publications

Summary

Books 1
Chapters in books 11
Papers, letters to editors and technical notes published in refereed journals 56
Papers in press, accepted or submitted 1
Abstracts read 117
Book reviews 10
Technical reports 29
Commentary/Letters to editors 205

 

Books

1. Powell, D.A. and Leiss, W. 1997. Mad Cows and Mother’s Milk. McGill-Queen’s University Press. 308 pp.

Chapters in books

11. Powell, D.A. 2011. Food safety, genetically engineered foods and perception in Comprehensive Biotechnology, Second Edition, Moo-Young M, (ed.) Elsevier p. 769-773.

10. Powell, D.A., Jacob, C.J. and Chapman, B. 2009. Produce in public: Spinach, safety and public policy in Microbial Safety of Fresh Produce: Challenges, Perspectives, and Strategies ed. by X. Fan, B.A. Niemira, C.J. Doona, F.E. Feeherry and R.B. Gravani. Blackwell Publishing, pp 369-384.

9. Jacob, C.J., Chapman, B.J. and Powell, D.A. 2009. Conclusions and Recommendations in The Produce Contamination Problem — Causes and Solutions ed. by Gerald Sapers, Academic Press, pp 445-451.

8. Powell, D. 2008. Why transgenic plants are so controversial in Plant Biotechnology and Genetics ed. by C. Neal Stewart. Wiley pp 343-356.

7. Chapman, B.J. and Powell, D.A. 2005. Implementing on-farm food safety programs in fruit and vegetable cultivation in Improving the Safety of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables, ed. by W. Jongen, Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, U.K. pp 268-292.

6. Bahtia, J. and Powell, D.A. 2002. The labeling of genetically engineered foods in Genetically Modified Foods: Debating Biotechnology, ed. by M. Ruse and D. Castle. Prometheus Press.

5. Powell, D.A. 2002. The role of media in epidemiological investigations of foodborne illness in Handbook on Field Epidemiology ed. by Greenough, P. Oxford University Press. London.

4. Powell, D.A., Blaine, K., Leudtke, A., Morris, S. and Wilson, J. 2001. Risk management and communication: Enhancing consumer confidence in Governing Food: Science, Safety and Trade ed. by P.W.B. Phillips and R. Wolfe. McGill-Queen’s University Press. Montreal, pp. 133-148.

3. Powell, D.A. 2001. Mad cow disease and the stigmatization of British beef in Risk, Media and Stigma ed. by Flynn, J., Slovic, P. and Kunreuther. EarthScan. London, pp. 219-228.

2. Powell, D.A. 2000. Genetically-engineered angst: From Frankenstein to Frankenfood. in Safe Enough? Managing Risk and Regulation. Fraser Institute. pp. 135-154.

1. Powell, D.A. 2000. Risk-based regulatory responses in global food trade: Guatemalan raspberry imports into the U.S. and Canada, 1996-1998 in Risk and Regulation ed. by B. Doern. University of Toronto. pp.131-135.

 
Papers, letters to editors and technical notes published in refereed journals

56. Chapman, B., Raymond, B. and Powell, D.A. 2014. Potential of social media as a tool to combat foodborne illness. Perspectives in Public Health, July 2014. 134 (4): 225-230.

55. Erdozain, G., KuKunich, K., Chapman, B. and Powell, D.A. 2014. Best practices for public interaction with animals. Zoonoses and Public health.

54. Powell, D.A. 2014. Surveys suck: Consumer preferences when purchasing genetically engineered foods. GM Crops and Food, 4 (3): 195-201.

53. Chapman, B., MacLaurin, T. and Powell, D.  2013. Video observation and data coding methods to assess food handling practices at food service. Food Protection Trends, 33 (3): 146–156.

52. Kukanich KS, Kaur R, Freeman LC., Powell, DA. 2013. Evaluation of a hand hygiene campaign in outpatient health care clinics. Am J Nurs 113: 36-42.

51. Mancini, R., Murray, L., Chapman, B.J and Powell, D.A. 2012. Investigating the potential benefits of on-site food safety training for Folklorama, a temporary food service event. J. Food Protection, 75 (10): 1829-1834.

50. Erdozain, S. Allen, K. and Powell, D.A. 2012. Failures in sprouts related risk communication. Food Control. 10.1016/j.foodcont.2012.08.022

49. Powell, D.A., Erdozain, S., Dodd, C., Costa, R. Morley, K. and Chapman, B.J. 2013. Audits and inspections are never enough: a critique to enhance food safety. Food Control, 30(2): 686–691.

48. Erdozain, G., KuKanich, K., Chapman, B. and Powell, D.A. 2012. Observation of public health risk behaviors, risk communication, and hand hygiene at Kansas and Missouri petting zoos – 2010-2011. Zoonoses and Public Health. DOI: 10.1111/j.1863-2378.2012.01531.x

47. Mathiasen, L., Morley, K., Chapman, B., and Powell, D. 2012. Using a training video to improve agricultural workers’ knowledge of on-farm food safety. Journal of Extension 50 (1).

46. Powell, D.A., Jacob, C.J., and Chapman, B.J. 2011. Blogs, infosheets and new media as academic scholarship in food safety research, education, and extension. Innovative Higher Education, published on-line ahead of print, DOI: 10.1007/s10755-011-9207-

45. Filion, K., Powell, D. 2011. Designing a national restaurant inspection disclosure system for New Zealand. Journal of Food Protection, 74(11): 1869-1874.

44. Filion, K., KuKanich, K. S., Chapman, B., Hardigree, M. K., & Powell, D. A. 2011. Observation-based evaluation of hand hygiene practices and the effects of an intervention at a public hospital cafeteria. American Journal of Infection Control, 39(6): 464-470.

43. Wilson, S., Chapman, B, Powell, D.A. 2011. Understanding food safety information needs: using an information service as a research tool. Food Protection Trends, 31: 437-445.

42. Wilson, S.M., Jacob, C.J. and Powell, D.A. 2011. Behavior-change interventions to improve hand hygiene practice: A review. Critical Public Health, 21(1): 119-127.

41. Powell, D.A., Jacob, C.J., and Chapman, B.J. 2011. Enhancing food safety culture to reduce rates of foodborne illness. Food Control, 22(6): 817-822.

40. Chapman, B., MacLaurin, T. and Powell, D. 2010. Food safety infosheets: Design and refinement of a narrative-based training intervention. British Food Journal, 113(2). http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1906884&show=abstract

39. Jacob CJ, Lok C, Morley K & Powell DA. (2011). Government management of two media-facilitated crises involving dioxin contamination of food. Public Understanding of Science 20:261-269.

38. Cahill, S., Morley, K. and Powell, D.A. 2010. Coverage of organic agriculture in North American newspapers: Media: linking food safety, the environment, human health and organic agriculture. British Food Journal, 112(7): 710–722.  http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1871116&show=abstract

37. Chapman, B., Eversley, T., Fillion, D., MacLaurin, T. and Powell, D. 2010. Assessment of food safety practices of food service food handlers (risk assessment data): Testing of a communication intervention (evaluation of tools). Journal of Food Protection, 73(6): 1101-1107.

36. Powell, D.A., Blaine, K. and Chapman, B. 2010. Enhancing consumer confidence in agricultural biotechnology and genetically engineered food. The National Agricultural Law Center, University of Arkansas. (Reprinted from Jurimetrics, 2003): 139-152.

35. Jacob, C., Mathiasen, L. and Powell, D. 2010. Designing effective messages for microbial food safety hazards. Food Control, 21(1):1-6.

34. Filion, K. and Powell, D.A. 2009. The use of restaurant inspection disclosure systems as a means of communicating food safety information. Journal of Foodservice, 20: 287-297.

33. Jacob, C.J. and Powell, D.A. 2009. Where does foodborne illness happen—in the home, at foodservice, or elsewhere—and does it matter? Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, 6(9): 1121-1123.  http://www.liebertonline.com/doi/abs/10.1089/fpd.2008.0256

32. Surgeoner, B.V., MacLaurin, T. and Powell, D.A. 2009. Assessing management perspectives of a safe food-handling label for casual dining take-out food. Food Protection Trends, 29(10): 620-625.

