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The association between factors which affect the food safety practices of seafood distributors within the southern domestic distribution chains in Vietnam.
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Phuc Hong Luu, Belinda Davies and Michael P. Dunne. Food Control, 2016.

Abstract: In order to improve the safety of seafood in domestic distribution chains in Vietnam, a better understanding of factors affecting the practices of seafood distributors is necessary. The objective of this research was to identify the factors affecting the food safety practices among distributors in three major sites. A mixed methods design including qualitative and quantitative methods was used. Questionnaires were completed by 180 workers at various points of the seafood distribution chain. The survey revealed poor knowledge of food safety and hygiene amongst distributors and ineffective use of food safety management practices throughout the domestic seafood distribution chains. There was generally a low level of compliance with food safety regulations. One potentially positive outcome is that seafood distributors are concerned about critical feedbacks and complaints from consumers. Therefore, improving consumer knowledge may have a positive impact on food safety practices in the domestic seafood distribution chains.

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