Food Safety Regulatory System of Developed Countries and the Implication for China

Li-yan YU, Yan REN, Dian-hua WANG

Abstract


The problem of food safety has become a focus in the world. In recent years, because of high frequency of food safety accidents, the problems of food safety have appealed much concern in China. This article introduces the features of the food safety regulation of the developed countries and then offers suggestions and the successful experiences that we should learn from when China is establishing our own food safety regulatory system. Key words: food safety; regulatory system; regulatory mode

Keywords


food safety; regulatory system; regulatory mode

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.mse.1913035X20100401.004

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