31. DeDonder, S., Jacob, C.J., Surgeoner, B.V., Chapman, B., Phebus, R. and Powell, D.A. 2009. Self-reported and observed behavior of primary meal preparers and adolescents during preparation of frozen, uncooked, breaded chicken products. British Food Journal, 111(9): 915-929.  http://www.emeraldinsight.com/Insight/viewContentItem.do;jsessionid=6146E6AFABCC349C376B7E55A3866D4A?contentType=Article&contentId=1811820

30. Surgeoner, B.V., Chapman, B. and Powell, D.A. 2009. University students’ hand hygiene practice during a gastrointestinal outbreak in residence: What they say they do, and what they actually do. Journal of Environmental Health, 72(2):24-28.

29. Dodd, C.C. and Powell, D.A. 2009. Regulatory management and communication of risks associated with Eschericia coli O157:H7 in ground beef. Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, 6(6): 743-747.  http://www.liebertonline.com/doi/abs/10.1089/fpd.2008.0261

28. Powell, D.A., Hubbell, A.L., Chapman, B. and Jacob, C.J. 2009. New media for food safety. Food Technology, 63(1): 38-43.  http://members.ift.org/IFT/Pubs/FoodTechnology/Archives/ft_0109.htm

27. Powell, D.A., Surgeoner, B.V., Wilson, S.M. and Chapman, B.J. 2007. The media and the message: Risk analysis and compelling food safety information from farm-to-fork. Australian Journal of Dairy Technology, 62(2): 55-59.

26. Powell, D.A., and Chapman, B. 2007. Fresh threat: what’s lurking in your salad bowl? Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 87(10): 1799-1801.  http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/114268624/abstract

25. Powell, D.A. 2007. What’s your score mate? Food Protection Trends, 26(7): 576.

24. Powell, D. and Chapman, B. 2006. Don’t eat poop. Food Protection Trends, 26(12): 988.

23. Powell, D.A. 2006. Letter to editor contained in “Editor’s note”, British Food Journal, 108(8).  http://www.emeraldinsight.com/Insight/viewContentItem.do;jsessionid=B3AF87159DF931D7A60BFB0DD05ED8EB?contentType=NonArticle&contentId=1567205

22. Mathiasen, L. and Powell, D. 2005.  Secret shopper: Grocery store employee food handling practice from a customer’s perspective. Food Protection Trends 25: 626-636.

21. Kastner, J., Powell, D., Crowley, T. and Huff, K. 2005. Scientific conviction amidst scientific controversy in the transatlantic livestock and meat trade.” Endeavour, 29(2): 78-83.

20. Mathiasen, L.A., Chapman, B.J., Lacroix, B.J. and Powell, D.A. 2004. Spot the Mistake: Television cooking shows as a source of food safety information. Food Protection Trends, 24(5): 328-334.

19. Powell, D.A., Chapman, B. and Luedtke, A. 2002. Pre-harvest issues related to food safety in fruits and vegetables. Acta Horticulturae.

18. Blaine K. and Powell D.A. 2004. Microbial food safety considerations for organic produce production; a comparative analysis of Canadian organic production standards with guidelines for microbial food safety. Food Protection Trends, 24(4): 246-252.

17. Powell, D.A., Blaine, K., Morris, S. and Wilson, J. 2003. Agronomic and consumer considerations for Bt and conventional sweet corn. British Food Journal, 105(10): 700-713.  http://www.emeraldinsight.com/Insight/viewContentItem.do;jsessionid=50C5A2C06EB244CFEDF21EF1632F32EB?contentType=Article&contentId=870721

16. Powell D. A., Blaine, K. and Chapman, B. 2003. Enhancing consumer confidence in agricultural biotechnology and genetically engineered food. Jurimetrics Journal, 44:139-152.  http://www.law.asu.edu/?id=706#Powell

15. Lacroix, B.J., Li, K.W. and Powell, D.A. 2003. Consumer food handling recommendations: is thawing of turkey a food safety issue? Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 64(2): 59-61.  http://dcjournal.metapress.com/content/p64q652231845345/?p=cbd3c82e349d42b49d970f390192b496&pi=2

14. Luedtke, A.N., Chapman, B.J. and Powell, D.A. 2003. Research note: Implementation and analysis of an on-farm food safety program for the production of greenhouse vegetables. Journal of Food Protection, 66(3): 485-489.

13. Blaine, K., Kamaldeen, S. and Powell, D. 2002. Public perceptions of biotechnology, Journal of Food Science, 67(9): 3200-3208.  http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118910019/abstract

12. Kastner, J. and Powell, D. 2002. The SPS agreement: addressing historical factors in trade dispute resolution. Agriculture and Human Values, 19(4): 283-92.  http://www.springerlink.com/content/n4018t83j3r0u632/?p=66d6dd4719b14c3aa25190620f2ebfb1&pi=1

11. Powell, D.A., Bobadilla-Ruiz, M., Whitfield, A. Griffiths, M.G. and Luedtke, A. 2002. Development, implementation and analysis of an on-farm food safety program for the production of greenhouse vegetables in Ontario, Canada. Journal of Food Protection, 65(6): 918-923.

10. Blaine, K. and Powell, D.A. 2002. Communication of food-related risks. AgBioForum, 4(3): 179-185.  http://www.agbioforum.org/v4n34/v4n34a05-powell.htm

9. Luedtke, A.N. and Powell, D.A. 2002. A review of North American E. coli O157:H7 apple cider outbreaks, media coverage and a comparative analysis of Ontario apple cider producer’s information sources and production practices. Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation, 22: 590-598.

8. Powell, D. A., Blaine, K., Gomes, L., Grant, S. E., LaCroix, B. and Morris, S. 2002. Water Warnings: Communication in Drinking Water-Related Public Health Emergencies, Walkerton Inquiry Commissioned Paper 12, Toronto, Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General.

7. Powell, D.A. 2002. Food safety: a scientific perspective. Insert to the Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 63(1).

6. Morris, S. and Powell, D.A. 2001. Rats and risk. The Lancet, 357(9252): 309-310.  http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(05)71753-0/fulltext

5. Powell, D.A. 2000. Food safety and the consumer — perils of poor risk communication. Canadian Journal of Animal Science, 80(3): 393-404.

4. Powell, D.A. 2000. Reclaiming dinner: enhancing food safety and consumer confidence. Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation, 20(11): 846-848.

3. Powell, D.A., Alves, D.M., Lynch, J., Lammerding, A. and Griffiths, M.W. 1999. Evaluation of electronic information sources to identify food safety issues for risk management and communication: the creation and assessment of the Food Safety network (FSnet). Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation, 19(9): 618-621.

2. Powell, D.A. and Harris, L.J. 1997. Fast food on the information highway. Part 1. Becoming electronic: take me to your e-mail. Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation, 12: 38-40.

1. Lee, S. -W., Nazar, R.N., Powell, D.A. and Robb, J. 1992. Reduced PAL gene suppression in Verticillium-infected resistant tomatoes. Plant Molecular Biology, 18: 345-352.  http://www.springerlink.com/content/u7512250q26nn041/?p=e695aa611b6f404db63ffa36ea2d530f&pi=14

 

Abstracts read

117. Chapman, B., Kreske, A. and Powell, D. 2011. Tell me a story: Communicating produce safety during a recall. Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable and Farm Market EXPO. Grand Rapids, MI. Michigan State University Press. December 6, 2011 (presentation and conference proceedings)

116. Chapman, B. and Powell, D. 2010. I updated my Facebook status to “I just got food poisoning”: using social networking services (SNS) to communicate food safety risks. FSIS/NSF Food Safety Education Conference. March 24, 2010. Atlanta, GA.

115. Ahirrao, V., Perkin, D., Phebus, R., Powell, D. and Thippareddi, H. 2009. Evaluation of microwave cooking procedures for frozen, raw, breaded chicken products to ensure Salmonella inactivation. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. July 12-15, 2009. Grapevine, TX.

114. Chapman, B., MacLaurin, T. and Powell, D. 2008. Communicating food safety information using internet-based media. American Dietetic Association 2008 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo. Oct. 25-28. Chicago, IL.

113. Chapman, B. and Powell, D.A. 2008. barfblog, infosheets and observation: Fostering a food safety culture. U.S. FDA Northeast Region Food Protection Seminar. Aug. 20, 2008.  Albany, NY.

112. DeDonder, S., Powell, D.A., Wilkinson, C., Surgeoner, B., Chapman, B., and Phebus, R. 2008. Beyond intent — Direct observation of meal preparation procedures in a home kitchen setting. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. Aug. 6, 2008. Columbus, OH.

111. Chapman, B., Eversley, T., Filion, K., MacLaurin, T., and Powell, D.A. 2008. An observational study of food safety practices at food service conducted through video. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting.  Aug. 6, 2008. Columbus, OH.

