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Sound science underpins food safety









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    Food Safety Legislation Science and Risk-Based Approaches to Harmonization - Food Safety Legislation in Malaysia 2004
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    Food safety legislation should be developed and updated taking into consideration specific needs of consumers and food producers, development in technology, emerging hazards, changing consumer demands and new requirements for trade, harmonization with international and regional standards, obligations under the World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements, as well as social, religious and cultural habits. The implementation of food safety legislation throughout the food chain is essential in establi shing an effective food safety system.
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    Food safety in the CGIAR - IFPRI-CGIAR Science Council Roundtable on Food Safety
    Report and Recommendations arising from a joint IFPRI Science Council sponsored Roundtable on possible approaches to Food Safety Research in the CGIAR.
    2007
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    The Science Council (SC) of the CGIAR recently initiated a process to solicit insight from a number of multi-disciplinary stakeholders involved in food safety so as to identify priority areas for food safety research on which the CGIAR Centers might focus. Since the research areas related to food safety are quite broad, a roundtable workshop of experts was held on 8th and 9th May 2007 in Washington DC (hosted by IFPRI) with the aim of identifying (1) gaps in food safety research which re late to the poor, and, (2) those pro-poor food safety research priorities on which the CGIAR system might focus.
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    Science, innovation and digital transformation at the service of food safety 2018
    Scientific advances, technical innovations and application of digital technology have the potential to contribute to a wide-scale structural transformation of food systems. In food safety and process control, as in other areas, technical advances outpace the understanding of how to use these tools to their greatest advantage and how they should be regulated. This thematic brief for the First FAO/WHO/AU International Food Safety Conference outlines key issues - strategic direction of science and innovation in food systems.

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