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Ensuring food safety in the aftermath of disasters

Author: WHO
Resource type: Field tool

Five keys to safer food manual available in french, spanish, english and russian at: www.who.int/foodsafety/publications/consumer/manual_keys.pdf Has clear information about what is needed, why it is needed and a poster that could be put up.

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