Factors associated with food safety: An integrative review
Keywords:Integrative review, Food safety, Foodborne illness
This integrative review focused on factors associated with food safety in home kitchens. Six factors were found to be associated with food safety including knowledge, gender, age, education, perceived risk and perceived control, and attitude are discussed. Due to gap of knowledge on food safety education, further research is needed to implement plans to address the above factors.
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