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WHY FOOD SAFETY IS VERY IMPORTANT

Consumer

Access to safe and nutritious food is an essential requirement.

Food Producers

Ensuring the safety of the products by adapting preventive measures rather than damage control to avoid high cost food product recalls.

Food Traders

Food retailers and importers share an equal responsibility with food producers for the safety of the food. And thereby strict rules are enacted by various countries with great emphasis on food trade.

Regulatory Bodies

Imposing strict regulations and penalties to produce safe food for the consumers.

Third Party

Independent third party organizations provides reassurance on the safety of the food produced.

Business Cost

Companies investing continually on the food safety measures contributes to brand reputation with greater control on pricing of its products.

Harmful Bacteria

Most of the harmful bacteria are gaining resistance to drug treatments.

Social Economy

Food Contamination greatly impacts the export and economic development of a country.

Globalization

Global food trade complicates the food borne disease outbreak investigation and product recall.

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Message from the Minister of Health - World Food Safety Day 2024

On World Food Safety Day 2024, the theme "Prepare for the...

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Expansion of the box tree moth regulated area to include Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador

Stopping the spread of invasive species such as box tree moth is the most...

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Explore ways to protect Canada's plants, forests, and agriculture on the International Day of Plant Health

Healthy plants are the foundation of ecosystems, supporting both human and...

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The Government of Canada provides an update on Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza

With recent news of dairy cattle in the United States testing positive for...

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Emerald ash borer confirmed in Vancouver, British Columbia

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has confirmed the presence of...

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Expansion of the emerald ash borer regulated area in Quebec

As part of its commitment to protect Canada’s plant resource base from...

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EU Moves Closer to Possible Ban on BPA in Food Contact Materials

An EU Member States expert committee has voted in support of a European...

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EFSA Sets Safe Intake Levels for Iron

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has set new safe daily intake...

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USDA-FSIS Decides on Fit-for-Purpose Pathogen Detection Methods, Updates Microbiology Laboratory Guidebook

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service...

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USDA-FSIS to Hold Webinar on WGS for Food Safety in July

On July 8, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and...

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African Union Developing First-Ever Food Safety Guidelines for Continent’s Informal Foods Market

The African Union, with support from the International Livestock Research...

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Health Effects of Contaminants in Seafood Unclear, But Most People Aren’t Eating Enough Fish Anyway

An expert report commissioned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration...

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