Food Safety Publications

16 Publications

Perspective on Dietary Risk Assessment of Pesticide Residues in Organic Food

Benbrook, C. and B. Baker. May 2014. Sustainability.

Pesticide Dietary Risk Analytical System

The M2M Dietary Risk Analytical System allows users to evaluate the pesticide residues and risks in food. Users can compare conventional and organic foods, foods grown in different countries and examine how pesticide residues have changed since the implementation of the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996.

Measure to Manage

Program page for the Measure to Manage (M2M) program at CSANR.  Farm and food diagnostics for sustainability and health.

Initial Reflections on the Annals of Internal Medicine Paper “Are Organic Foods Safer and Healthier than Conventional Alternatives? A Systematic Review”

Charles Benbrook; September 2012.

Microbiology of Water: Irrigation to Ingredient

A powerpoint created by Dr. K. Killinger, WSU.

WSU Extension – Food Safety

WSU Food Safety website.

WSU Field Day and Organic Farm, Puyallup, On‐Farm Mock GAP Certification

Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) handbook.

Food Safety Starts on the Farm: Produce and Pathogens, Factors Influencing Presence, Survival and Growth – Fall 2008

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Food Safety Starts on the Farm: Introduction to Foodborne Illness and Foodborne Pathogens – Spring 2008

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Produce Food Safety

A powerpoint created by Dr. K. Killinger, WSU.

Good Agricultural Practices (GAP): An Overview

A powerpoint presentation developed by Richard H Dougherty, School of Food Science, Washington State University that introduces GAP concepts.

Antibiotics in Animal Manure – Implications to Sustainable Agriculture

Poster presentation – BIOAg Research Symposium 2008.

Survivability of Fecal Coliform in Soil after Winter Application of Dairy Slurry on a Transitional-organic, Grazing Based Dairy – December 2005

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Diving into Compost Tea

Carpenter-Boggs, L. 2005. Biocycle 46:61-62.

Compost Tea and Food Safety

Bary, A. and D. Granatstein. 2003. This article discusses the increasing interest in use of compost teas for food production and potential food safety risks.

Reducing Food Safety Risks in Apples: A Self-Assessment Workbook for Producers of Apples, Juice and Cider

CSANR Technical Report #2