Foodborne diseases the challenges of 20 years ago still persist while new ones continue to emerge international journal of food microbiology 139suppl 1s3 s15 koopmans m 2012 foodborne viruses from a global perspective in institute of medicine us improving food safety through a one health approach workshop summary. More progress is needed to protect people and reduce foodborne illness in america new challenges to food safety will continue to emerge largely because of changes in our food production and supply including more imported foods changes in the environment leading to food contamination better detection of multistate outbreaks. Food borne diseases the challenges of 20 years ago still persist while new ones continue to emerge nevertheless it is currently unclear to what degree the mrsa types in animals and in particular the emerging clone st398 are food safety or even public health risks . Zoonotic food borne viruses zoonotic food borne infection occurs when meat organs or other products from an infected animal are consumed for viruses this is the least common mode of transmission although the potential for such transmission is a cause for concern with every emerging disease outbreak. Food and agricultural organization and the world health organization codex alimentarius commission govern ments and their technical experts are making progress to ward a consensus on the basic elements of a modern risk management framework for food safety such a consensus is critical to safety in a world of globalized food supply markets
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