Food Safety - Foodborne Illness

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  • Causes of Foodborne Illness

    Last Reviewed: 2021-11-29Handout  

    A listing from the Government of Canada of common foodborne pathogens: campylobacter, clostridium perfringens, cyclospora, E.coli, listeria monocytogenes, norovirus, paralytic shellfish poisoning, salmonella, shigella and botulism and outlines government's role in setting policies and standards for food safety and nutritional quality. In English and French.

     Target Audience: Consumer

  • E.coli O157: control of cross-contamination

    Last Updated: 2020-12-31FAQ(Frequently asked question)  

    A Food Standards Agency (UK) guide for those involved in food preparation and handling to prevent cross contamination of E.Coli 0517.

     Target Audience: Consumer

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