Assessment of consumer food safety education provided by local authorities in the UK .
A considerable quantity of food safety advice is provided to UK consumers. The materials etc are unique and diverse, and suggests a need for sharing of materials and areas of innovation between local authorities. Provision of generic, managed and co-ordinated food safety education resources in the UK may not only decrease time and financial costs, but also increase consumer confidence in the accuracy of information provided and alleviate potential confusion of information from differing sources. British Food Journal 2006 ; 108 732 – 752.
Publication Type: Journal article
Publisher: British Food Journal