NZFSA’s Campylobacter risk Management Strategy is progressing well, with only a few areas threatening to affect the timetable. This update covers the work that is being done on possible effective interventions at all steps along the farm-to-fork food chain. NZFSA’s approach is in line with that being taken internationally to address the problem of the presence of Campylobacter in poultry, and aims to produce the greatest reductions in bacteria numbers as early as possible in the food chain (that is, as close to the farm as is practical and effective), as well as make further reductions at as many other points as are also practical and effective.
Campylobacter risk management strategy - Update March 2007
Risk Management Proposal
Food Safety, Food safety and suitability research, Campylobacter