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Food Contamination
(Food Adulteration)


The presence in food of harmful, unpalatable, or otherwise objectionable foreign substances, e.g. chemicals, microorganisms or diluents, before, during, or after processing or storage.

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<b>FOOD CONTAMINATION</b> MONITORING
FOOD CONTAMINATION MONITORING
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the <b>Contaminated Food</b> Took
the Contaminated Food Took
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<b>Contaminated Food poisoning</b>
Contaminated Food poisoning
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<b>food contamination</b>
food contamination
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Heavy <b>contamination</b> of plants
Heavy contamination of plants
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The <b>contaminants</b> were not
The contaminants were not
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point of <b>contamination</b> and
point of contamination and
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How <b>Food</b> Gets <b>Contaminated</b>
How Food Gets Contaminated
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