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Sunday, 29 July, 2001, 23:26 GMT 00:26 UK
FOOD SAFETY


Cows Test could cut food poisoning cases
A test for the bacterium Campylobacter could signficantly cut the number of food poisoning cases.
Concerted drive to end food poisoning
The new Food Standards Agency will take the lead on policy related to food poisoning, as new figures show reported cases remained virtually static between 1997 and 1998.
What's in a burger?
Burgers have come to symbolise the food scares of recent times, but careful cooking and handling can prevent many infections.
How safe is the food we eat?
The possible link between milk and Crohn's Disease is the latest in a list of high profile scares that have raised serious doubts about food safety.
Drive to cut poison cases
The number of notified cases of food poisoning in Britain rose above 100,000 last year.
Food Standards Agency for UK
For several years, public confidence in the food industry has been waning. Now, the UK will get a special agency to raise standards and make public health improvements.
FSA: A recipe borrowed from America
It will be many years before the Food Standards Agency wields the power of America's Food and Drug Administration.
Food minister defends genetic crops
After Prince Charles' attack on genetically-altered foods, the food safety minister insists that products in the shops are safe to eat.
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