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Impact du « Shutdown » américain concernant la veille sanitaire. AG LAW JOURNAL - 2013 - THE FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION ACT’S TESTER AMENDMENT: USEFUL SAFE HARBOR FOR SMALL FARMERS AND FOOD FACI. MAINE LAW REVIEW - 2013 - HOW RELIANCE ON THE PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT OF PUBLIC REGULATORY PROGRAMS UNDERMINES FOOD SAFETY IN THE UN. ANVISA 13/08/13 Seminar discusses new US Food Safety Modernization Act. Seminar discusses new US Food Safety Modernization Act Anvisa hosts, Tuesday August 13, a seminar aimed at presenting all the details about the new US Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

ANVISA 13/08/13 Seminar discusses new US Food Safety Modernization Act

Enrollment can be done until August 6, at The seminar will take place from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, at Anvisa’s auditorium, in Brasilia, Brazil. One of the points of the Food Safety Modernization Act is changing the role of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This topic will be dealt with by FDA Regional Deputy Director, Ana Maria Osorio. Among the many changes in the food safety measures adopted by the US government, the FSMA will work as a preventive way to avoid possible food contamination. However, this measure will have significant impact over Brazilian companies exporting food to the USA. Canadian Agricultural Trade Policy and Competitiveness Research Network (CATPRN) - JUIN 2011 - The New Food Safety Regime in the.

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AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH - AVRIL 2012 - Food Safety: Background, Analysis and Recommendations. GLOBALAG_NET - FEV 2013 - “Domestic and Trade Implications of Leafy Green Marketing Agreement (LGMA) – Type Policies and the Foo. JIFSAN Feeding the World Population May 16, 2012 Présentation : Food Safety Modernization Act An Industry Perspective. CFOINNOVATION 29/08/12 Global Food Security Index 2012: An Assessment of Food Affordability, Availability and Quality.

Thumbnail: While the world, on balance, is richer and better fed than it was 50 years ago, those gains are now under threat. Huge price swings for wheat, maize, soybeans and rice make matters worse, disrupting markets and harming both producers and consumers. This EIU paper explores the underlying drivers and risks affecting food security by analysing 105 countries. Key findings: Quote Image: Note: Chrome users may not be able to download some whitepapers. By downloading this document, your details might be provided to the sponsor.

Global food security index 2012. NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH - 2012 - Enforcement Guidelines for Common Sanitary Violations.

Actualités d'ONG lançeuses d'alertes aux Etats-Unis

Actualités USDA. Selected Paper prepared for presentation at the Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, Febr. Food Control Available online 28 March 2012 Systems and governance in Food Import Safety: A U.S. Perspective (document complet a. Abstract Safety of globally-sourced imported food commodities and supplements, and the development of public and private regulatory mechanisms to ensure their safety, were the subject of a broad-based collaborative project at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Food Control Available online 28 March 2012 Systems and governance in Food Import Safety: A U.S. Perspective (document complet a

The problems are complex and require a multi-disciplinary, systems-based perspective. The project began with numerous seminars and benefitted from a two-day conference in the first year. Many of the insights in this paper were originally inspired by presentations and discussions from that conference with attendees representing the food industry, government regulatory departments, scientific service companies, the legal community, and academics from a variety of areas. Attendees included representation from the European Union, Mexico, Canada, and China. Keywords U.S. food safety; Adulteration; Contamination; Supply chains; Imports; Governance Copyright © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.

NEJM 17/08/11 Will the Food Safety Modernization Act Help Prevent Outbreaks of Foodborne Illness? Large-scale outbreaks of foodborne illness have recently focused attention on the ability of the U.S. food-safety system to protect the public health.

NEJM 17/08/11 Will the Food Safety Modernization Act Help Prevent Outbreaks of Foodborne Illness?

The nationwide outbreak of Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium infection associated with peanut products that is described by Cavallero et al. is one example.1 This contamination, which was ultimately traced to the Peanut Corporation of America (PCA), took a high toll — 714 people were affected, about 200 were hospitalized, and 9 died. Investigators found multiple potential routes of contamination at PCA facilities, such as rain leakage and cross-contamination between raw and roasted peanuts. Although the outbreak was eventually contained, key parts of the food-safety system clearly failed. There is a public health imperative to do better. The burden of foodborne illness is substantial: about 1 in 6 people in the United States get sick each year, 128,000 are hospitalized, and about 3000 die. NATIONAL ACADEMIES - JUILLET 2011 - Standing Committee on the Use of Public Health Data in FSIS Food Safety Programs.

Import Alerts by Publish Date. Video highlights GIS mapping of infectious diseases. Penn State Public Broadcasting’s fourth installment of the “Geospatial Revolution Project” identifies the uses of geospatial information in climate change research, global aid allocation, and disease tracking.

Video highlights GIS mapping of infectious diseases

University Park, Pa. -- In this global society, people are free to travel to all corners of the world regardless of whether they’re carrying an infectious disease. This freedom of movement can cause global health concerns such as the spread of infections and the risk of pandemics. Geospatial information systems (GIS) are currently being used to help scientists and health experts track diseases to better respond to outbreaks. Episode four of the Geospatial Revolution Project, released May 3, explores how geospatial technology helps track the spread of disease. “If you look at how disease spreads, place becomes extremely important,” said Carl Kinkade, Enterprise GIS Coordinator at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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