Risky Foods, Safer Choices
Avoiding Food Poisoning
It does not mean we have reason to panic. The authors believe that Australia has a very good record on food safety issues. The local food industry goes to great lengths to ensure food is safe to eat. However, inevitably things go wrong, occasionally with tragic results.
Risky Foods, Safer Choices helps consumers in practical ways by:
Risky Foods, Safer Choices helps consumers avoid the possibly tragic consequences of food poisoning. Its focus is on relatively short-term health effects of good food selection rather than longer-term health effects.
John Ashton is the chief chemist for a major Australian food corporation and Conjoint Senior Lecturer in Food Technology at the University of Newcastle. He has written two books and co-authored five more, including The Perils of Progress and Risky Foods, Safer Choices.
Peter Cerexhe has worked as a lawyer, journalist and editor. He spent eight years as a journalist for Choice magazine and is the author of Before and After Retirement (Choice Books, 1998) as well as chapters in several other books.
166 pages; ISBN 9781742230023
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Title: Risky Foods, Safer Choices
Author: Peter Cerexhe; John Ashton
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