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|ISBN:||0737713348 9780737713343 0737713356 9780737713350|
|Description:||80 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Food-borne illnesses: an overview / Rick Linsk and Gita Sitaramiah --
Mad cow disease is a threat to American meat / Peter Lurie --
Threat of mad cow disease in the United States has been exaggerated / Abigail Trafford --
America's food supply is threatened by terrorism / Katrina Woznicki --
Food-borne illnesses are declining in the United States / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention --
Food-borne illnesses are a threat to Europe / World Health Organization --
Food-borne illnesses are costly / Economic Research Service --
Genetically modified food causes food-borne illnesses / Physicians and Scientists for Responsible Application of Science and Technology --
Genetically modified foods do not cause food-borne illnesses / AgBiotechNet --
Irradiation helps improve food safety / Randall Lutter --
Food irradiation is dangerous and ineffective / John M. LaForge --
Federal inspection makes America's meat safe / Kerri B. Harris --
Federal inspection does not adequately ensure meat safety / Eric Schlosser --
Private inspection would improve meat safety / E.C. Pasour Jr. --
Too much responsibility for food safety is placed on consumers / Sandra B. Eskin [and others].
|Series Title:||At issue (San Diego, Calif.)|
|Responsibility:||Karen F. Balkin, book editor.|
- Foodborne diseases.
- Food poisoning.
- Food -- Microbiology.
- Foodborne Diseases.
- Food Contamination -- prevention & control.
- Food Microbiology.
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