Food Issues, Policies, and Safety Considerations. Volume 5

Cynthia M. Truman (Editor)

Series: Food Issues, Policies, and Safety Considerations
BISAC: TEC012000



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This book discusses several topics on food issues, policies, and safety. The topics include legal issues with federal labeling of genetically engineered food; revisions of nutrition facts label; the U.S. wine industry and selected trade issue with the European Union; U.S. catfish industry and foreign trade; nut consumption among U.S. adults; consumer response to foodborne disease outbreaks of different severities; food safety performance of ground beef suppliers to the national school lunch program; and shelf-stable food safety. (Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1. Legal Issues with Federal Labeling of Genetically Engineered Food: In Brief
Emily M. Lanza

Chapter 2. Revision of the Nutrition Facts Label: Proposed Rules
Agata Dabrowska

Chapter 3. The U.S. Wine Industry and Selected Trade Issues with the European Union
Renée Johnson

Chapter 4. U.S. Catfish Industry and Foreign Trade: A Fact Sheet
Harold F. Upton

Chapter 5. Nut Consumption Among U.S. Adults, 2009–2010
Samara Joy Nielsen, Brian K. Kit and Cynthia L. Ogden

Chapter 6. How Much Does It Matter How Sick You Get? Consumers’ Responses to Foodborne Disease Outbreaks of Different Severities
Fred Kuchler

Chapter 7. The Food Safety Performance of Ground Beef Suppliers to the National School Lunch Program
Michael Ollinger, Joanne Guthrie, and John Bovay

Chapter 8. Shelf-Stable Food Safety
USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service


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