Patricia Foriwaa Ababio
University of Lincoln, United Kingdom
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Food Process Technol
The demands and requirements on food laws remain the same across continents as food hazards and related risks present the same hazard to individuals internationally including school going age children and adolescents. Different nations are however burdened with different economic and developmental issues which affect the importance attached to food law requirements. Whilst the demands on food safety and hygiene remains stringently upheld, implemented and maintained in the United Kingdom the same could not be said of Ghana, a developing country in Africa. The absence of infrastructure, facilities, human resource with requisite knowledge and lack of law enforcement remain the battle to be fought for a unified food hygiene and safety practice across the globe.
Patricia Foriwaa Ababio did her BSc in Agriculture, MSc in Food Safety and Control from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and PhD in Food Science and Technology from University of Lincoln, UK. At present she is working as a Lecturer at University of Education, Winneba, Ghana.
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