Food contamination describes the event at which a foreign material or substance that can induce foodborne illnesses is introduced to the food material. Food contamination can be categorized as biological, physical, and chemical, depending on its nature and origin. Food contamination can occur at any point in the food supply chain but can be effectively prevented by proper food handling practices.
1. Food Contamination: It’s Stages and Associated Illness
2. Human Health Effects of Bisphenol A
3. Responding to Food Contamination Incidents
5. Testing and Methods of Analysis
6. Melamine, GMO: Testing and Methods of Analysis
Amitabh Ramachandran is a Professor of Public Health, and also Visiting Professor of Nutrition. Amitabh Ramachandran is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Food and Nutrition. He research concerns the functional biology of endophytic microorganisms. He has published extensively on plant microbe interactions, polymer-based nanocomposites for food packaging, and related subjects.