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FAO and WHO publish draft on microbiological risk assessment

6 days ago   |   By Food Safety

The FAO and the WHO have put out draft guidance on microbiological risk assessment for food for public comment.
It is intended to provide guidance and a framework for carrying out each of the four components of a microbiological risk assessment, whether as part of a full risk assessment, as part of other evaluations, or as a stand-alone process, according to officials.
The four areas are hazard identification, hazard characterization, exposure assessment and risk characterization.
The primary audience is the global community of scientists and risk assessors, and risk managers or others...
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