Assessment of the Potential for Cross-Contamination of Food Products by Reusable Shopping Bags
This article ‘Assessment of the Potential for Cross-Contamination of Food Products by Reusable Shopping Bags’ is courtesy of our colleagues at the International Association for Food Protection. The article discusses research findings made by co-authors David L Williams, Charles P Gerba, Sherri Maxwell and Ryan G Sinclair from the University of Arizona on the likelihood of disease-causing micro-organisms being transferred from one food to another via reusable shopping bags. FoodLegal notes this article demonstrates how a perceived environmental product may create a threat to public health and safety.
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This is general information rather than legal advice and is current as of 12 Dec 2015. We therefore recommend you seek legal advice for your particular circumstances if you want to rely on advice or information to be a basis for any commercial decision-making by you or your business.