Contamination of food with biological agents: An integrated risk analysis and risk communication approach
FP7 Project with U.S. partner
Short name and number
Food Contamination (220444)
Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, Biotechnology
In spite of efforts to improve safety throughout the food chain, globalization of the food trade presents new challenges to assure food safety. Any contamination that occurs in one country may have severe consequences on both health and trade in other countries. Moreover, the events of September 11, 2001 and the subsequent anthrax incidents gave rise to concerns about food terrorism.
The Netherlands and United States.
Name of US Partner
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY
WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITEIT (NL) / FREWER Lynn J.