Introduction Food Safety Food Security interplay

is the of contagious diseases as well as the appropriate handling, preparation, and of food. Access to healthy food is referred to as food , which also relates to a wider range of issues involving the availability, accessibility, use, and stability of food. Foodborne illness, food loss, and food are all caused by contaminated food, and low- and middle-income countries are most burdened by this.

The following illustrates the relationship between food safety and and touches upon the situation in East countries by briefly presenting a qualitative study done by Andrada Mierlut for her MSc thesis project.

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