110. Chapman, B., MacLaurin, T., and Powell, D.A. 2008. Designing and evaluating the message: tips on developing messages to deliver food safety information. Institute of Food Technologists 2008 Annual Meeting.  June 30, 2008.  New Orleans, LA. (75 attendees)

109. Powell, D., Chapman, B., and Reece, A. 2008. barfblog.com: Food safety communications using a blog. Institute of Food Technologists 2008 Annual Meeting.  June 30, 2008.  New Orleans, LA. (75 attendees)

108. Chapman, B., MacLaurin, T., and Powell, D.A. 2008. An evaluation of food safety information transfer to food handlers: One-page narrative infosheets. Dietitians of Canada National Conference, Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research Oral Research Presentation.  June 14, 2008. Winnipeg, MB. (25 attendees)

107. Chapman, B., MacLaurin, T., and Powell, D.A. 2007. Tools to enhance compliance with best food safety practices. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. July 9, 2007. Lake Buena Vista, FL. (invited) (225 attendees)

106. Chapman, B., MacLaurin, T., and Powell, D.A. 2007. An exploratory study of food handling practices at church dinners in Canada. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. July 11, 2007. Lake Buena Vista, FL. (40 attendees)

105. Chapman, B., MacLaurin, T., Surgeoner, B. and Powell, D.A. 2007. New approaches in food safety communication. Renaissance Nutrition Bucknell Meeting. July 18, 2007. Lewisburg, PA. (invited) (125 attendees)

104. Surgeoner, B., Chapman, B., and Powell, D.A. 2007. Preparing for norovirus: Practices and expectations. Presented at Food Safety Forum 2007. Feb. 19, 2007. Toronto, ON.

103. Powell, D.A. 2007. Two cultures: Media coverage of food safety in Canada and the U.S. Midwest Canadian Studies Association Conference. Feb. 17, 2007. Kansas City, MO.

102. Reece, A., Chapman, B. and Powell, D.A. 2007. Disclosing restaurant scores: A North American perspective. Midwest Canadian Studies Association Conference. Feb. 17, 2007. Kansas City, MO.

101. Chapman, B., MacLurin, T. and Powell, D.A. 2007. I’m going to sue you hoser: Food safety litigation in Canada and the U.S. Midwest Canadian Studies Association Conference. Feb. 17, 2007. Kansas City, MO.

100. Surgeoner, B. Chapman, B. and Powell, D.A. 2007. Food safety info sheets: the impact of graphical one-page food safety-related stories directed at food handlers.. Arizona County Directors of Environmental Health Services Association. 2007 Southwest Food Safety Conference. Feb. 1, 2007. Laughlin, NV.

99. Surgeoner, B., Powell, D.A. and Chapman, B. 2007. A qualitative examination of factors influencing behavior to create a culture of food safety. Arizona County Directors of Environmental Health Services Association. 2007 Southwest Food Safety Conference. Jan. 31, 2007. Laughlin, NV.

98. Lacroix, B.J. and Powell, D.A. .2006. Do risk reduction messages affect consumer water and food handling practices in a waterborne emergency? 2006 Food Safety Education Conference, Reaching at-risk audiences and today’s other food safety challenges. Sept. 28, 2006. Denver, CO.

97. Surgeoner, B., Chapman, B. and Powell, D.A. 2006. Operational and individual self-reported behavior change among university employees and residents in response to a norovirus outbreak. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, Aug. 13-16, 2006. Calgary, AB.

96. Wilson, S., Powell, D., Buteau, C., Corso, L. and Webb, M. Understanding food safety information needs: Using an information service as a research tool. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. July 13-16, 2006. Calgary, AB.

95. Surgeoner, B., Powell, D.A. and MacLaurin, T. 2006. Barriers to informing restaurant consumers about safe food handling through media distributed at point-of-purchase. National Environmental Health Association. 2006 Annual Educational Conference (AEC) & Exhibition. June 25-28, 2006. San Antonio, TX.

94. Surgeoner, B., MacLaurin, T. and Powell, D.A. 2006. Evaluation of a safe food-handling label for restaurant take-out food: effective food safety intervention or good public relations? Dieticians of Canada. 2006 DC Annual Conference. June 7-10, 2006. Halifax, NS.

93. Chapman, B. and Powell, D. 2005. An examination of media reporting trends of produce-related food safety. International Association of Food Protection Annual Meeting. Aug. 15, 2005. Baltimore, MD.

92. Chapman, B.J. and Powell, D.A. 2004. Design, implementation and evaluation of on-farm food safety programs for fresh fruits and vegetables. 4th National On-Farm Food Safety and Quality Assurance Conference,­ Integrated Farm Assurance (invited). Hobart, Tasmania, pp. 60-73 (conference proceedings).

91. Powell, D.A. 2004. Telling stories: Innovative ways to maximize food safety practices. National Restaurant Association (U.S.) Quality Assurance Executive Study Group. Oct. 14, 2004. Denver, CO. (invited)

GAP

87. Lisa Mathiasen and Douglas Powell. 2004. Secret Shopper: Grocery Store Employee Food Handling Practices from a Customer’s Perspective. Presented at International Association of Food Protection, Annual Conference Aug. 10, 2004. Phoenix Arizona.

86. Mathiasen, L., Blaine, K., Chapman, B., Battista, C. and Powell, D.A. 2004. Improving On-farm Food Safety through the Development and Evaluation of an Agricultural Worker Training Video. Presented at International Association of Food Protection, Annual Conference Aug. 10, 2004. Phoenix Arizona.

85. Smith, S. and Powell, D.A. 2004. Managing Food Safety and Environmental Risk on Fruit and Vegetable Farms: Implications for Nutrient Management Regulation. Presented at International Association of Food Protection, Annual Conference Aug. 10, 2004. Phoenix Arizona.

84. Chapman, B. and Powell, D. A. 2004. An Evaluation of Food Safety Information Transfer to Employees: One-page Media Summary Sheets in Food Service and Agriculture. Presented at International Association of Food Protection, Annual Conference Aug. 10, 2004. Phoenix Arizona.

83. Surgeoner, B. and Powell, D.A. 2004. The Design and Evaluation of Food Safety Messages and Media for Canadian Restaurant Take-out Consumers. Presented at International Association of Food Protection, Annual Conference Aug. 10, Phoenix Arizona.

82. Mathiasen, L. A. and Powell, D. A. 2004. Secret Shopper: Grocery Store Employee Food Handling Practice from a Customer’s Perspective. Presented at International Association of Food Protection, Annual Conference Aug. 10, Phoenix Arizona.

81. Chapman, B.J., Kastner, J.J. and Powell, D.A. 2004. Mad Cows and Safe Food: Economic Interdependence, Scientific Harmony and the Canadian-American Relationship. Paper presented at Organization for the History of Canada Biennial Conference, Canadian-American Relations: Do Borders Matter? May 15, 2004, Government Conference Centre, Ottawa.

GAP

79. Smith, S. and Powell, D.A. 2004. Manure use on Ontario fruit and vegetable farms: implications for food safety and nutrient management. Stacey Smith and Douglas Powell, Food Safety Network, University of Guelph. Presented at Integrated Solutions to Manure Management II, National Conference and Exhibition. London, Ontario. March 8-9, 2004.

78. Gomes, L. and Powell, D. A. 2003. Development and Evaluation of an Educational Resource to Engage Senior High School Students in Dialogue Regarding Genetically Engineered Food. Abstract presented at the International Association of Food Protection (IAFP) 2003 Annual Meeting, Aug. 10, 2003, New Orleans, Louisiana.

77. Mathiasen, L., Chapman, B., Lacroix, B., and Powell, D.A. 2003. Spot the Mistake: What Television Cooking Shows Teach Viewers. Abstract presented at the International Association of Food Protection (IAFP) 2003 Annual Meeting, Aug. 10, 2003, New Orleans, Louisiana.

76. Chapman, B., Luedtke, A. and Powell, D.A. 2003. An Examination of Food Safety Risk Management Behavioral Trends of Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers. Abstract presented at the International Association of Food Protection (IAFP) 2003 Annual Meeting, Aug. 10, 2003, New Orleans, Louisiana.

68. Lacroix, B. and Powell, D.A.. E. coli O157:H7 in a municipal water supply: Walkerton, 2000. 2002. A case study in risk communication, preliminary data. The Second National Conference on Food Safety Education, Orlando, Florida. Sept. 2002.

