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Coronavirus and food safety: what the studies say

By Lucia Anelich, Adjunct Professor, Food Sustainability, Central University of Technology
Jeffrey M. Farber, Professor of Food Safety, University of Guelph
Ryk Lues, Professor and Director: Centre for Applied Food Sustainability and Biotechnology , Central University of Technology
Valeria R Parreira, Researcher and Adjunct Professor, Food Science , University of Guelph
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Food safety agencies have assessed the risk of acquiring COVID-19 from contaminated food or food packaging. They found that currently, there's no evidence that the virus is a food safety risk.

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