Systematic review of the significance of the food chain in the context of AMR


Food Standards Agency

Project status

SAFOSO contributed to a systematic literature review in collaboration with RVC mandated by the UK Food Standards Agency, which aimed to provide evidence on the prevalence of antimicrobial resistant bacteria in retail pork, poultry meat, dairy products, seafood and fresh produce that could pose a risk to UK consumers.

The review included both selected foodborne pathogens and selected commensal bacteria. The project resulted in a report that was published by the FSA and is available on the FSA's website. For more information about exposure of consumers to AMR via food, please also have a look at our project "Exposure of Swiss consumers to AMR bacteria via food".

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