67. Powell, D.A. 2002. Communicating Biotechnology, Best Practices in Biotechnology, BIO 2002, Toronto (invited).

66. Powell, D.A. 2002. Enhancing trust. Health Canada’s Regulatory Processes for Animal Medication, Canadian Animal Health Institute Annual Meeting, Niagara, Ontario.

65. Powell, D.A., Chapman, B. and Leudtke, A. 2002. Pre-harvest issues related to food safety in fruits and vegetables. Invited colloquia speaker, International Horticulture Congress, 2002. Toronto.

64. Chapman, B. and Powell, D.A. 2002. The Food Safety Network: A model for scientific risk management and public engagement. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. June 30-July 3, 2002. San Diego, CA.

63. Blaine, K. and Powell, D.A. 2002. A farm-to-fork case study in risk communication – the model farm project. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. June 30-July 3, 2002. San Diego, CA.

62. Lacroix, B. and Powell, D.A. 2002. Food Safety 101 Website B Focus Group Evaluation. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. June 30-July 3, 2002. San Diego, CA.

61. Gomes, L. and Powell, D.A. 2002. Needs assessment for a proposed biotechnology education initiative for Ontario high school biology students. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. June 30-July 3, 2002. San Diego, CA.

60. Luedtke, A., Chapman, B. and Powell, D.A. 2002. Overcoming barriers when implementing an on-farm food safety program: A case study of the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. June 30-July 3, 2002. San Diego, CA.

59. Powell, D.A. 2002. Genetically engineered foods: regulatory and policy issues, Department of Justice 2002 Biotechnology Conference, Ottawa (invited).

58. Powell, D.A. 2002. Biotechnology: Policy and Public Perception, Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association (invited keynote).

57. Powell, D.A. 2002. Labeling for the consumer. Canadian Meat Science Association. Ottawa, ON (invited keynote).

56. Powell, D.A. 2002. Enhancing Consumer Confidence in Agriculture and Food 2002 Alberta Agricultural Service Board Provincial Conference, Edmonton, AB (invited).

55. Powell, D.A. 2002. What producers need to know about public perceptions of ag biotech Manitoba Pulse Growers Association annual meeting, Portage la Prairie, MB (invited).

54. Powell, D.A. 2002. Food safety seminar: Enhancing consumer confidence in food and producers Manitoba Pulse Growers Association annual meeting, Portage la Prairie, MB (invited).

53. Powell, D.A. 2002. Communicating with the public Future Food, LRM, (invited closing keynote), Copenhagen, Denmark.

52. Powell, D.A., Li, K. Bowman, R. and Chapman, B. 2002. The Food Safety Network (FSnet) as a risk analysis tool. Food Safety 2002. Porto, Portugal (invited).

51. Powell, D.A., 2002. The Medium May Help the Message: Using Electronic Distribution Systems as Rapid Risk Analysis Tools. Ontario Veterinary Medical Association, Toronto, pp. 333-338.

50. Powell, D.A. 2001. The management of a food safety crisis in the industry and retail chains. Congress on Food Safety, Salon de actos. Museo provincial, Huelva, Spain (invited closing keynote).

49. Blaine, K. and Powell, D.A. 2001. How can we educate the public about tolerable level of risk/acceptable level of protection? ILSI North America Technical Committee on Food Microbiology, ILSI, Washington, pp. 23-26.

48. Powell, D.A. 2001. The importance of addressing food safety at the animal production level in National Conference on Animal Production Food Safety proceedings. Sept. 6-7, 2000. St. Louis, MO. pp. 8-11.

47. Powell, D.A. 2001. Communicating risk in food safety. Closing keynote lecture (invited), International Congress on Self-Control And Food Safety (HAACP), San Sebastian, Basque County, Spain.

46. Powell, D.A. 2001. HAACP in the sprout industry. 10th Australian Food Microbiology Conference. Melbourne, Australia (invited).

45. Powell, D.A. 2000. Safety of GMOs and risk communication. 10th Annual Australian Food Microbiology Conference. Melbourne, Australia (invited).

44. Powell, D.A. 2000. Public discussions of genetically engineered food. Institute of Food Technologists. Chicago, IL (by video, invited).

43. Powell, D.A. 2000. Food safety risk management. Canada-UK Colloquium. Saskatoon, SK (invited).

42. Powell, D.A. 2000. Reclaiming dinner. Florida Association of Food Protection. Orlando, FL (keynote presentation by video, invited).

41. Powell, D.A. 2000. Enhancing consumer confidence through on-farm animal food safety plans. U.S. National Conference on Animal Production Food Safety. Sept. 6-7, 2000. St. Louis, MO (keynote opening lecture by video, invited).

40. Powell, D.A. 2000. Ivan Parkin lecture, Reclaiming dinner: Enhancing consumer confidence and the safety of the food supply. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA (by video, selected).

39. Powell, D.A. 2000. Safety of genetically engineered foods public debate. 6th International Symposium on the Biosafety of GMOs. Saskatoon, SK (invited).

38. Powell, D.A. 2000. Food safety, genetic engineering and trade. First meeting, Transatlantic Platform for Consumer Concerns and International Trad Lelystad. The Netherlands (invited).

37. Powell, D.A. 2000. The ethics of genetically engineered foods. The Hastings Institute. Utrecht, Netherlands (invited).

36. Powell, D.A. 2000. Communicating science: Taking the risk. A Superworkshop on Risk Communication. Orlando, FL (invited keynote).

35. Powell, D.A. 2000. Two invited seminars, Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

34. Powell, D.A. 2000. If Frankenstein is in the Garden of Eden where are the weed scientists? Keynote address, Weed Society of America. Toronto, ON (invited).

33. Powell, D. A. 1999. The empowered consumer — the perils of poor risk communication. Canadian Society for Animal Science. Charlottetown, PEI. p. 23-39. (invited).

32. Powell, D.A. 1999. Genetic manipulation and the consumer. Canadian Society for Animal Science. Charlottetown, PEI. p. 113-127. (invited).

31. Powell, D.A. 1999. Risk management and communication. U.S. Food and Drug Administration Centre for Veterinary Medicine public consultation meeting on antimicrobial resistance. Washington. (invited).

30. Powell, D.A. 1999. Take these and call me in the morning; public discussions of antimicrobial resistance, OMAFRA. Toronto, ON.

29. Powell, D.A. 1999. Reclaiming Dinner: Enhancing consumer confidence and reducing stigma through risk management. International HACCP Forum. The Netherlands. (invited).

28. Ruiz, M.B. and Powell, D.A. 1999. Development, implementation and analysis of an on-farm food safety program for the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers= Marketing Board. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians (IAMFES) Annual Meeting. Aug. 1999. Detroit, MI.

27. Whitfield, A, Vandenberg, K., Seib, J., Grant, S. and Powell, D.A. 1999. A comparative media analysis of newspaper coverage of microbial food safety issues in Canada, the U.S., the U.K. and Australia, 1994-1998. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians (IAMFES) Annual Meeting. Aug. 1999. Detroit, MI.

26. Smith, J., Grant, S.E. and Powell, D.A. 1999. Science, society, and cider: a comparative analysis of integrative food safety risk management in Canada and the U.S. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians (IAMFES) Annual Meeting. Aug. 1999. Detroit, MI.

25. Powell, D.A. 1999. The need for transparency. Food Safety and International Competitiveness: The Case of Meat. Banff, Alberta. (invited).

24. Powell, D.A. 1999. Public perceptions of food safety. American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA (invited).

23. Powell, D.A. 1999. Risk assessment. The American Association of Bovine Practitioners Food and Water Symposium, Midwest American Society of Animal Science and the American Dairy Science Association Conference. Des Moines, IA (invited).

22. Powell, D.A. 1998. Food Safety Net (FSnet) — experiences in electronic networking. 4th World Congress Foodborne Illness and Intoxication. Federal Institute for Health Protection of Consumers and Veterinary Medicine. Berlin. pp. 63-73. (invited).

21. Powell, D.A. 1998. Communication of risks and risk assessment — why food safety is reality. 6th Annual Swine Disease Conference for Swine Practioners. Nov. 12-13, 1998. Ames, IA. pp. 91-114. (invited)

20. Powell, D.A. 1998. Science-based regulation and international harmonization and coordination in global markets. Conference on Science, Government and Global Markets, The state of Canada’s science-based regulatory institutions. Oct. 2, 1998. Ottawa, ON (invited).

19. Ruiz, M. and Powell, D.A. 1998. Food safety and handling procedures for greenhouse vegetables. Presented at Canadian Greenhouse Conference. Guelph, ON (invited).

