Contamination risk grows as people eat more fresh produce
date:May 19, 2017
As people include more fresh produce into their diets each year contamination of fresh produce is emerging as a major food safety challenge, Lincoln toxicology Prof Ravi Gooneratne says.

While it is generally processed ready-to-eat and cold-stored meat and dairy products that are considered high-risk foods for food poisoning, recently several listeriosis outbreaks have been linked to fresh produce contamination around the world.

Studies have also detected L. monocytogenes, bacterial infections
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