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Food Review : September 1999: Promoting Food Safety: An Economic Appraisal

By Morrison, Rosanna Mentzer

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Book Id: WPLBN0002113272
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Reproduction Date: 1999
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Title: Food Review : September 1999: Promoting Food Safety: An Economic Appraisal  
Author: Morrison, Rosanna Mentzer
Volume: September 1999
Language: English
Subject: Food, Health, Economics
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Food Review Journal Collection
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Publisher: Us Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service


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Morrison, R. M. (1999). Food Review : September 1999. Retrieved from

Description: Food safety has been much in the news. The past few years have seen some highly publicized outbreaks of foodborne illness, linked to such sources as E. coli O157:H7 in hamburger and unpasteurized apple juice, Listeria monocytogenes in hot dogs, and Salmonella in poultry products. These outbreaks and the resulting publicity have led to a heightened public awareness of food safety risks, as well as new efforts by Government, the food industry, and consumer groups to promote the safety of the Nation’s food supply throughout the food system.

Summary: Published from 1991-2002, this magazine contains nontechnical, general interest articles and historical data on food supply, food demand, food prices, and food spending. The articles report on ERS analyses and insights on a wide variety of topics related to the U.S. food marketing system, including food consumption, food product development, international food trade, food safety, and food-related policies and programs.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Frontmatter (Upfront, Contents), 53 kb New Federal Policies and Programs for Food Safety, 45 kb Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Pathogen Reduction, 54 kb Salmonella Cost Estimate Updated Using FoodNet Data, 73 kb Innovative Technologies Could Improve Food Safety, 50 kb Food Irradiation--An Update, 42 kb New Juice Regulations Underway, 47 kb U.S. Firms Invest in Mexico's Processed Food Industry, 63 kb Breastfeeding: Health and Economic Issues, 66 kb


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