18. Powell, D.A. 1998. Components of a scientifically- and publicly-credible food safety crisis communications program. Presented in general session at the International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians (IAMFES) Annual Meeting. Aug. 1998. Nashville, TN (invited).

17. Hazlewood, J. and Powell, D.A. 1998. The provision and evaluation of daily electronic information summaries to identify public and scientific animal agricultural issues warranting risk analysis activities: the animal network. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians (IAMFES) Annual Meeting. Aug. 1998. Nashville, TN.

16. Whitfield, A. and Powell, D.A. 1998. An evaluation of the food safety network (FSnet) and the agriculture network (Agnet) as risk analysis tools. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians (IAMFES) Annual Meeting. Aug. 1998. Nashville, TN (won third place in the oral student paper competition).

15. Grant, S.E., Whitfield, A. and Powell, D.A. 1998. Evaluation of the Food Safety Network and the Agriculture Network as education tools. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians (IAMFES) Annual Meeting. Aug. 1998. Nashville, TN.

14. Powell, D.A., Whitfield, A.E. and Grant, S. E. 1998. Evaluation of the Food Safety and Agricultural Networks as educational tools. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting, Distance learning delivery systems for food science & technology. June 19, 1998. Atlanta, GA (invited).

13. Powell, D.A. 1997. Evaluation of Food Safety Net as a risk analysis tool. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians Annual Meeting. July 9, 1997. Orlando, FL (invited).

12. Powell, D.A. 1997. Effective communication of the safety of novel food biotechnologies and genetically modified organisms. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians Annual Meeting. July 8, 1997. Orlando, FL (invited).

11. Powell, D.A. 1997. Mad cow disease and the stigmatization of British beef. Risk, Media and Stigmatization Conference. March 24, 1997. Philadelphia, PA (invited).

10. Powell, D.A. 1996. Changing newspaper coverage of microbial food safety risks in North America and implications for risk communication. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians Annual Meeting. July 2, 1996. Seattle, WA.

9. Powell, D.A. 1996. Where’s the trust? Risk communication and Bovine Spongiform Encephalapthy (BSE). International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians Annual Meeting. July 2, 1996. Seattle, WA (invited).

8. Harris, L. and Powell, D.A. 1996. Effect of professional and media warnings about the hazards of Escherichia coli O157:H7 prior to and after the 1993 Jack-in-the-Box outbreak. International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians Annual Meeting. July 2, 1996. Seattle, WA.

7. Powell, D.A. and Wevers‑Carroll, M. 1995. Evolving scientific and public perceptions of risks posed by the agricultural use of organochlorine‑based chemicals. The Learned Society Annual Meeting, June 6, 1995. Montreal, QC.

6. Powell, D.A. and Griffiths, M.W. 1994. Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology in Canada. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting. June 25-29, 1994. Atlanta, GA.

5. Powell, D.A. 1994. Public perceptions of microbial food safety. International Workshop on Microbial Risk Assessment. Guelph, ON.

4. Powell, D.A. 1994. Risk communication for health professionals in Risk Communication Papers and Workshop Proceedings. McMaster University Environmental Health Program, Working Paper Series 1. p 26-54. (invited).

3. Powell, D.A., Ball, N.R. and Griffiths. M.W. 1993. Constructing reality: A comparative analysis of print media interpretations of messages regarding technological risk. 11th Annual International Meeting of the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Documentation. Oct. 5-7, 1993. University of Waterloo (invited).

2. Powell, D.A. and Robb, J. 1987. The induction of phenylalanine ammonia-lyase in Verticillium-infested tomato petioles. Canadian Phytopathological Society (oral presentation). Carleton University.

1. Powell, D.A., Robb, J. and Ellis, B.E., 1986. Induction of phenylalanine ammonia-lysase in Verticillium-infested tomato plants. Canadian Federation of Biological Sciences. Nov. 1986.

 

Book reviews

10. March 2001, Guess What’s Coming For Dinner? Literary Review Of Canada, pp 23-24.

9. June 24, 2000. Douglas Powell. Who voted this book an award?: Best business book of the year is the antithesis of a well-researched, investigative and compelling report worthy of a national award. National Post, D11.

8. Oct. 4/97. Will genetic engineering change us forever? Kitchener-Waterloo Record, C12.

7. June 1997. Deadly feasts. Jarrett’s Journal.

6. April 5/97. Deadly feasts. Globe and Mail, D6.

5. Aug. 27, 1994. Biotechnology, the next cash crop. Globe and Mail.

4. May 21, 1994. Looking death in the eye. Globe and Mail.

3. Jan. 29, 1994. Lots of dope on consensual crimes … in 800 long pages. Globe and Mail.

2. Sept. 4, 1993. Science’s miracles: few, far between. Globe and Mail.

1. July 17, 1993. Anything your genes say can be used against you. Globe and Mail.

Technical reports

29. Thomas, K and Powell, D.A. 2001. Listeria Fact Sheet B Updated. Food Safety Network.

28. Blaine, K. and Powell, D.A. 2001. How can we educate the public about tolerable level of risk/acceptable level of protection. ILSI North America Technical Committee on Food Microbiology, ILSI, Washington, pp. 23-26.

27. Powell, W.J. and Powell, D.A. 2001. A mail survey of Ontario beef producers’ attitudes about antibiotics, Beef Update. pp. 50-56.

26. Morris, S. and Powell, D.A. 2001. Agri-biotechnology and the European Union: update on regulations and policy. A report prepared for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Sept., 2001.

25. Swain, S. and Powell, D.A. 2001. Papaya Ringspot Virus Resistant Papaya: A Case Study.

24. Li, W.M.K., Lacroix, B. and Powell, D.A., 2001. The microbiological safety of bottled water in Canada, July 2001.

23. Li, W.M.K., Lacroix, B. and Powell, D.A., 2001. The scientific adequacy of the current recommendations on thawing poultry, July 2001.

22. Shane Morris, S., Blaine, K. and Powell, D.A. Biotechnology Policy In Ireland An Example To Europe? ISB News Report, Dec. 2000.

21. Morris, S. and Powell, D.A., 2000. Backgrounder: Rotenone and Parkinson’s Disease Centre for Safe Food, University of Guelph.

20. Morris, S., Blaine, K. and Powell, D.A., 2000. Updated briefing on biosafety protocol: Canadian and European positions, ISB News Report, Nov. 2000.

19. Orr, R. and Powell, D.A. 2000. Food Irradiation Backgrounder.

18. Blaine, K. and Powell, D.A. 2000. Model farm web site. (Weekly video and text updates from the model farm, backgrounders and analyses).

17. Blaine, K. and Powell, D.A. 2000. Communicating with consumers about Bt-sweet-corn.

16. Kamaldeen, S. and Powell, D.A. 2000. The labeling of genetically engineered foods.

15. Powell, W.J. 2000. Molecular mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance.

14. Lok, C. and Powell, D.A. 2000. The Belgian dioxin crisis of the summer of 1999: a case study in communication and management.

13. Grant, S.E. and Powell, D.A. 1999. Crisis Response and Communications Planning Manual and Workbook.

12. Powell, D.A. 1999. Processing Vegetable On-Farm Food Safety Handbook. Prepared for the Ontario Vegetable Growers’ Marketing Board, Aug. 1999.

11. Whitfield, A., Ruiz, M.B. and Powell, D.A. 1999. Ontario Food Safety Guidelines For Greenhouse Vegetables. prepared for the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers’ Marketing Board, July 1999.

10. Powell, D.A. 1999. A survey of Ontario corn producers to assess compliance with refugia recommendations to manage development of resistance to genetically engineered Bt-corn in the European corn borer, 1999. Agri-Food Risk Management and Communications Project. Technical Report 010.

9. Powell, D.A. 1999. Backgrounder: Genetically-engineered Bt-containing field corn. Agri-Food Risk Management and Communications Project. Technical Report 009.

8. Lastovic, S. and Powell, D.A. 1999. Producer perceptions of, and barriers to, implementation of resistance management strategies for genetically-engineered Bt-containing corn in Ontario, 1998. Agri-Food Risk Management and Communications Project. Technical Report 008.

7. Powell, D.A., Whitfield, A., Grant, S. Hazlewood, J. and Griffiths, M. 1998. The Food Safety Network, the Agriculture Network and the Animal Network Jan. 1, 1998 — June 30, 1998. Agri Food Risk Management and Communications Project. Technical Report 007.

