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International Journal of Home Science

2019, VOL. 5 ISSUE 3, PART A

Microbial analysis of street food

Author(s): Vatsla Madhur and Vidushi Yadav
Abstract:
Microbial contamination of food and water is a major source of illness. Severe contamination is generally linked to contaminated water, but transmission could occur through contaminated foods served by the street vendors and restaurants. Owing to rapid urban population growth, many people live in conditions of extreme poverty and poor sanitation. This has also seen to aggravate food safety problems. Globally, deaths due to food borne illness mounts to 1.8 million, to which, a significant number is contributed by India. For the microbial screening of various food samples biochemical cherecterization had been performed.
Pages: 20-22  |  5 Views  20 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Vatsla Madhur, Vidushi Yadav. Microbial analysis of street food. Int J Home Sci 2019;5(3):20-22.
International Journal of Home Science