The system in Egypt to control microbiological risks in food of non-animal origin for export to the European Union is in a phase of transition and reform, according to a report.
A study by German researchers has raised concerns on the microbiological quality of ready-to-eat salad mixes and fresh sprouts.
The three-year research project by the Max Rubner Institute also found the microbiological quality of cucumbers,…
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Official food safety controls in Turkey can ensure that food of non-animal origin intended for export to the European Union meet requirements for primary production and processing, according to a report.
The Directorate-General for Health…
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