6. Grant, S.E., Whitfield, A. and Powell, D.A. 1998. Evaluation of the Food Safety Network and the Agriculture Network as education tools. Agri-Food Risk Management and Communications Project. Technical Report 006.

5. Powell, D.A., Whitfield, A. Grant, S. Hazlewood, J. and Griffiths, M. 1997. The Food Safety Network, the Agriculture Network and the Animal Network — 1997. Agri-Food Risk Management and Communications Project Technical Report 005.

4. Powell, D.A. 1997. Effective communication about genetically engineered foods. Science and Society technical report 004.

3. Powell, D.A., Lastovic, S., Whitfield, A., Grant, S. Hazlewood, J. and Griffiths, M. 1997. The Agriculture Network (Agnet) May 1, 1996 – April 30, 1997. Science and Society technical report 003.

2. Powell, D.A. 1997. BSE and the stigmatization of British beef. Science and Society technical report 002.

1. Powell, D.A., Whitfield, A., Grant, S. Hazlewood, J. and Griffiths, M. 1997. Food Safety Network — 1996. Science and Society technical report 001.

Commentary/Letters to editors

205. Cross-contamination is a huge issue, farm-to-fork; Heritage Radio. Douglas Powell – 24.sep.12

http://barfblog.com/cross-contamination-is-a-huge-issue-farm-to-fork-heritage-radio/

 

204. Crisis management: How to handle outbreak events. Food Safety Magazine. Benjamin Chapman, Audrey Kreske, and Doug Powell – 13.jun.12

http://www.foodsafetymag-digital.com/foodsafetymag/20120607?folio=50#pg50

 

203. Should you eat this burger? And what are you doing with that raw meat? Douglas Powell – 09.mar.12  http://www.barfblog.com/blog/153553/12/03/09/should-you-eat-burger-and-what-are-you-doing-raw-meat

202. Today’s letters: Should you eat this burger? National Post. Douglas Powell – 08.mar.12

http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2012/03/09/todays-letters-should-you-eat-this-burger/

 

201. Slippage and snot happens: wash your hands of these food safety myths. Douglas Powell – 15.feb.12

http://www.barfblog.com/blog/153113/12/02/15/slippage-and-snot-happens-wash-your-hands-these-food-safety-myths

 

200. It’s all a question of food safety. The Star. Douglas Powell – 08.feb.12

http://www.thestar.com/article/1128306–it-s-all-a-question-of-food-safety

 

199. Letter-grade preferred: designing a national restaurant inspection disclosure system for New Zealand. Douglas Powell – 03.nov.11

http://www.barfblog.com/blog/151230/11/11/03/letter-grade-preferred-designing-national-restaurant-inspection-disclosure-syst

 

198. Powell disses CFIA secrecy. Agri 007. Douglas Powell – 02.sep.11

http://agri007.blogspot.com/2011/09/powell-disses-cfia-secrecy.html

 

197. Handwashing motivator: Study shows posters can help increase hand hygiene practices. Douglas Powell – 31.aug.11

http://www.barfblog.com/blog/150160/11/08/31/handwashing-motivator-study-shows-posters-can-help-increase-hand-hygiene-practi

 

196. 4 sick; fermented, semi-dry sausage made in Penn. recalled due to possible E. coli O157:H7 contamination. Douglas Powell – 22.mar.11

http://www.barfblog.com/blog/147333/11/03/22/4-sick-fermented-semi-dry-sausage-made-penn-recalled-due-possible-e-coli-o157h7

 

195. Enhancing food safety culture to reduce rates of foodborne illness. Douglas Powell – 29.dec.10

http://barfblog.foodsafety.ksu.edu/blog/145888/10/12/29/enhancing-food-safety-culture-reduce-rates-foodborne-illness

 

194. Germany’s E. coli nightmare: Too often, politics trumps safety. Food Quality. Douglas Powell, PhD – 19.aug.11

http://www.foodquality.com/details/article/1255465/Germanys_E__coli_nightmare.html#3

 

193. Top 5 Records presents: Top 5 food safety trends of decade. Douglas Powell – 23.dec.10

http://www.barfblog.com/blog/145802/10/12/23/top-5-records-presents-top-5-food-safety-trends-decade

 

192. Food Safety For Food Handlers. Food Safety Magazine (Dec 2010/Jan 2011). Ben Chapman – 14.dec.10

http://www.foodsafetymagazine.com/article.asp?id=3884&sub=sub1

191. Direct observation of food safety skills far better than self-reported surveys. Food Science Central. Douglas Powell – 12.jul.10

http://www.foodsciencecentral.com/ixbin/fscpage?_MREF_=4333&_IXSR_=dtnpOwI1UOF&_IXSP_=4&_IXSESSION_=nYIONySZMrt&_IXFPFX_=library/t&_IXSPFX_=library/t&_IXFROM_=&ix_unique_id=ixid15919&_IXCONTENTTYPE_=feature&_IXHOMESRCTYPE_=FoodInfo+Online&submit-button=display&_IXSS_=_IXFIRST_=1%26%24+with+expiry_date_index+from+%2208%2f09%2f2010+00%3a37%3a59%22=%2e%26_IXHOMESRCTYPE_=information+store%26%24+with+publish_date_index+to+%2208%2f09%2f2010+00%3a37%3a59%22=%2e%26_IXMAXHITS_=100%26_IXCONTENTTYPE_=feature%26%3acontent_index=%22feature%22%26%24+sort+%40descending+%28sortexpr+publish_date_index%29=%2e%26_IXSESSION_=nYIONySZMrt%26%24+rec+library+=%2e

 

190. Shame people into washing their hands. Omnivore’s Ottawa, Ottawa Citizen. Douglas Powell – 16.oct.09

 

189. Food safety is a matter of degrees. Neiman Watchdog. Douglas Powell – 11. oct.09

 

188. How on-farm food safety programs get developed – it’s the people, and data. Douglas Powell – 11.sept.09

 

187. The top 5 food-safety questions journalists should be asking. Neiman Watchdog. Douglas Powell – 18.aug.09

 

186. Burger safety. Douglas Powell – 07.jul.09

 

185. Market food safety so consumers can choose. Kansas City Infozine. Douglas Powell and Benjamin Chapman – 10.feb.09

 

184. Foodborne illness erupts with sickening regularity. Toronto Star. Douglas Powell – 26.aug.08

 

183. Keeping our food from biting us. L.A. Times. Douglas Powell – 22.aug.08

 

182. Safe food gardening. Andrew Reece, Andrew Stormer, Ryan Bradburn – 07.may.08 http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=1190

 

181. Cantaloupes and Salmonella: epidemiology is the proof? Douglas Powell – 01.apr.08 http://barfblog.foodsafety.ksu.edu/2008/04/articles/salmonella/cantaloupes-and-salmonella-epidemiology-is-the-proof/index.html

 

180. Animal welfare shouldn’t be a downer. Douglas Powell – 17.feb.08 http://barfblog.foodsafety.ksu.edu/2008/02/articles/culture-of-food-safety/animal-welfare-shouldnt-be-a-downer/index.html

 

179. Train all food handlers. San Antonio Express-News. Douglas Powell – 10.jan.08

 

178. Food a health hazard. The Windsor Star. Douglas Powell and Benjamin Chapman – 07.sep.07

 

177. As I see it: More training, greater awareness needed for food safety. Kansas City Star – 23.aug.07

 

176. Raw milk story draws cautions and some philosophy. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Douglas Powell and Brae Surgeoner – 23.aug.07

 

175. Raw milk linked to illnesses. Chicago Daily Southtown, Douglas Powell and Brae Surgeoner – 12.aug.07

 

174. Raw milk is dangerous to kids. Concord Monitor (New Hampshire) – 10.aug.07

 

173. Complex issue. Calgary Herald – 02.aug.07

 

172. Raw nerve. Charleston City Paper (S.C.) – 27.jul.07

 

171. Food safety training should be a must. St. Catherine’s Standard – 26.jun.07

 

170. Food handlers should be trained. Daily News Tribune (Waltham, MA) – 02.jun.07

 

169. Superior restaurants should be singing about their suppers. Sydney Morning Herald – 01.jun.07

 

168. Public needs more data on food safety. Hamilton Spectator – 29.may.07

 

167. Produce, pet food and peanut butter — what’s a consumer to do? – 07.may.07

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=1030

 

166. A New year in Kansas

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=1027

 

