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Chatper 9 : Finished Foods

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Abstract:

Finished foods include ready-to-eat foods, snacks, and meals. Sandwiches are reported vehicles of hepatitis A virus (HAV), , and . Sandwiches are reported vehicles of , , , , , and . Hazards from ethnic foods derive from raw ingredients prions in high-risk organs. Epidemiologists and microbiologists rightly aim to identify and report specific food vehicles. Hazards from ethnic foods derive from raw ingredients, prions in high-risk organs (brain, marrow, and eyes from bovines), home-preserved foods, and privately butchered, noninspected meats. Epidemiologists and microbiologists rightly aim to identify and report specific food vehicles. From this, a bias toward underreporting of mixed foods (menus) may result. Raw meats are risky. A typical vehicle in outbreaks is dishes that include eggs or cheese.

Citation: Stürchler D. 2006. Finished Foods, p 187-191. In Exposure. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: 10.1128/9781555817510.ch9

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Breads
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Streptococcus pyogenes
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Staphylococcus aureus
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