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Focus on Food Safety: Climate change increases food safety risks

Monday, October 18, 2021 > 10:10:49
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Rising temperatures, greenhouse gas emissions and smog and chemical discharges into the atmosphere will increase food safety risks throughout the supply chain.



Unpredictable weather patterns



Weather patterns influence all life forms on this planet. The food supply chain is only a small cog, operating at the mercy of the global weather system. The dramatic climate changes that we are now experiencing in ever increasing frequencies are impacting all life forms and forcing all of us to either adapt to these changes or perish. Our supply chains have adapted to the climatic conditions we have known for the past few decades. The food safety measures we’ve developed are based on these old conditions, but they will likely not be suitable for the future, as climate change forces pathogens to evolve and adapt.



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