165. Relaunch of the International Food Safety Networks Barfblog – 01.may.07

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=4&c=30&sc=218&id=1028

 

164. Chipotle misses the microbiological point. K-State Collegian – 01.may.07

 

163. Leafy green producers must restore our faith. The Salinas Californian – 07.apr.07

 

162. Don’t eat poop – and other lessons from spinach – 4.apr.07

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=1018

 

161. More natural milk may be dangerous. Baltimore Sun, Douglas Powell and Brae Surgeoner – 24.mar.07

 

160. Why restaurant inspection information should be made public. Kingston Whig-Standard (Ontario), Douglas Powell and Ben Chapman – 23.mar.07

 

159. Feb. 18, 2007. PB & J, the new spinach – 18.feb.07
Foodconsumer.com

158. Runs from the border – 08.dec.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=982

157. Sprout redux – 4.dec.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=974

156. Raw milk and udder dangers. Toronto Star, Douglas Powell and Brae Surgeoner – 03.dec.06

 

155. About choice – 01.dec.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=964

154. Sorry, bureaucrats just aren’t that into you – 28.nov.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=963

153. Thermometers for Thanksgiving – 23.nov.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=962

152. Pasteurized milk: Built Ford Tough – 22.nov.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=961

151. Super sweet – and safe – 16 – 09.nov.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=959

150. Don’t eat poop – 01.nov.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=956

149. Tell me more – Commentary from the Food Safety Network – 04.oct.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=944

148. Produce industry needs to make the farm the first line of defence. Guelph Mercury, Douglas Powell and Ben Chapman – 02.oct.07

 

147. Importing E. coli – Commentary from the Food Safety Network – 26.sep.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=98&id=909

146. The smoking bag – Commentary from the Food Safety Network – 21.sep.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=98&id=910

145. Fresh and Risky – Commentary from the Food Safety Network – 15.sep.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=902 – 15.sep.06

144. Community nightmare – Commentary from the Food Safety Network – 23.aug.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=898

143. The unvarnished (and unpasteurized) truth – 11.aug.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=114&id=896

142. Food Safety Network helps keep people safe. Douglas Powell, Guelph Mercury – 08.jul.06

 

141. Network keeps our food safe. Editorial, Guelph Mercury – 04.jul.07

 

140. Health minister wrong to ease food safety rules. Douglas Powell, Ben Chapman and Brae Surgeoner. The Windsor Star – 28.jun.06

 

139. My memories of turtles — and salmonella – 23.jun.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=893
138. Market Madness – 20.jun.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=891

137. Market mayhem – 23.may.06

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=885

136. Sick? Stay at home -16.mar.06

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=3&id=884

135. Exposing the Rotten Truth – 08.mar.06

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=883

134. And the winner is… – 06.mar.06

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=882
132. Got milk? – 27.feb.06

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=880
131. Batter Up – 25.feb.06

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=881
130. Soap opera of handwashing. Guelph Mercury – 23.feb.07

 

129. Clean hands mean fewer illnesses. The Record (Kitchener, Cambridge and Waterloo) – 21.feb.07

 

128. Soap opera -16.feb.06

http://www.foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=108&id=878
127. Stupid rules or modern food standards? – 15.feb.06

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=877
126. Raw milk strikes again – 16.dec.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=98&id=872
125. Stop blaming consumers – 14.dec.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=6&sc=36&id=871
124. Food safety for students — the wrong way – 13.dec.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=2&sc=6&id=869
123. “Food is worse than crack” – 12.dec.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=4&c=30&sc=261&id=868
122. Sprouts in Canada – 25.nov.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=6&sc=36&id=867
121. Thermometers for Thanksgiving – 24.nov.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=864
120. Going public – 23.nov.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=863
119. We can’t forget that E. coli kills. The Kitchener, Cambridge and Waterloo Record – 15.nov.05

 

118. Ben Chapman, Justin Kastner and Doug Powell discuss food safety on the K-State Radio Network – 07.nov.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=7&sc=44&id=862
117. Forgotten lessons – 02.nov.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=856
116. No, mommy, no – 02.nov.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=7&sc=44&id=855
115. Food Safety – Promoting a Culture of Awareness – 31.oct.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=854
114. Food safety road trip- 18.oct.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=849
113. An evaluation of an on-farm food safety program for Ontario greenhouse vegetable producers; a global blueprint for fruit and vegetable producers – 14.sep.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=98&id=839
112. Secret Shopper: Grocery Store Employee Food Handling Practices from a Customer’s Perspective – 01.aug.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=4&sc=16&id=840
111. Summer Food Concerns- 24.jun.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=4&sc=16&id=836
110. Hockey takes a shot from Hepatitis A – 16.may.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=7&sc=44&id=368
109. False fat, and bogus advice – 10.may.05

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=102&id=370
108. Enduring traditions turned into nightmares – 19.nov.04

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=101&id=360
107. Letter to the editor. Sydney Morning Herald – 12.oct.04

 

106. Show me the grade! Data for dining out – 02.jul.04

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=117&id=445
105. Don’t believe everything you see on TV – 28.jun.04

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=371
104. Food safety without borders – 25.may.04

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=73&id=281
103. Biotech wheat – the market decides – 13.may.04

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=174
102. Spot the mistake: Television cooking shows as a source of food safety information   01.may.04

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=102&id=842
101. Superstition and hazard – 13.feb.04

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=6&sc=37&id=372
100. Unsolved mysteries – 15.jan.04

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=7&sc=46&id=331
99. BSE: Lessons from Canada – 24.dec.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=73&id=284
98. Farm-to-fork food safety: Would you like hepatitis A with that? – 05.dec.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=102&id=373
97. Going cruising? Don’t let Norwalk ruin what could be a fantastic vacation – 03.dec.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=6&sc=41&id=374
96. Consumers choose genetically engineered sweet corn over conventional varieties – 03.dec.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=65&id=112
95. Assessing the environmental impact of GE crops: report on UK trials – 24.oct.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=52&id=44
94. What are your kids eating for lunch? Contrasting food safety directives – 16.oct.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=6&sc=39&id=399
93. Gobbling Up The Safe Farm-To-Fork Food Experience – 09.oct.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=6&sc=35&id=375
92. On-farm food safety update – 01.oct.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=107&id=416
91. On-Farm Food Safety Update. The Grower, Doug Powell and Benjamin Chapman – oct.03

 

90. Ontario Standards Among Toughest. Letter to the Editor re Testing Standards Vary For Plants, Toronto Star, Doug Powell, Aug. 27. – 28.aug.03

 

89. Letter to the Editor (Toronto Star) re Testing Standards Vary For Plants – 27.aug.03

 

88. Recycling GE Food Myths – 06.jul.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=180
87. VIDEO – Keeping Food Safe – 11.jun.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=15&sc=128&id=701
86. Chronically Overexposed and at Risk: Zeroing in on Zero Tolerance – 12.may.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=116&id=400
85. Report Highlights Need for Evolving Food Safety Regulation – 25.apr.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=55&id=67
84. The Food Safety Network Launches Another Year of Fresh Fruit and Vegetable On-Farm Food Safety Programs and Research – 16.apr.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=15&sc=128&id=469
83. Food Safety and Organic Food – 07.apr.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=377
82. The Smell of Spring: Nutrient Management Revisited – 30.mar.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=79&id=311
81. Food Policy Reflections From the Big Apple – 05.feb.03

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=69&id=259
80. General Possibilities: The Precautionary Principle Again – 20.dec.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=17&sc=133&id=493
79. Letting the Genie out of the Bottle (of Water) – 17.dec.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=95&id=467
78. VIDEO – Foot and Mouth Disease: Perspectives from the UK – 12.dec.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=69&id=698
77. Cruising to Handwashing Woes – 11.dec.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=6&sc=41&id=378
76. VIDEO – Professor Williams and the Transatlantic Trade Dispute over Pleuro-Pneumonia – 01.dec.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=13&sc=92&id=699
75. VIDEO – Food Safety, Stigma, and the Food Trade: Yesterday and Today – 22.nov.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=697
74. Rockin’ the GE Vote – 06.nov.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=5&sc=28&id=152
73. Can TV Cooks Become Food Safety Celebrities? – 15.oct.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=6&sc=38&id=380
72. Porky’s and the Farm – 06.oct.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=6&sc=38&id=381
71. Lecturing and Leading in the Midst of Confusion – 29.sep.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=184
70. Schmeiser Loses Again; Will the Rest of Us? – 06.sep.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=95
69. On Hardy and Hardiness: Droughts and Genetic Engineering – 22.aug.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=13&sc=92&id=319
68. Water Buffaloes Must Go – 26.jul.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=73&id=288
67. Organic, Conventional and Genetically Engineered Foods – 10.jul.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=186
66. I’m a Poor, Poor Farmer: Percy Schmeiser Comes to Land of the Crocodile and Kiwi – 01.jul.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=187
65. The Food Safety Network(FSnet) as a Risk Analysis Tool – 05.may.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=11&sc=82&id=835
64. Know the Risks of What you Eat – 22.feb.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=5&sc=23&id=387
63. Know the Risks of What You Eat. The Kitchener-Waterloo Record – 22.feb.02

