What is it about?

Assessing the safety of milk and beef in Uganda. The study placed emphasis on identifying elements in food which would predispose the Ugandan population to cancer, by conducting risk modeling.

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Why is it important?

Developing countries have limited infrastructure, thus efforts to promote environmental protection should be spearheaded. This is because pollutants as a result of human activities once into the food chain are very expensive to manage.

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The study would play a crucial role in the revision of food regulation guidelines in several developing countries. In the absence of data, this is difficult, thus I believe that this study would promote government to establish strong food regulatory measures to protect the general public and promote international trade.

Dr. Keneth Iceland Kasozi
Kampala International University

Milk and meat are favourite food components in Uganda like in many parts of the world and it is important that people understand the risks that may exist and take adequate precautions for public health

Dr. Pwaveno Huladeino Bamaiyi
University of Jos

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This page is a summary of: Food Safety Analysis of Milk and Beef in Southwestern Uganda, Journal of Environmental and Public Health, August 2018, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, DOI: 10.1155/2018/1627180.
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