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UNIDO and FSSC hope to reduce foodborne disease; ISO updates standards

7 days ago   |   By Food Safety News

UNIDO and the Foundation FSSC have signed an agreement to promote food safety in low- and middle-income countries.
The partnership between the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the non-profit that manages the FSSC 22000 certification is to run for an initial period of three years.
The aim is to develop food safety systems in some low- and middle-income countries through capacity-building to reduce the socio-economic impact of foodborne diseases.
Every year, two countries will receive support in creating a food safety culture. It will involve food safety practitioners...
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