Assuring food safety: guidelines for strengthening national by Food and Agriculture Organization af The United Nations,

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1. 2. 1. Article 9 Technical Assistance Members agree to facilitate the provision of technical assistance to other Members, especially developing country Members, either bilaterally or through the appropriate international organizations. Such assistance may be, inter alia, in the areas of processing technologies, research and infrastructure, including in the establishment of national regulatory bodies, and may take the form of advice, credits, donations and grants, including for the purpose of seeking technical expertise, training and equipment to allow such countries to adjust to, and comply with, sanitary or phytosanitary measures necessary to achieve the appropriate level of sanitary or phytosanitary protection in their export markets.

Coli (EHECs) pose a particular problem in that they are impossible to differentiate culturally from other flora in the gut. Identification requires advanced techniques. coli O157:H7 serves as an example of the limitation of the present knowledge and understanding of many pathogens and how they contaminate food. In the past few decades a range of microorganisms have emerged as potential causes of foodborne disease. g. Campylobacter jejuni, Vibrio parahaemolyticus, and Yersinia enterocolitica may cause foodborne illness.

Although risks associated with adulteration are usually low, such episodes invoke public outrage and anger as it violates public trust in the integrity of the food supply. With 60-70% of the income of middle class families in developing countries being spent on food, food adulteration can impact heavily on both the family budget and the health status of the family members. e. through mating or cross breeding. Genetic engineering can now transfer the hereditary material across species boundaries.

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