Food Safety

Topic: Epidemiology and public health

“Globalization and pollution (water and soil) have increased the difficulty of controlling the spread of pandemics. However, the development of science, technology and community regulation has led to an improvement in the food chain, particularly in countries In this context, it is essential to take into account the dynamics of communicable diseases, as well as the steps to be followed in the identification and control of possible epidemics or outbreaks.The knowledge and application of epidemiological methods contributes to the control of food- Which affect public health. Therefore, epidemiological indicators are excellent indicators of country development. ” – Elisabete Brito