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Food safety: issues, management and opportunities, the canadian experience: Estrategias futuras en inocuidad de alimentos: el papel colaborativo entre las agencias internacionales, el sector público y privado

by MacKenzie, A.A; Moulin, F; Asare-Danso, R; Banco Mundial, Washington, D.C. (EUA); EMBRAPA, Brasilia (Brasil); IICA, San José (Costa Rica) .
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: San José (Costa Rica): 1999Description: p. 1-23.Summary: While food safety has always been an important issue, much of our attention in the past has been focussed on the diseases of food animals and the elimination from the human food supply of sick animals whose meat could transmit diseases to people, or that is deemed to be unwholesome. The world of food and animal and plant health inspection is constantly evolving. New diseases, new demands for services and regulatory actions, new inspection technologies, new trade requirements, and changing consumer trends are driving an ongoing evolution in global inspection systemsSubject(s): CANADA | SEGURIDAD ALIMENTARIA | COMERCIO INTERNACIONAL | | | | CANADA | SECURITE ALIMENTAIRE | COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL
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