Effects of COVID-19 on Food Safety

09 February 20213 min reading

In the light of today's information, we know that food is not a direct source of contamination for Covid-19. Nonetheless, it is stated that food surfaces or packaging can carry the virus. For this reason, we must comply with the necessary hygiene rules instead of keeping away from and worried about food and packaging. The food sector also must take measures to protect itself from the pandemic. In order to maintain the movement of food along the food chain, all stakeholders on the food must contribute to the chain. The aim here is to eliminate consumer concerns and to protect food safety and public health.

The COVID-19 pandemic, one of the biggest disasters of our century, has become a huge world problem in the context of the economy, agriculture, tourism and security, rather than just a health problem. Food security has been one of the areas threatened by the pandemic from the first moment. Thus, we have learned once again how important it is to sustain the chain of food safety from farm to fork sadder but wiser. In order for this chain to run properly, consumers have a great responsibility on top of producers.


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