nordkvist -- 12.1.Introduction to the case -- 12.2.Significance of the case -- 12.3.The case continues -- 12.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 12.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 12.6.Acknowledgments -- 12.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 12.8.References -- 13.Investigations prompted by the discovery of high levels of Salmonella in fresh herbs in the UK / F. Jørgensen -- 13.1.Introduction -- 13.2.Significance of the case -- 13.3.The case history continues -- 13.4.Resolution and outcomes --
  • Contents note continued: 13.5.Commentary -- 13.6.Acknowledgements -- 13.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 13.8.References -- 14.Source tracing in Thailand following contamination of dog chew toys with Salmonella / S. D. Pillai -- 14.1.Introduction to the case -- 14.2.Significance of the case -- 14.3.Case history continues -- 14.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 14.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 14.6.Acknowledgments -- 14.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 14.8.References -- 15.Analysing tap-water from households of patients with inflammatory bowel disease in Norway / M. H. Vatn -- 15.1.Introduction to the case -- 15.2.Significance of the case -- 15.3.The case history continues -- 15.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 15.5.Commentary -- 15.6.Acknowledgments -- 15.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 15.8.References -- pt. III Crisis management --
  • Contents note continued: 16.A proactive attempt to control an outbreak of foodborne disease in humans after detection of Salmonella during surveillance and control of pork in Denmark / K. G. Kuhn -- 16.1.Introduction to the case -- 16.2.Significance of the case -- 16.3.The outbreak history continues -- 16.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 16.5.Comments and personal reflections -- 16.6.Acknowledgements -- 16.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 16.8.References -- 17.Managing and learning from an anthrax outbreak in a Swedish beef cattle herd / S. Sternberg Lewerin -- 17.1.Introduction to the case -- 17.2.The Swedish outbreak in 2008: how did it all begin? -- 17.3.The case history continues -- 17.4.Significance of the case -- 17.5.Resolution and outcomes -- 17.6.Commentary -- 17.7.Critical questions -- 17.8.Acknowledgments -- 17.9.References -- 18.Mounting an effective response to an outbreak of viral disease involving street food vendors in Indonesia / F. M. C. Sigit Setyabudi --
  • Contents note continued: 18.1.Introduction to the case -- 18.2.Significance of the case -- 18.3.The case history continues -- 18.4.Commentary and personal reflections -- 18.5.Acknowledgements -- 18.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 18.7.References -- 19.Handling of the media during an incident in Romania involving dioxin contamination of yoghurts / A. I. Nicolau -- 19.1.Introduction to the case -- 19.2.Significance of the case -- 19.3.The case history continues -- 19.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 19.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 19.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 19.7.References -- pt. IV Farm-level interventions -- 20.Is it possible to reduce foodborne Campylobacter infections in humans through vaccination of animals? / J. Hoorfar -- 20.1.Introduction to the case -- 20.2.Significance of the case -- 20.3.Why vaccinate poultry and not humans? -- 20.4.What vaccination strategy to use? -- 20.5.Resolutions and outcome -- 20.6.Critical questions for discussion --
  • Contents note continued: 20.7.Acknowledgements -- 20.8.References -- 21.The free-range meat paradox: the conflict between free-range poultry production systems and biocontainment against zoonotic microorganisms / L. S. Christensen -- 21.1.Introduction to the case -- 21.2.Significance of the case -- 21.3.The case continues -- 21.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 21.5.Commentary -- 21.6.Acknowledgements -- 21.7.Critical questions -- 21.8.References -- 22.How does Sweden control Salmonella before it enters the food chain? / P. Haggblom -- 22.1.Introduction to the case -- 22.2.Significance of the case -- 22.3.The case history continues -- 22.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 22.5.Commentary -- 22.6.Acknowledgements -- 22.7.Critical questions -- 22.8.References -- 23.Bovine spongiform encephalitis: the case of an unexpected and rapidly spreading epidemic in cattle with serious consequences / N. Skovgaard -- 23.1.Introduction to the case -- 23.2.Significance of the case --
  • Contents note continued: 23.3.Background to the case: the nature of BSE and vCJD -- 23.4.The case continues -- 23.5.Resolution and outcomes -- 23.6.Commentary -- 23.7.Acknowledgement -- 23.8.Critical questions for discussion -- 23.9.Further reading -- 24.The continuing debate over increasing consumption of raw (unpasteurised) milk: is it safe? / J. Hoorfar -- 24.1.Introduction to the case -- 24.2.Significance of the case -- 24.3.The case continues -- 24.4.Commentary and personal reflections -- 24.5.Acknowledgement -- 24.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 24.7.Further reading -- 24.8.References -- pt. V Safe food production -- 25.Challenges in food safety certification of a small enterprise producing a speciality product in Cyprus / P. N. Skandamis -- 25.1.Introduction to the case -- 25.2.Significance of the case -- 25.3.The case continues -- 25.4.Outcomes and commentary -- 25.5.Acknowledgments -- 25.6.References --
