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Year: 2003
Food safety standards that developed countries impose on developing-country exports have sometimes created a barrier to market access
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Food safety is affected by the decisions of producers, processors, distributors, food service operators, and consumers, as well as by government regulations
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Mycotoxins are produced by fungi, commonly known as mold
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In 1983, a group of internationally renowned experts convened jointly by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) concluded that “illness due to contaminated food was perhaps the most widespread health problem in the contemporary world,” and “an important cause of reduced economic productivity
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As awareness grows about food safety issues, the need for countries to provide greater assurance about the safety and quality of food also grows
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The Guatemalan raspberry industry began exporting to the United States in the late 1980s, filling a market niche in the spring and fall when supplies were low
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Are we headed toward a worldwide water crisis? The increasing demand for water among households, industry, the environment and especially agriculture, is making global water scarcity a perilous possibility
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While there have been improvements in humanitarian access and food distribution in many areas, security is deteriorating insome places key to the relief effort
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Women and men hold and share different knowledge and practices about plants and animals
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Women play a critical role in agriculture throughout the world, producing, processing and providing the food we eat
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