The Importance of Food Safety in China
– The Importance of Food Safety Food safety was established to ensure the food we consume is properly cooked or maintained well. Food is an essential for surviving in all animals’ creation as well as humans. The government has set up programs and a department for food safety and inspection to make sure retailers are selling up to codes whether it be warm or cold edible food. It is unfortunate that some countries do not have to opportunity to learn about food safety. Food safety is very important because eating uncooked food can lead to being ill or food poisoning….
Wasting Products Such as Water and Food
– During my three years as a CNA at Good Samaritan Nursing home. I’ve noticed an increase in the amount of wasted products. I admit that I’m angry and deeply concerned about the waste of water and food at my nursing home. I’ve observed and conclude that wasting products are not only the fault of patients, but also of the members of the staff. After I underline the importance of water and food in our daily life and explain the ways they are wasted I’ll suggest some challenging yet feasible solutions to break the cycle of unnecessary waste….
How Processed Food Products Affect our Environment
– … (Los Angeles Times, “6 Miscarriages Linked to Tainted Water, CDC Reports”). Other major problems our food industry causes due to animal wastes are ammonia, hydrogen sulfite, methane, volatile organic compounds, and particulate matter from fecal dust. These toxins eventually travel through the air and begin to enter into our lungs and are able to cause major respiratory illnesses. In February 2002 a case study conducted by Iowa State University and the University of Iowa Study Group found that as many as 70 percent of U.S….
Impact of Genetically Modified Food Products on Human Health
– Impact of Genetically Modified Food Products on Human Health Genetically modified (GM) food products entered the commercial food market in the United States twenty years ago. GM foods are plants and/or animals that have undergone alteration of their genetic makeup through gene splicing. Manufacture of GM food begins by pinpointing and isolating a desirable trait from within a plant, animal, virus, or bacteria. Once isolated, the selected gene is inserted into the DNA of the unrelated organism. This process of genetic merging does not occur in nature….
The Failure of High Street Retailers
– Based on retail change theories, explain the failure of high street retailers. A Case Study of Comet The recent financial meltdown that started unfolding in 2008 had a massive toll on businesses and impacted economies around the world. Adversities of the economic fallout were felt by a plethora of business sectors. Starting from the financial sector, the contagion then moved to the automobile sector, and later infected a number of downstream industries that owed their business viability to easy access to cheap credit that characterised the pre-crisis macroeconomic environment of the developed world….