Food Regulations Essay

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The main question my group members Laura Aday, Daniela Mejia-Lagos, and I discussed were how food regulation could be enhanced. The topic had dealt with food regulations in agriculture, livestock, and business. Poor food regulations in these areas could lead to health problems, norovirus outbreaks, and other forms of illnesses to the world population. The best solutions to my subtopic, which is business, was for the improvement of workers’ protection and universally accepted food safety laws. Workers in restaurants would receive paid sick days in order to discourage the spread of illness, especially when they’re handling food. A final attempt to pass the law needs to be made in order for it to be effective. The universally accepted food safety laws would include the regulations of pest control. Local restaurants in West Palm Beach had various issues dealing with pests in their kitchens and eating areas. A universal law could be passed to provide these restaurants a free pest control visit once a year, reducing the number of pests in their restaurants and maintaining a safe and sanitary environment.
We discovered that there was no specific root of the problem in food regulations because there are various issues in every subtopic. When we
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I did not think such small errors or issues in food regulation could lead to various health issues for all our population. I learned that our food needs to be in its upmost condition for our wellbeing. Working with my group had been a learning experience and productive process. At the beginning, it had taken us a while to come up with a presenting topic. Initially, we had all came up with five topics but after we narrowed it down, we came up with the wording of the question quite easily. The topic had not been as exciting to us as we hoped, but we persevered through the obstacles. It was the subtopics, in which we struggled, since food regulation can be a broad

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