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Risky foods, safer choices : avoiding food poisoning / Peter Cerexhe and John Ashton.

Cerexhe, Peter. (Author). Ashton, John, 1947- (Added Author).
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Subject: Food poisoning.
Food contamination.
Food.
Food service.
Food handling.
Food industry and trade.
Cooking.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 0585358494
  • ISBN: 9780585358499
  • ISBN: 9781742230023
  • ISBN: 1742230024
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (163 pages) : illustrations
  • Publisher: Sydney, Australia : University of New South Wales Press, 2000.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (page 159) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION: WHY GET SO WORKED UP ABOUT IT ALL?; CHAPTER 1: WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER; CHAPTER 2: KNOW YOUR ENEMY!; CHAPTER 3: WHO IS MOST VULNERABLE?; CHAPTER 4: HOW DO I PROTECT MYSELF, MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS?; CHAPTER 5: THE DELICATESSEN; CHAPTER 6: THE GREENGROCER'S SHOP; CHAPTER 7: THE BUTCHER'S SHOP; CHAPTER 8: THE FISH SHOP; CHAPTER 9: A SWEET TOOTH; CHAPTER 10: THE SUPERMARKET; CHAPTER 11: DRINKS; CHAPTER 12: TAKEAWAY FOODS; CHAPTER 13: ESCAPING THE TRAVEL BUGS; CHAPTER 14: IT'S MY PARTY; CHAPTER 15: SCHOOL LUNCHES; CHAPTER 16: FOOD ALLERGIES.
CHAPTER 17: STORING FOODCHAPTER 18: YOU AND YOUR KITCHEN; CHAPTER 19: THE BUSINESS OF FOOD; CHAPTER 20: FUTURE UNCERTAIN; CHAPTER 21: ONE FOR THE ROAD; GLOSSARY; FURTHER READING.
Summary: Risky Foods, Safer Choices confirms what many people may have suspected - the incidence of food poisoning is on the rise. Triggering such public suspicions has been an ongoing procession of horror incidents involving such foods as salami, oysters, pork rolls, fruit salad and even orange juice that have resulted in the serious illness and even death of consumers. Risky Foods, Safer Choices helps consumers avoid the possibly tragic consequences of food poisoning. Its focus is on relatively short-term health effects of good food selection rather than longer-term health effects.
Source of Description Note: Print version record.
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