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Biosecurity in food and agriculture

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome (Italy) | Committee on Agriculture Rome 31 march-4 april 2003.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: FAO Committee on Agriculture (COAG) ; No. 9.Publisher: Rome (Italy) : FAO, 2003Description: 7 pages.Other title: La bioseguridad de los sectores de la alimentación y la agricultura.Subject(s): Food and Agriculture Organization | Agricultural products | Poverty | Food crops | Pest control AGROVOCSummary: National regulatory and export certification systems are being challenged by large increases in the volume of food and agricultural products being traded internationally, by the expanding variety of imported products and by the growing number of countries from which these imports are originating. Increased travel is also creating more pathways to spread pests, diseases and other hazards that are moving faster and further than ever before. Improved coordination is being sought among national bodies responsible for enforcing sanitary, phytosanitary and zoosanitary measures to better protect human, animal and plant life and health without creating unnecessary technical barriers to trade.
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Committee on Agriculture, Seventeenth Session. Rome, 31 march-4 april 2003

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National regulatory and export certification systems are being challenged by large increases in the volume of food and agricultural products being traded internationally, by the expanding variety of imported products and by the growing number of countries from which these imports are originating. Increased travel is also creating more pathways to spread pests, diseases and other hazards that are moving faster and further than ever before. Improved coordination is being sought among national bodies responsible for enforcing sanitary, phytosanitary and zoosanitary measures to better protect human, animal and plant life and health without creating unnecessary technical barriers to trade.

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