DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2312-413x.6.5.2018.146768

Infection outbreaks due to food consumption in countries of the world

V.I. Trykhlib

Abstract


The article provides a review of the literature on infection outbreaks in the countries throughout the world, which were caused by the use of food products, and considers pathogens that caused them.

Keywords


infection outbreaks; food products; pathogens; review

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