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Industry Database by FAO and WHO

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Food/Ingredients

  1. Sodium intake for adults and children (WHO)
  2. Five keys to safe food manual (WHO)
  3. A guide to healthy food markets (WHO)
  4. Additives in Meat and Poultry Products (USDA)
  5. Iodine deficiency in Europe (WHO)
  6. Modern food biotechnology, human health and development: an evidence-based study (WHO)
  7. The world of food in 210 : A retrospective (Cluster News)
  8. How the 2010 guidelines affect food technologists (Cluster News)
  9. Fructose sweeteners may (not) be associated with kidney disease (Cluster News)
  10. Obesity and public health (WHO)
  11. Guidelines on food fortification and with micronutriens (WHO)
  12. Marketing Food to Children (FAO)
  13. The Extent, Nature and Effects of Food Promotion to Children : A Review of the Evidence (WHO)

Food Safety

  1. Effective Salmonella Control – Commercial Poultry Operations © (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service)
  2. Avian Influenza (New!) | FAQ (WHO)
  3. Food Safety (WHO)
  4. Food safety issues associated with products from aqualculture (FAO/NACA/WHO)
  5. Brucellosis in humans and animals (WHO)
  6. Animal and egg production food safety (USDA)
  7. Dioxins and their effects on human health (WHO)

Livestock

  1. Improving the beef supply chain:Ensuring quality in a demanding world (Economist Intelligence Unit)
  2. Clenbuterol (USDA)
  3. Ante-mortem inspection (USDA)

Seafood

  1. Algae and cyanobacteria in coastal and estuarine waters  (WHO)
  2. Risk assessment of Vibrio vulnificus in raw oysters (WHO)
  3. Features of important foodborne diseases  (WHO)
  4. Antimicrobial resistance in shigellosis, cholera and campylobacteriosis  (WHO)
  5. Putting into practice an ecosystem approach to managing sea cucumber fisheries (WHO)

Global

  1. World Health Statistics 2012 (WHO)
  2. The World Health report (WHO)
  3. Antimicrobial resistance - The USDA perspective (USDA)
  4. Global and regional food consumption patterns and trends (WHO)
Source from FAO, please refer to FAO Document Repository .

For further information on countries food safety, import and export standards, you may refer to FAO site.
 
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