Author: Entis, MSc SM(NRM)
Publisher: ASM Press
Date Published: 2007
Pages: 400 pages
Cover Type: Soft Cover
Food Safety: Old Habits, New Perspectives offers a fascinating anecdotal assessment of food- and waterborne illness "from farm to fork." This book examines how modern technology and traditional views regarding food safety and food handling can affect consumer safety. Readers will become familiar with the history and causes behind many well-known outbreaks, including Salmonella, E. coli O157:H7, Cryptosporidium, norovirus, and "mad cow" disease.
The book is international in scope, providing information on food-borne outbreaks in other countries; it also traces the safety lapses and responsibilities contributing to a number of historical and modern food- and waterborne disease outbreaks.
Specific information about individual food-borne illnesses, including pathogenesis and factors contributing to these illnesses, are included in each chapter. Appendices detail the pathogens responsible for most food-borne illnesses.
Medical technologists will find this book fascinating reading, as well as a valuable addition to their reference library.
Meets the Florida 1-hour requirement in microbiology.
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