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iafp’s global food safety forum in australia

... for the first time in its 100 year history, the international association for food protection (iafp) is bringing its international forum to australia ... the securing global food safety conferencence is to be held on 26 – 28 september 2011 in melbourne ... the event also incorporates the 14th australian food microbiology conference, and is presented by the iafp, the australian institute of food science and technology inc (aifst) and the international commission on microbiological specifications for food (icmsf) ... the conference provides food safety professionals with a forum of international and local expertise in which to exchange information and learn more about protecting food supplies ... conference topics will look at the management of food safety systems in manufacturing, international trade, the supply chain, primary production as well as foodborne disease epidemiology, foodborne hazards updates and the role of the laboratory in food safety ... there will be ample opportunity to exchange information on the current state of play for microbiological and other food hazards, enhancing the effectiveness of systems used by industry and government to manage food safety and challenges faced by individuals and organisations in securing a safe global food supply ... australia’s food regulation system will be explored, with the three tiers of government represented by steve mccutcheon (food standards australia new zealand), dr john carnie (chief health officer, department f health, victoria) and mark saunders from the local government sector ... au, and click on the securing global food safety conference link more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 17 August 2011   Category : Food And Health
apec and world bank sign food safety agreement

... apec’s food safety cooperation forum and the world bank have signed a memorandum of understanding in big sky, montana this week intended to strengthen food safety collaboration in the asia-pacific region ... member economies account for nearly 50 percent of the world’s food production, and over 40 percent of its population ... signing the mou with apec, world bank vice president for sustainable development inger andersen said: \" food safety is an increasingly significant part of the world bank’s lending and technical assistance programs in east asia and the pacific, as well as in other regions ... “this new agreement will strengthen our joint efforts to mobilize resources and promote and support capacity building to better ensure food safety concerns ... the apec forum has previously put this forward as one of the most critical food safety training needs in the region, alongside risk assessment, incident management, and supply chain management ... apec secretariat executive director ambassador muhamad noor said: “food trade is increasingly becoming a global issue with complex and inter-related supply chains, which raises the need to address the question of food safety ... ” in the united states, an increasingly global food network has led to greater concern among consumers about the safety checks in place for both domestic and imported food ... a deloitte survey released earlier this month found that 73 percent of americans are now more concerned about food safety than they were five years ago – and imported food was among their top areas of concern ... she said: “although the us has one of the safest food supplies in the world, there is still more work to be done, especially as food supply chains become more global ... our operating model on food safety has been and continues to be very clear – industry must take the initiative to improve food safety in its own operations and through a genuine partnership with key stakeholders, including governments more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 19 May 2011   Category : Food And Health
urbanization threatens world food security

... the growing urbanization of global populations will make food security even more challenging in future, delegates were told at the save food congress, staged at the interpack trade event in dusseldorf, germany ... world food security: a moral obligation and a political imperative ... “we have entered the urban millennium and that will bring different (food supply) challenges,” klaus topfer, executive director, institute for advanced sustainability studies, told the audience ... growing urbanization demands new thinking on food supply and distribution, said topfer ... “there is an urgent need to research the distribution of food in urban areas and to consider urban agriculture ... ” increasing affluence and competition for land between food and energy crops are also challenging food supplies ... about 1bn people around the world now enjoy what topfer described as “a middle-class income,” which significantly changed their food preferences in favour of meat ... “due to the changing food consumption of these 1bn people, we will have to produce enough food as we would for an extra 12bn extra consumers,” he said ... “if we fail in europe (to plan adequate food security) we fail in our peace politics more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 18 May 2011   Category : food industries Economic
fao to supply emergency seed kits for thousands of farming families

... “in addition, pressure is being put on household food supplies by increasing numbers of displaced people from the conflict in rural areas ... unless these people are helped to plant now, they are going to need food assistance for many months to come,” genot added ... ten years of troublesthe recent troubles in côte d’ivoire follow ten years of political difficulties that had already taken a toll on the population and on food security in what should be one of the strongest agricultural economies in west africa more

 Source : fao.org   Date : 18 April 2011   Category : Rest
arab revolt underlines the need for action to remedy high food prices

... but, two months later, as the arab revolt shows no sign of fading, the lessons to be drawn about food security are becoming abundantly clear ... food prices are too important to be left to the free market ... unless governments and international agencies act promptly to regulate both food supplies and their prices, the world will pay a high price ... while the unrest sweeping the arab world cannot be attributed solely to high food prices, they have undeniably played a significant part ... food prices have also played a key role in the unrest witnessed in other arab countries such as algeria and egypt ... in algeria, last month food prices focused on price hikes in sugar, milk and flour, which had risen by up to 30 per cent in the first week of january ... in response, the algerian government cut import duties and taxes in an attempt to reduce food prices and subsequently claimed it had “ turned the page ” on food riots ... in egypt, the world’s biggest wheat importer, popular concern about the spiraling price of basic food commodities such as bread and tomatoes added to growing frustration with the repressive regime of hosni mubarak ... meanwhile, a recent report from un food and agriculture organisation (foa) reported that global average food prices had reached their highest level since 2008, when millions were pushed to the brink of starvation ... these are not one-off events but a pattern of long term change linked to the inherent imbalance between food demand and supply ... casting a long shadow is the threat of climate change and its impact on food prices ... food consultant gwynne dyer writing for arab news pointed out: “ the rule of thumb is that we lose about 10 percent of world food production for every rise of one degree c in average global temperature ... ” those food shortages, aggravated by the drive towards energy crops and increasing urbanization, will drive the price of food inexorably upward more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 21 February 2011   Category : food industries Economic
food systems and new technologies will be vital over next 40 years, foresight report

