Food safety trends: From globalization of whole genome sequencing to application of new tools to prevent foodborne diseases

Siyun Wang, Daniel Weller, Justin Falardeau, Laura K. Strawn, Fernando O. Mardones, Aiko D. Adell, Andrea I. Moreno Switt

Resultado de la investigación: Research - revisión exhaustivaReview article

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Background Food safety is a priority for all stakeholders associated with the food supply and consumption. Outbreaks and recalls caused by microbial pathogens are widely attributed to contaminated foods, and lead to considerable public health and economic burdens. Scope and approarch This review presented major current trends in food safety research, regulation and strategic development. Specifically we discussed about: (i) worldwide application of genomic data in foodborne pathogen surveillance and outbreak investigation; (ii) Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in food safety to prevent and predict pathogen contamination; (iii) modeling tools adapted from landscape ecology, network analysis and niche modeling to prevent foodborne diseases; and (iv) meta-analysis of food safety data to facilitate decision making. Key findings and conclusions While some of these technologies are receiving increasing recognition around the world (e.g., WGS), others are still at their infancy in regards to their application in food safety (e.g., meta-analysis). The establishment of relevant, valid and multi-dimensional databases is the key to effective application of many new trends in food safety described in this review.

IdiomaEnglish
Páginas188-198
Número de páginas11
PublicaciónTrends in Food Science and Technology
Volumen57
DOI
EstadoPublished - 1 nov 2016

Huella dactilar

globalization
foodborne illness
food safety
genome
Internationality
Foodborne Diseases
Food Safety
Genome
meta-analysis
pathogens
Disease Outbreaks
Meta-Analysis
public economics
outbreak investigation
landscape ecology
food contamination
infancy
food pathogens
geographic information systems
stakeholders

Keywords

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Biotechnology
    • Food Science

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