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L Keener – References

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References   Crosby, P. 1979. Quality is free: The art of making quality certain. New York: McGraw-Hill.   Crosby, P. 1985. Quality improvement through defect prevention. Phillip Crosby and Associates.   com/wiki/index.php/Juran   Deming, W. E. 1993. The new economics for industry, government, education. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.   Keener, L. 1999. Is HACCP enough […]

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  1. Keener, L. 1999. Is HACCP enough for ensuring food safety? Food Testing and Analysis, 5.

 

  1. Keener, L. 2001. Buying into HACCP. Meat Processing Magazine

 

 

  1. Keener, L. 2001. HACCP: A view to the bottom line. Food Testing and Analysis.

 

  1. S. Code of Federal Regulations 21 CFR 117 Current Good Manufacturing Practices, Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Controls for Human Food.

 

  1. S. Code of Federal Regulations. 21CFR 123 – FDA Seafood HACCP Regulations.

 

  1. S. Code of Federal Regulations. 21CFR 113 – FDA Low Acid Canned Foods Regulations.

 

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  1. Cole, M., D. Hoover, C. Stewart and L. Keener. 2011. New tools for microbiological risk assessment, risk management, and process validation methodology. In: H. Q. Zhang et al. (eds.) Nonthermal processing technologies for food. Wiley Press.

 

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