• Small island developing states, such as the Bahamas, struggle with productive agricultural systems. This ultimately influences the food and nutritional security of the country. • Agricultural production systems need to be established in small island states, such as the Caribbean to improve food and nutritional security. • Baselines of foodborne pathogens, such as Salmonella, are documented in many developed regions throughout the world. There are gaps in these baselines, however, which need to be established to effectively target food safety intervention strategies.
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