Case Study Of Food Poisoning  

       Food poisoning is a routine ailment generally mild, but which at times can prove fatal. The When a person consumes tainted food or drink the symptoms manifest themselves within 48 hours thereafter. These are typically vomiting, diarrhoea, cramping and nausea. More...

Global Food Safety Specifications

Global Food Safety Specifications

Food safety issues and the entire gamut of the food production cycle is a matter of grave concern that is being addressed by the UN through the WHO, which works in concert with the Food and Agricultural Organization.

New methods of risk analysis are being evolved to control foodborne diseases in developing and developed nations.  Foodborne diseases account for significant mortality in the third world. More...

 

Food Safety Act 1990 Investigations

Food Safety Act 1990 Investigations

The General Food Regulations 2004 and The Food Safety Act 1990 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom and was passed largely to meet with the norms of EC standards.

The Act is exhaustive and wide ranging covering all aspects of food and drinks from production to consumption. In its strictest form it encompasses not merely the processor but the importer, the distributor, wholesaler, retailer and all people involved in the complete food cycle. All premises where food is stored falls within its ambit, including warehouses. More...

 

 

How Long Until Food Poisoning Symptoms Start ?

How Long Until Food Poisoning Symptoms Start

Food poisoning is very generic expression that embraces a host of gastrointestinal illnesses. The first symptoms invariably are nausea, vomiting, cramping and loose motions. Depending upon the toxin or organism responsible and the quantity ingested, these symptoms are manifested in as little as 30 minutes after consumption of contaminated food or drink, or in certain cases can prolong over several weeks .More...

 

Egg Whites Used For Food Poisoning

Egg Whites Used For Food Poisoning

Consumption of raw egg in any form is actively discouraged by the US Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The main fear is contamination of eggs by Salmonella enteritidis, a form of pathogenic bacteria.

The incidence of such infection is very low these days. Currently the occurrence of salmonella contamination is around one in 30000 eggs or about 0.0034 percent, which is insignificant. More...

 

Types Of Food Poisoning Caused By Dinoflagellates

Types Of Food Poisoning Caused By Dinoflagellates

Fish is the root cause of Ciguatera food poisoning, a syndrome occurring in humans resulting from intoxication by consumption of infected fish. The word Ciguatera is of Spanish origin, coined to describe the poisoning resulting from ingesting a marine snail called ‘cigua’ by early Spanish settlers in the Caribbean. The active ingredients of the infection are known as Dinoflagellate toxins. More...

 

Peanut Butter And Food Poisoning

Peanut Butter And Food Poisoning

The CDC reports that every year, roughly 40,000 Americans are afflicted by food poisoning originating from peanut butter. It is believed that the figure could be significantly larger as several cases go unreported.

A very recent outbreak in January 2009 reports over 500 infected people spread over 43 states. The cause has been pinpointed not to peanut butter in jars rather to crackers, ice cream, cookies and other processed foods made More...

 

USDA National Food Safety For Canning Hot Peppers

Usda National Food Safety For Canning Hot Peppers

Capsaicinoids in peppers are what give them the pungency. It is a flavorless, odorless substance that works on the pain receptors in your mouth and throat and sets them afire. It does not stop at a fiery sensation but goes on to make you sweat, your nose to run and makes your eyes water. More...

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Cdc-Food-Safety-For-Raw-Fresh-Water-Salt-Water-Fish      The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) pursues a policy of prevention of disease for improved health. CDC has a department known as the Foodborne Diseases Active Surveillance Network which responds to foodborne diseases that affect the nation by identifying the source and monitoring the control of such diseases. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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