Economic assessment of food safety standards: costs and benefits of alternative approaches
Traill, W. B. and Koenig, A. (2010) Economic assessment of food safety standards: costs and benefits of alternative approaches. Food Control, 21 (12). pp. 1611-1619. ISSN 0956-7135
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