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FAO and WHO. 2020. World Food Safety Day 2020 – Overview of an inspiring virtual celebration, 7 June 2020. Rome.



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    Journal, magazine, bulletin
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    Overview of festivity and creativity
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    With a theme of ‘Safe food now for a heathy tomorrow’, World Food Safety Day (7 June 2021) focused on the immediate and long-term benefits of producing and consuming safe food. It was a day to remember that food safety is part of food security and good health. It was a time to recognize the intrinsic connections between the health of people, plants, animals, the environment and economy. And it was a moment for heightened creativity. International organizations, governments, businesses, non-governmental organizations, academics and individuals from 90 different countries convened to showcase their achievements, discuss their priorities and plan how to overcome challenges in the food safety realm. The pandemic meant, for a second time, that many initiatives were held virtually, which inspired organizers to make imaginative use of social media, online events and more in reaching audiences. In this summary, we take a glimpse at the webinars, videos, press conferences, media coverage, contests, social media posts and campaigns that involved millions of people across the world in May and June 2021. Find out more about food safety on the FAO, WHO, Codex Alimentarius and INFOSAN websites.
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    Journée internationale de la sécurité sanitaire des aliments 2020 - Tour d’horizon d’une célébration virtuelle emplie d'inspiration 2020
    La deuxième Journée internationale de la sécurité sanitaire des aliments des Nations Unies a eu lieu en plein cœur d’une période exceptionnelle due à la pandémie mondiale de COVID-19. Pendant toute une journée, voire une ou plusieurs semaines, les «masques, microbes et microphones» ont obligé à réorganiser les initiatives mises en place par les particuliers, les familles, les communautés, les écoles, les entreprises et les autorités publiques afin de s’adapter à une «nouvelle norme» qui aura sans doute un impact important sur la sécurité sanitaire des aliments et les systèmes alimentaires dans un proche avenir. Ce tour d’horizon des manifestations organisées dans le monde n’est qu’un aperçu des séminaires en ligne, vidéos, conférences de presse, éditoriaux, concours, publications sur les réseaux sociaux, messages de campagne et autres événements auxquels ont contribué des millions de personnes à travers le monde en mai et juin 2020. Pour en savoir plus sur la sécurité sanitaire des aliments, consultez les sites Web de la FAO, de l’OMS, du Codex Alimentarius et d’INFOSAN.
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