Sanitation Practices and Food Quality and Safety, a Case Study of Highquality Bread Industry in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State Nigeria

Authors : Grace E . Offiong, Eneyo okon Eyo

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 12 - December

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Poor sanitation practices have serious harm on the quality and safety of food in food industries. The problem of insanitary practices on the quality and safety food in food industries in Calabar is widely known in the developed countries like United States of American and Britain. Improper sanitation practices result to lesser number of prod-borne illness, accounting or only five thousand deaths per annum, while in the developing countries of the world, 3.8 million people die annually of diarrheoa related disease, most of whom are children, (W.H.O 2011) a research conducted by A.R. Isara et al (2009). To determine the prevalence of food contamination of food was 37.5% with salad meat pie and fried rice serving as the most contaminated food.


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