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Offsetting behavior and the benefits of food safety policies

Offsetting behavior and the benefits of food safety policies

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Published by North Dakota State University, Dept. of Agribusiness and Applied Economics in Fargo, N.D .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food handling -- Government policy -- United States -- Evaluation,
  • Food -- Safety regulations -- United States -- Evaluation,
  • Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (Food safety system),
  • Risk perception -- United States,
  • Consumer behavior -- United States

  • About the Edition

    The net effect of food policies, viewed in terms of reduction of foodborne illness, death and food related diseases from obesity, may sometimes be much smaller than the predicted effect because of failure to account for offsetting behavior (OB). Theoretical and empirical models are developed and tested to determine the presence of dominant or partial OB in food safety policies. Results reveal that information that affects outrage and other determinants of risk perception will cause consumers to relax their vigilance in response to the food safety policy. This behavioral anomaly indicates a serious deviation from rational choice and may help explain the growing gap between the decrease in pathogen levels recorded after hazard analysis of critical control points implementation in meat processing plants and the number of outbreaks of food poisoning cases caused by foodborne pathogens.

    Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam Nganje ... [et. al.].
    SeriesAgribusiness and applied economics report -- no. 616, Agribusiness & applied economics report -- no. 616.
    ContributionsNganje, William Evange, 1966-, North Dakota State University. Dept. of Agribusiness and Applied Economics.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA601 .O298 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 19 p. :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22545725M
    LC Control Number2008412175

    Information about positive impact of food safety policies affects consumers’ perception up to the point where they become lax and negligent about the way they prepare and consume their food. Offsetting behavior should be taken into account in order to correctly evaluate the net benefits of food safety regulations. Written Food Safety Plans: Policies, Procedures, and Documentation. Purdue University is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Institution. Funded in part by a USDA Specialty Crops Block Grant from the Indiana State Department of Agriculture. Scott Monroe. Food Safety Educator. Purdue Extension.

    nsafe food has been a human health problem since history was first recorded, and many food safety problems encountered today are not new. Although go vernments all over the world are doing their best to improve the safety of the food supply, the occurrence of foodborne disease remains a significant health.   About the author Dan Fone is business development director for NSF International's global food safety division. He is a food safety expert with more than 25 years of experience in the food industry, including extensive knowledge of safety management systems in the U.S. and Europe and helped design hazards analysis and critical control points (HACCP) systems for food .

    The food safety management system documentation includes the food safety policy and food safety objectives, the procedures and records required by ISO and those documents required to ensure the effective development, implementation and updating of the food safety management system. Frank is an adjunct Professor in the Food Safety Program at Michigan State University and he is the author of the books, Food Safety Culture, Creating a Behavior-based Food Safety Management System, and Food Safety = Behavior, 30 Proven Techniques to Enhance Employee Compliance. GFSR: Frank, thank you for joining us again today.


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The expected effect of these food-safety policies forecasted in terms of reduction in foodborne illnesses, mortality, and food-related diseases may be overstated if consumer's offsetting behavior.

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The expected effect of these food‐safety policies forecasted in terms of reduction in foodborne illnesses, mortality, and food‐related diseases may be overstated if consumers' offsetting behavior is overlooked.

Reduction and, in some cases, reversal of direct policy effect may by: 3. Outbreaks of foodborne illnesses have an effect on the development of public health policy.

Due to safety-related uncertainties in the food supply chain, various regulatory safety and health policies are implemented to decrease potential harm to likely victims. The expected effect of these food-safety policies forecasted in terms of reduction in foodborne illnesses, mortality, and food Cited by: 3.

Offsetting Behavior and the Benefits of Food Safety Policies in Vegetable Preparation and Consumption Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Ndembe, Elvis & Nganje, William E. & Miljkovic, Dragan, "Offsetting Behavior and the Benefits of Food Safety Policies in Vegetable Preparation and Consumption," Agribusiness & Applied Economics ReportNorth Dakota State University, Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics.

Handle: RePEc:ags:nddaae DOI: / This research tests the presence of dominant or partial offsetting behavior in the preparation and consumption of vegetables if a food-safety policy such as the Pathogen Reduction/Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (PR/HACCP) is mandated in the vegetable er Behavior, Food Safety Policies, HACCP, Offsetting Behavior.

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Consumer Offsetting Behavior and Food Safety Information: The Case of Vegetable Preparation and Consumption as it applies to the U.S. Salmonella Nationwide Contamination Book Full-text available. Offsetting Behavior and the Benefits of Food Safety Policies in Vegetable Preparation and Consumption Elvis Ndembe, William Nganje and Dragan Miljkovic1 INTRODUCTION Food-safety related worries occur at all levels of the food supply chain: on-farm, in transportation systems, and in the course of handling.

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