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BRIEFING: A review of international food and drink regulators

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Every country has its own food and drink regulatory body or bodies: in the first place to ensure that its citizens eat safely and in the second to help safeguard its position in the rapidly-growing world food trade. The same principles guide the work of a number of international organisations. This latest briefing looks at the national regulators, the global bodies, and other key agencies serving the world's leading food markets and identifies their strengths and competences and general characteristics.


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