Surveillance of foodborne disease in Australia and disease associated with dairy products
In Australia, state and territory health departments conduct surveillance of foodborne diseases to identify outbreaks and monitor trends. in 2000, the Australian Government established OzFoodNet to enhance the surveillance of foodborne diseases at the national level. Each year in Australia, OzFoodNet records approximately 100 outbreaks of foodborne disease due to a variety of different foods. Since OzFoodNet began, few outbreaks have implicated dairy products, except for outbreaks where people...[Show more]
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