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FAQ: Application of Science to Food Safety Management - scutrosuppdow.ga
The Agency has produced fact sheets on the main foodborne biological hazards bacteria, viruses, parasites, moulds and toxins. Each sheet details the characteristics of the hazard, the human foodborne illness, the role of food as well as the main elements related to domestic hygiene.
These sheets are designed to help food industry professionalsprepare guides to good hygiene practice. They are regularly updated, making them reliable scientific tools.