Pig Meat and Food Safety in Myanmar: Evidence to Support Practice
Hoa, Ngo T.
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Research findings reveal that disease-causing bacteria, including Salmonella, are widespread on pig farms of all sizes in Yangon Region, Myanmar, as well as in pig meat sold to consumers in the city and rural areas. This evidence provides a snapshot of how intensification in pig production can affect food safety – and points to potential responses.
CitationTucker, D.; MacGregor, H.; Ebata, A. and Hoa, N.T. (2022) Pig Meat and Food Safety in Myanmar: Evidence to Support Practice, Myanmar Pig Partnership Evidence Brief, Cambridge: Myanmar Pig Partnership, DOI: 10.19088/IDS.2022.061
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