Food safety regulations
Food safety regulations describe scientific discipline of handling, preparations and storage of food. They were developed to prevent food borne diseases and severe health hazards as food serves as reproductive medium for the growth of microorganisms. The set of guidelines, standard procedures and preventive techniques mentioned in food safety regulations are mandatory to be followed accordingly to each country safety guidelines respectively, such as USFDA for USA and Canadian Food Inspection Agency for Canada. These food safety regulations are framed to protect public health, protect the environment, assure fare trades and convey information to consumers by package labeling requirements.
Edelweiss Journal of Food Science and Technology publishes articles related to food science and technology and cover various topics such as nutrition, health, dietetics, clinical nutrition and many more. Articles related to food safety regulations can be research, review or Case reports. All of these types of manuscripts are welcomed to publish in the Edelweiss Journal of Food Science and Technology. This Journal is running by Edelweiss publications with eminent editors for peer review process.