Imports from China and Food Safety Issues

Imports from China and Food Safety Issues

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The FDAAis increased attention to food imports from China is an indicator of safety concerns as imported food becomes more common in the U.S. Addressing safety risks associated with these imports is difficult because of the vast array of products from China, ChinaAis weak enforcement of food safety standards, its heavy use of ag. chem., and environ. pollution. FDA refusals of food shipments from China suggest recurring problems with Aifilth, Ai unsafe additives, labeling, and vet. drug residues in fish and shellfish. Chinese authorities try to control food export safety by certifying exporters and the farms that supply them. However, monitoring such a wide range of products for the different hazards is a difficult challenge for Chinese and U.S. officials. Ill.a€œCosts of Adopting HACCP: Case Study of a Chinese Poultry Processing Firm.a€ Review of Agricultural Economics, ... Presentation at Woodrow Wilson Center China Environmental Forum, Washington DC, December 2007. Yang, Chengsuo.

Title:Imports from China and Food Safety Issues
Author:Fred Gale, Jean C. Buzby
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2009


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