A food-borne disease outbreak is the emergence of two or more cases of a comparable illness brought on by consuming a common meal. To prevent potential health risks, a variety of practices should be followed. Food safety and food defense frequently work together in this way to protect customers from damage. Safety between industry and market, then between market and consumer, are the tracks within this school of thought. Food origins, including procedures relating to food labeling, food hygiene, food additives, and pesticide residues, are taken into account when assessing industry-to-market methods.