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  • Author:
    R E Hester,R M Harrison
  • ISBN:
    0854042709
  • ISBN13:
    978-0854042708
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    Royal Society of Chemistry; 1 edition (June 28, 2001)
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    178 pages
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Nevertheless, its importance to food production and the threats to its sustainability are often overlooked. Cite this publication.

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The quality and safety of the food we eat attracts a great deal of publicity and is high on the list of public concerns. This highly emotive issue is discussed in this timely book. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 12, 2002, 252). The book must be heartedly recommended to all members of IFST, both as an interesting and thought-provoking read - and as one to recommend to so many of those who ask us questions about food and the food industry. Food Science and Technology, Vol 15, Issue 4, p 61, 2001) a balanced and up-to-date overview. an easy-to-follow text for a wide readership.

Students of food science or environmental science will also find it. .From the book series: Issues in Environmental Science and Technology.

Students of food science or environmental science will also find it essential reading. The quality and safety of the food we eat attracts a great deal of publicity and is high on the list of public concerns. This highly emotive issue is discussed in this timely book, which brings together a group of experts to present up-to-date and balanced overviews on a wide range of topics including GM crops; hazardous microorganisms such as E. coli; the BSE/CJD problem; and cancer-causing chemicals, both natural and synthetic.

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None of the crops currently used as food plants resemble their wild progenitors; all have been modified over the centuries to improve aspects of their quality and productivity.

He was previously Lecturer in Environmental Sciences at the University of Lancaster and . Ronald E. Rester Roy M.

He was previously Lecturer in Environmental Sciences at the University of Lancaster and Reader and Director of the Institute of Aerosol Science at the University of Essex.

This book is part of a series focusing on key issues in environmental science and technology. Focusing on the sustainability of water supplies to the growing populations throughout the world, this volume consists of articles contributed by a group of experts drawn from around the globe. Audible Download Audiobooks.

The quality and safety of the food we eat attracts a great deal of publicity and is high on the list of public concerns. This highly emotive issue is discussed in this timely book, which brings together a group of experts to present up-to-date and balanced overviews on a wide range of topics including GM crops; hazardous microorganisms such as E. coli; the BSE/CJD problem; and cancer-causing chemicals, both natural and synthetic. Thought-provoking and of interest to a wide readership, this authoritative review will be welcomed by food scientists, legislators, government officials and advisors. Students of food science or environmental science will also find it essential reading.