Hazard risk management strategies

MPI's strategies to reduce foodborne illness target the 3 most common or serious illnesses in New Zealand.

MPI's human health improvement objectives target the foodborne illnesses that pose the greatest risk to the New Zealand population. As a result, strategies have been developed to minimise the incidence of the following foodborne illnesses:

  • Campylobacteriosis
  • Salmonellosis
  • Listeriosis

Finding scientific reports and information

Use the links in the left-hand menu to navigate to the strategies and MPI’s other documents relating to these foodborne illnesses.

Finding industry and consumer information

You can find information about how the strategies are implemented by the food industry on the following pages:

Foodborne illness

Food service

Information is communicated to consumers through MPI’s FoodSmart website.

Foodborne illnesses (FoodSmart website)

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