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Food Issues: Notes from the Field

Topics: Food Location: General, Canada

Food Issues: Notes from the Field is a collection of food safety assessments the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) has provided in response to inquiries made by Environmental Health Officers. Example assessments include safety concerns associated with kombucha tea, raw carob powder in raw foods, and unwashed bakery couche (linens). These opinions, created by food safety specialists at the BCCDC, are based on best practices, rapid reviews of the literature and are not peer-reviewed. This resource is updated throughout the year as additional questions arise.

http://www.bccdc.ca/health-info/food-your-health/food-safety/food-issue-notes

Publication DateSep 18, 2013
PublisherBCCDC
Posted by NCCEHOct 16, 2017
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