2012
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5828/2012.09.045
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Yasuhiro Inatsu, Rachel Ramos Elano, Thongsavath Chanthasombath, Borarin Buntong, Md Latiful Bari

Abstract: Pathogenic bacteria contaminated into raw vegetables have been recognized as a risk of foodborne illnesses. Recent researches have pointed that the contamination of these bacteria may be occurred from irrigation water, agricultural materials (such as manure) or entrance of animals into farms. The adaptation of good agricultural practices (GAP) is thought to be effective to reduce the risk of the contamination. However it is difficult to reveal the exact effectiveness of GAP on increasing the safeness of the ou…

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