Graduated in 1972 with BSc (1st Class) Chemical Engineering from University
of Birmingham, UK.
Worked in Food Process Development with Spillers Foods, Cambridge (1972
Graduated in 1975 with MSc Food Science from Leeds University, UK.
Worked for Marks and Spencer Ltd as Retail Food Technologist with responsibility
for developing quality products meeting legal requirements in co-operation
with supplying food factories (1976 - 1982).
Joined The University of Reading as Lecturer in 1983; Became specialist
in food law, its enforcement and in aspects of quality assurance in the food
Whilst working at the University, gained PhD degree with a study of food
law enforcement in the United Kingdom.
Has researched and lectured in Africa and Eastern Europe - in particular,
visits have included Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Hungary and
Under the EC Phare Programme, acted as the food law consultant to an agri-food
study of Romania in 1992 which involved several weeks investigating
the structure and activities relating food safety control in Romania.
Acted as consultant to a Southern Africa Development Community (SADC)
Workshop on Strengthening Food Safety and Hygiene Training in the Informal
Food Processing Sector - held in Mauritius in March 1997. The workshop
was part of an EC funded project on the development of training for food security
in Southern Africa.
Editorial Board Member of Food
Control and European Food and Feed Law Review
Member of the Technical and Legislative Committee of the Institute of Food
Science and Technology (UK).
Promoted to Senior Lecturer in Food Regulation in 2001.
In 2004, acted as short-term consultant (Food Law Specialist) to EU funded
programme to support the Food Control Directorate in the Ministry of Agriculture
and Food, Albania. Assisted in the drafting of new food law and related
regulations to assist integration towards future EU membership.
In 2005, worked as a consultant on behalf of the World Health Organisation (African Region) drafting ' Food Safety Guidelines: Practical Approaches for the Development and Drafting of Food Law' providing guidance to coutries in the WHO African Region.
Retired from the University in September 2018 but continues to actively provide educational material for students (buth at the University and on-line).
Jukes D. J. "Food Legislation of the UK - A Concise Guide", Butterworths,
London, 4th Edition 1997.
Jukes D. J. "Food Law Enforcement in the UK - Time for a Change ?",
Horton Publishing Ltd, Bradford, UK, 1991
Wonnacott J. and Jukes D. J. (1986), "Chemical Additives In
Food - A Review Of The Regulatory Processes Governing Their Control And The
Procedures For Evaluating Their Safety In Use", Food Chemistry 19(1), 11-48
Jukes D. J. (1988), "Developing A Food Control System - The
Tanzanian Experience", Food Policy 13(3), 293-304
Jukes D. J. (1988), "Food Law Harmonisation Within The European
Community", British Food Journal 90(4), 147-154
Jukes D. J. (1988), "The Structure Of Food Law Enforcement
In The United Kingdom", British Food Journal, 90(6), 239-249
Jukes D. J. (1989), "Food Safety, Food Law And The Food Technologist",
Food Science And Technology Today, 3(1), 28-34
Jukes D. J. (1989), "Approaching 1992 - European Developments
In 1988", British Food Journal, 91(2), 12-21
Jukes D. J. (1989), "The Technical Challenge Of 1992", In
" 1992 - Planning For The Food Industry", Butterworths, 323-327
Anyanwu R. C. and Jukes D. J. (1990), "Food Safety Control
Systems For Developing Countries", Food Control, 1(1), 17-26
Anyanwu R. C. and Jukes D. J. (1991), "Food Systems And Food
Control In Nigeria", Food Policy, 16(2), 112-126
Jukes D. J. (1991), "Food Standards, Chemicals In Food And
Food Trade", Food Control, 2(4), 234-239
Jukes D. J. (1991), "Making Food Irradiation Legal - Past,
Present And Future", Food Science And Technology Today, 5(4), 211-217
Jukes D. J. (1992), "Food Law And Regulation - Is The Consumer
Voice Heard ?", Chapter 9 (pp 157-177) In "Your Food: Whose Choice?", Edited
By The National Consumer Council, HMSO, London
Jukes D. J. (1993), "Safe Food And Legal Controls", Chapter
1 In "Food Safety - The Challenge Ahead", Editors: G G Birch And G Campbell-Platt,
Intercept Ltd, UK
Jukes D. J. (1993), "Regulation and Enforcement of Food Safety
in the UK", Food Policy, 18(2), 131-143
Smith T. and Jukes D. J. (1997), "Food Control Systems in
Canada", Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 37(3), 229-251
Varzakas T and Jukes D. J. (1997), "Globalisation and Food
Quality Standards: The Impact in Greece", Food Policy, 22(6), 501-514
Jukes D. J. (1998), "The Codex Alimentarius Commission - Current
Status", Food Science and Technology Today, 12(4), 207-212
Kwak N.-S., Jukes D. J. and Shin S.-G. (1999), "Food Safety
Control in the Republic of Korea", Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition,
Jukes D. J. (2000), "The Role of Science in International
Food Standards" Food Control, 11, 181-194
Jukes D. J. (2000) "Key Issues in Food Labelling", Chapter
in "Food Labelling" Edited by J R Blanchfield, Woodhead Publishing,
Kwak N.-S. and Jukes D. J. (2000), "Functional Foods - (1)
The Development of a Regulatory Concept", Food Control, 12(2), 99-107
Kwak N.-S. and Jukes D. J. (2000), "Functional Foods - (2)
The Impact on Current Regulatory Terminology", Food Control, 12(2), 109-118
Kwak N.-S. and Jukes D. J. (2000), "Current International
Approaches to Food Claims", Nutrition Reviews, 58(12), 363-370
Kwak N.-S. and Jukes D. J. (2000), "Debating Health Claims
within Codex Alimentarius", Food Technology, 54(12), 52-56
Kwak N-S and Jukes D. J. (2001), “Issues in the Substantiation Process of Health Claims”, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 41(6), 465-480
Jukes D. J. and Mutukumira A. N. (2003), "The development of national food safety control systems in Sub-Saharan Africa – issues and opportunities", Proceedings FoodAfrica Conference , Cameroon .
Garcia, R and Jukes, D. J. (2004), "The Spanish system of food controls - its administration and enforcement", Food Control , 15(1), 2004, 51-59
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