  • Contents note continued: 26.The dilemma of regulatory testing of dairy foods in Australia: minimising risk to the public while avoiding unnecessary regulatory burden / I. N. Haynes -- 26.1.Introduction to the cases -- 26.2.Significance of the cases -- 26.3.The case histories continue -- 26.4.Resolutions and outcomes -- 26.5.Commentary -- 26.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 26.7.References -- 27.Learning from outbreaks of Escherichia coli O157:H7 caused by low pH foods / P. Feng -- 27.1.Introduction -- 27.2.Significance of the cases -- 27.3.The case history continues -- 27.4.Resolutions and outcomes -- 27.5.Commentary -- 27.6.Acknowledgment -- 27.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 27.8.References -- 28.Hygiene control in the dry food products industry: the roles of cleaning methods and hygienic indicators / J. L. Kornacki -- 28.1.Introduction to the cases -- 28.2.Significance of the cases -- 28.3.Case studies -- 28.4.Commentary: where do we go from here? --
  • Contents note continued: 28.5.Critical questions for discussion -- 28.6.References -- 29.Boosting exports of fresh meat by using faster laboratory methods in Denmark / F. Hansen -- 29.1.Introduction to the case -- 29.2.Significance of the case -- 29.3.The case history continues -- 29.4.Commentary and personal reflections -- 29.5.Acknowledgments -- 29.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 29.7.References -- 30.Using predictive microbiology to benefit the Australian meat industry / T. Ross -- 30.1.Introduction to the case -- 30.2.Significance of the case -- 30.3.The case history continues - extreme rainfall and tropical cyclone Yasi -- 30.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 30.5.Commentary -- 30.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 30.7.Further reading -- 30.8.References -- pt. VI Food adulteration and authenticity -- 31.Forensic investigation of a sabotage incident in a factory manufacturing nut-free ready meals in the UK / M. J. Walker -- 31.1.Introduction --
  • Contents note continued: 31.2.Significance of the case -- 31.3.The case history continues -- 31.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 31.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 31.6.Acknowledgements -- 31.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 31.8.Further reading -- 31.9.References -- 32.Lessons from the large-scale incident of animal feed contamination with dioxins in Germany in 2011 / H. Schafft -- 32.1.Introduction to the case -- 32.2.Significance of the case -- 32.3.The case history continues -- 32.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 32.5.Commentary -- 32.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 32.7.References -- 33.Investigating the adulteration of UHT milk in Brazil / J. A. F. Faria -- 33.1.Introduction to the case -- 33.2.Significance of the case -- 33.3.The case history continues -- 33.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 33.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 33.6.References --
  • Contents note continued: 34.Food adulteration with melamine on an international scale: field work and troubleshooting in Africa / D. Schoder -- 34.1.Introduction to the case -- 34.2.Significance of the case -- 34.3.The case history continues -- 34.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 34.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 34.6.Acknowledgements -- 34.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 34.8.References -- 35.Investigating cases of taste disturbance caused by pine nuts in Denmark / N. Z. Ballin -- 35.1.Introduction to the case -- 35.2.Significance of the case -- 35.3.The case history continues -- 35.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 35.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 35.6.Critical questions for discussion -- 35.7.References -- 36.Development and application of molecular tools to investigate the mislabeling of cod sold in Sweden / D. Bekkevold -- 36.1.Introduction to the case -- 36.2.Significance of the case -- 36.3.The case history continues -- 36.4.Resolution and outcomes --
  • Contents note continued: 36.5.Commentary and personal reflections -- 36.6.Acknowledgments -- 36.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 36.8.References -- 37.Testing for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) revealed the real source of rice imported to Norway / H.-U. Waiblinger -- 37.1.Introduction to the cases -- 37.2.Significance of the cases -- 37.3.The case histories continue -- 37.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 37.5.Commentary -- 37.6.Acknowledgments -- 37.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 37.8.Further reading -- 37.9.References -- 38.Documenting the t̀erroir' aspects of award-winning Danish conserves: a model for the development of authentic food products / S. Bisgaard -- 38.1.Introduction to the case -- 38.2.Significance of the case -- 38.3.The case histories continue -- 38.4.Resolution and outcomes -- 38.5.Commentary -- 38.6.Acknowledgments -- 38.7.Critical questions for discussion -- 38.8.References
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24 cm
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xlii, 360 p.
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9780857096937
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