There are issues with how the impact and success of food safety projects are measured in developing countries, according to a review.

The study summarizes interventions evaluated in some low- and middle-income countries in Asia between 2000 and 2020 and the outcome on knowledge, attitude and practice, hazard presence, and

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Experts revealed how they see the food safety situation in Africa, Asia, and Latin America at a recent online event.

Regional specialists shared their insights on safe food and realities on the ground considering politics, financing, scalability, inclusivity and gaps in capacity, and infrastructure. Panelists spoke about challenges, lessons learned,
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Food safety officials in Belgium seized almost 80 tons of tuna in the course of a few months in 2020.

More than 90 percent of non-compliant products were imported from Asia.

Between September and December 2020, the Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (FASFC) took 45 samples
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The first sets of food safety risk communication and country-specific action plans to tackle the significant public health problem of foodborne parasites have been identified in Asia.

They were discussed at a regional meeting to accelerate prevention and control of neglected foodborne parasitic zoonoses in certain Asian countries in 2018
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Peering into the early morning mist created by thousands of tons of Mekong water collapsing from Laos into nearby Cambodia, I was surprised when a small black shape emerged. He looked as spindly and fragile as a botanical specimen. Inching across a barely perceptible cable across what is known as
Continue Reading Destruction of the Don: Dam Project Threatens Food Security on the Mekong