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The quality of food risk management in Europe: Perspectives and priorities


  • Houghton, J.R.
  • Rowe, G.
  • Frewer, L.J.
  • Van Kleef, E.
  • Chryssochoidis, G.
  • Kehagia, O.
  • Korzen-Bohr, S.
  • Lassen, J.
  • Pfenning, U.
  • Strada, A.


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  • Houghton, J.R. & Rowe, G. & Frewer, L.J. & Van Kleef, E. & Chryssochoidis, G. & Kehagia, O. & Korzen-Bohr, S. & Lassen, J. & Pfenning, U. & Strada, A., 2008. "The quality of food risk management in Europe: Perspectives and priorities," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 33(1), pages 13-26, February.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:jfpoli:v:33:y:2008:i:1:p:13-26

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