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Consideration is given to recent changes in food retailing in Europe. Forecasts of future changes are presented. The forecasts result from a survey of young executives in the European food retailing industry. They see a future with a wider variety of products, more discerning consumers, greater...
Foodborne disease caused by bacteria is acknowledged to be very widespread in Africa, Asia and Latin America but even in advanced areas of the world this is now giving rise to acute concern. The most common causes of this are examined here with special reference to England and Wales, the extreme...
What is the value of public price information systems for wholesale marketing in EC horticulture Before the advent of today's advanced marketing theory and channelling of information these systems were considered in some quarters to be advantageous but the ramifications of the modern marketing...
In spite of microbiological Quality Assurance QA, which has been employed for many years to guarantee the quality of food products in their early stages, food poisoning outbreaks are still increasing. Although food handlers must be educated still further in matters of hygiene, QA on the...
Despite increased education and legislation to raise standards of hygiene in all aspects of food handling, a definite increase is reported in foodborne infections and intoxications in the UK. The main bacteria are examined here and, since it is envisaged that the number of reported cases is...
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