Enlightenment and Countermeasures: Canada HACCP System and Chinese Food Safety Supervision
Food safety is a big issue for all countries over the world which is why strengthening food safety supervision is the inevitable choice for all governments. The Canadian federal government has used the HACCP system as the main method in food safety supervision. The system has made hazard analysis and key point control as its main tasks and it works during the whole process of food production, processing, circulation, and consumption. This system is proved to be an effective way for protecting food safety. The establishment of the Canada’s HAPPC system depends on its government’s efficient and uncorrupted supervision system, scientific and rigorous enhancement programs, open and transparent supervision process, and coordinative and cooperative resource integration. According to the enlightenment given by the Canadian HACCP system, China could construct its own independent food safety supervision organ during food safety supervision process, build public participation system for food safety supervision, and make full use of non-governmental organizations’ supporting functions during food safety supervision, and set up related HACCP system.
Key words: Canada; HACCP system; China food safety supervision; Enlightenment; Countermeasures
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