Editorial Special Issue: Food safety & Hygiene
Food Safety and Hygiene
Gordana Petrovic Oggiano*
1University of Belgrad, Institute for medical research, Centre of Research Excellence in Nutrition and Metabolism, Serbia
*Corresponding author: Gordana Petrovic Oggiano, University of Belgrad, Institute for medical research, Centre of Research Excellence in Nutrition and Metabolism, Serbia; Tel: 381-11-3031997; E-mail: @
Received: 17 July, 2015; Accepted: 30 July, 2015; Published: 12 August, 2015
Citation:Oggiano GP (2015) Food Safety and Hygiene. J Nutrition Health Food Sci 3(3): 1-2. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15226/jnhfs.2015.00147
The upcoming Issue of JNHFS contributes to provide Health policy and to better understand the necessity of food hygiene from production to consumption. It spreads to the public regarding the new regulations in this field according to the Regulation of WHO and EU health legislations that are involved in food safety, nutrition and dietetics with respect to Human and Experimental studies. The Journal addresses various specialists such as Hygiene Epidemiologist, Microbiologist, Specialist in the fields of Food industry, Veterinary science and other experts to offer technical support and advice.

Foodstuffs can become hazardous due to contamination and alimentary intoxication and that's the reason we give greater significance to respect HACCP legislations during preparation, processing, storage, distribution, transportation and final consumption [1].

Our intention in this Issue is to provide a platform to promote the modality of safe food hygiene in environment in order to prevent and alleviate alimentary intoxication and to create awareness among consumers [2].
In this Issue we will cover the following topics:
• Human Nutrition and Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Micronutrients
• Food Safety/Hygiene, Quality Assurance/Quality Control [3]
• Hazardous Management[4]
• Novel (new) research methods and technologies to detect food contamination[5]
• Intra hospital infection due to microorganisms like staphylococcus aureus etc [6]
• Clinical Nutrition[7]
• Food Security Policy -New Regulations
• Food Safety Monitoring [8]
This issue will publish original research articles concerning to food safety and hygiene, food safety economics and animals and food health. We welcome all kinds of innovative articles like Review articles, Editorials, Technical reports, Brief notes, Conference proceedings, Letters to the Editor, Opinion articles, Short communications and Book reviews. All the received manuscripts will be thoroughly peer-reviewed by the experts and also by the members of the Editorial Board. The accepted articles will be published online immediately and the readers can avail the novel information any were around the sphere.
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  7. Kang NE, Kim JH, Kim YS, Ha AW. Food safety knowledge and practice by the stages of change model in school children. Nutr Res Pract. 2010; 4(6): 535–40. doi: 10.4162/nrp.2010.4.6.535.
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