 

62. Root Crops Pose Food Safety Risk; Washing Fruits and Vegetables Virtually Useless. The Spectator (Hamilton, ON) – 01.feb.02

 

61. Root Crops Post Food Safety Risk; Washing Fruits and Vegetables Virtually Useless – 01.feb.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=1&sc=1&id=388
60. Farm-To-Fork Food Safety Is Taken Too Much For Granted Despite Infection Scares, Cape Breton Post (NS) – 12.jan.02

 

59. E. Coli: Too Many Outbreaks And Not Enough Outrage. The Expositor (Brantford) – 11.jan.02

 

58. Sprouts in Canada – 11.jan.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=98&id=457
57. E.coli: Too Many Outbreaks and Not Enough Outrage – 11.jan.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=346
56. Mad Cow: Canada Could Be Next. The Spectator, Doug Powell, Justin Kastner – 09.jan.02

 

55. Mad Cow: Canada Could Be Next – 09.jan.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=73&id=325
54. Canada’s Cattle Kept Free Of Disease. The Kitchener-Waterloo Record, Douglas Powell and Justin Kastner – 05.jan.02

 

53. Canada’s Cattle Kept Free of Disease – 05.jan.02

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=73&id=291
52. Bt In The River. Ontario Farmer, Krista Thomas and Doug Powell – 04.jan.02

 

51. 2001 World Review Of Agbiotechnology. Information Systems for Biotechnology, Chapman, Morris, Powell – jan.02

 

50. Food Safety From Farm To Fork. The Spectator (Hamilton), Douglas Powell, Ben Chapman – 12.dec.01

 

49. Let’s Dispel Some Myths about Food Safety: Commentary from the Food Safety Network. Guelph Mercury, Opinion, A11, Douglas Powell and Ben Chapman – 06.dec.01

 

48. Our Food Isn’t Safe, But It Can Be: Commentary from the Food Safety Network. The Kitchener-Waterloo Record, Opinion, A19, Douglas Powell and Ben Chapman – 06.dec.01

 

47. History Lesson: Complacent About Current Food Regulations? Then You’re Ignoring the Lesson of Vigilance – 01.dec.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=73&id=292
46. History Lesson: Complacent About Current Food Regulations? Then You’re Ignoring The Lesson Of Vigilance.Food Engineering, p. 26 – dec.01

 

45. Animal Disease and Regulatory Pride – 15.nov.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=69&id=323
44. Bt Corn Good for Growers and Consumers – 30.oct.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=102
43. Bill’s Defeat was our Victory – 26.oct.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=5&sc=28&id=153
42. Bill’s Defeat Was Our Victory, K-W Record, A15 – 26.oct.01

 

41. BSE in Japan: What to do in a Scare: Commentary from the Food Safety Network, Justin Kastner and Douglas Powell – 16.oct.01

 

40. BSE in Japan: What to do in a Scare – 16.oct.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=73&id=329
39. Bitter Harvest: Why the Canadian Wheat Board Should Reconsider its Call to Ban Genetically Engineered Wheat – 01.oct.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=59&id=144
38. Bitter Harvest: Why The Canadian Wheat Board Should Reconsider Its Call To Ban Genetically Engineered Wheat, Food Engineering, p. 32-33 – oct.01

 

37. Consumers Prefer Genetically Engineered Sweet Corn and Potatoes in GM Labelling Study – 11.sep.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=5&sc=29&id=51
36. VIDEO – Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers On-Farm Food Safety Program – 01.sep.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=15&sc=128&id=700
35. Letter To The Editor, Globe And Mail – 30.aug.01

 

34. July/Aug. 2001. Risk reduction in a zero-tolerance environment, Douglas Powell, Contributing Editor, Food Engineering p. 26-27

 

33. July 31, 2001. When Biotech Food Hits the WTO: The Modified Food Issue May Someday Come Before the World Trade Organization – But Would the WTO Have the Power to Settle Such a Dispute? Kastin J. and Powell, DA. Knight-Ridder Tribune.

 

32. June 29, 2001. Greenpeace Employs Theatrics To Make A Point. Toronto Star

 

31. June 22, 2001. Five Reasons Why GMO Food Labels Don’t Work. National Post, C19.

 

30. June 13, 2001. GMO Food Report Backlash: The Royal Society’s Report On Genetically Modified Foods Has Drawn Harsh Criticism From The Scientific Community. Why Does The Society Remain Silent? Shane Morris And Doug Powell, National Post, C19

 

29. GM Food Report Backlash: The Royal Society’s Report on Genetically Modified Foods has Drawn Harsh Criticism from the Scientific Community. Why Does the Society Remain Silent? – 13.jun.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=190
28. Naomi Klein and the Crusade Against Industrial Farming – 21.mar.01

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=74&id=265
27. Trade Wars Not Limited To Food Safety, K-W Record, A11, Justin Kastner and Douglas Powell – 15.feb.01.

 

26. Gm Food Panel Serves Up A Half-Baked Report, National Post, Financial Post: Editorial, C19, Douglas Powell and Shane Morris – 07.feb.01

 

25. Letter to the editor. Ontario Farmer – 02.jan.01.

 

24. Hormones Are Safe, The Calgary Herald, A15 – 18.dec.00

 

23. There’s a story behind the latest EC hormone scare, Ontario Farmer, p. 6, Douglas Powell, 05.dec.00

 

22. More Politics Than Science In Food-Safety Concerns, The Calgary Herald, A11, Douglas Powell – 04.dec.00

 

21. More Politics Than Science in Food-Safety Concerns – 04.dec.00

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=78&id=315
20. Natural is no Guarantee of Safety – 21.nov.00

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=5&sc=24&id=473
19. Why GM Food Theatrics Don’t Fool the Crowd – 14.nov.00

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=195
18. Letter to the Editor – 09.oct.00

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=12&sc=84&id=105
17. Science and Silliness: Genetically Engineered Food is Nothing to Get Pie-Faced About – 21.aug.00

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=12&sc=84&id=109
16. Farm-to-Fork Food Safety – 03.jul.00

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=74&id=350
15. Who Voted this Book an Award?: Best Business Book of the Year is the Antithesis of a Well-Researched, Investigative and Compelling Report Worthy of a National Award – 24.jun.00

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=197
14. Don’t Blame Industrial Farms for E.Coli: Poor Management is the Culprit, not Feedlot Cattle – 03.jun.00

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=10&sc=74&id=268
13. Evaluation of electronic information sources to identify food safety issues for risk management and communication: the creation and assessment of the Food Safety network (FSnet) – 01.jan.00

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=17&sc=130&id=489
12. McCain’s Hot Potato – 04.dec.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=201
11. Fresh produce and its risks – 26.aug.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=857
10. Frankenfoods: has genetically altering food created a monster — or just fed our fears of the unknown – 09.oct.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=1&c=4&sc=17&id=861
9. Media Have Been Portraying Nature as More Friendly Than She Is – 05.oct.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=102&id=356
8. Memo to Monsanto – 07.sep.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=9&sc=62&id=204
7. US Warning About Salmonella in Sprouts was Prudence, Not Panic – 27.jul.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=14&sc=118&id=454
6. Sierra Club’s food scare ignores the real risks – 14.jul.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=860
5. We Deserve Safe Food, From Farm-to-Fork – 09.jul.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=15&sc=125&id=395
4. Smelling rats in GMO conspiracy theories – 05.apr.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=32&sc=419&id=858
3. Food Safety Claims Done In By Data – 03.mar.99

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=3&c=15&sc=125&id=393
2. Food Irradiation No Magic Bullet Solution – 07.aug.98

http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=5&sc=26&id=436
1. From Frankenstein to Frankenfood: Talking about agricultural biotechnology – 01.may.98  http://foodsafety.ksu.edu/en/article-details.php?a=2&c=5&sc=28&id=160

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