... food must be a higher priority for decision-makers around the world to ward off disaster in decades to come, concludes a major report from the uk; and new technologies like gm and cloning should not be ruled out but acceptability weighed against the costs of not using them ... the foresight food and farming futures report is the culmination of a major project involving 400 experts and stakeholders in 35 countries around the world ... led by the john beddington, the uk’s chief scientific adviser, it was commissioned by the government to provide some signposts to policy-makers faced with juggling competing pressures in the food system ... with global population tipped to reach 8 billion by 2030 (from nearly 7 billion today) and possibly 9 billion by 2050, tough questions are being asked about whether the current food system will be able to feed the extra mouths on existing resources – sustainably and equitably ... the report draws attention to the current failings of the food system today, not just as witnessed during the food price spikes of 2007/8: decisive action is needed to tackle hunger and access to macronutrients, which currently affects 925m people worldwide; and to address sustainability issues in many food production systems ... the report concludes that: “the global food system between now and 2050 will face enormous challenges, as great as any that it has confronted in the past”, and gives a “stark warning for both current and future decision-makers on the consequences of inaction” ... “to address the unprecedented challenges that lie ahead the food system needs to change more radically in the coming decades than ever before, including during the industrial and green revolutions ... ” five key challenges prof beddington said we are “at a unique moment in history as diverse factors converge to affect the demand, production and distribution of food over the next 20 to 40 years” ... the report identifies five key challenges for the future, which need to be addressed in a pragmatic way in order to prevent future shocks to food supply – and to anticipate and manage future stresses: balancing future supply and demand to ensure affordability ensuring stability in food supplies, and protecting the most vulnerable from any volatility achieving global access and ending hunger, and recognising the difference between potentially feeding everyone and full food security managing contribution of the food system to mitigating climate change more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 25 January 2011   Category : Rest
woolworths works to restock queensland stores following floods

... australian grocery operator woolworths has said today (14 january) that delivery of food into its flood afflicted queensland supermarkets "continues to be challenging" and it could take weeks before stock levels return to normal ... airlifts of emergency provisions began yesterday into townsville and bundaberg and will continue today, which woolworths said has "alleviated some pressure on stores in regional queensland but fresh food supplies are still very low" more

 Source : just-food.com   Date : 14 January 2011   Category : food industries Economic
fao director-general stresses key role of agriculture and forestry in tackling climate change at un climate change conference

... 9 december 2010, cancun, mexico - boosting investment in developing world agriculture is necessary not only to reduce current levels of world hunger but to safeguard future world food supplies against the impacts of climate change, fao director-general jacques diouf said today at a press conference at the un conference on climate change, in cancun, mexico ... "we will not achieve food security without serious investment in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in the rural sector," said diouf ... at the same time, climate change is expected to have multiple impacts on agricultural productivity and rural incomes in areas that are already experiencing high levels of food insecurity ... reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradationforestry and agro-forestry, sectors that hundreds of millions of rural people depend on for their livelihoods, also hold great potential for mitigating greenhouse gas emissions, enhancing carbon sinks, stabilizing rural livelihoods and strengthening household food security, added diouf more

 Source : fao.org   Date : 9 December 2010   Category : Seminars,Congresses and festiv
funding gaps a threat to food supplies

... floods and droughts in major grain producing countries this year have triggered a sharp increase in food prices, highlighting the vulnerability of the world’s food production systems and agricultural markets ... “available financing, both current and projected, are substantially insufficient to meet the climate change and food security challenges faced by the agriculture sector,” said peter holmgren, director of fao’s climate, energy and tenure division ... developing countries should establish national policies that encourage private investment in mitigation and adaptation, and governments in food deficit countries should increase the share of agriculture in their national budgets from their current levels to at least 10 percent, according to fao more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 6 December 2010   Category : food industries Economic
food working group needs public health input

... the public health association of australia has criticised the government’s new food policy working group, saying that its panel represents industry presence over public heath interests ... the working group, comprising 13 members, is made up of woolworths managing director michael luscombe, nff president jock laurie, elders chief executive officer malcolm jackman, linfox logistics’ michael byrne, csiro’s dr alastair robertson, simplot australia’s terry o’brien, obe organics’ simone tully, boost juice’s janine allis, australian food and grocery council’s kate carnell, choice’s nick stace, graincorp’s alison watkins, actu secretary jeff lawrence and university of wollongong’s dr peter williams ... “the phaa has been reminding government about the importance of including health since the national food policy announcement was first made, just prior to the election, by the former minister for agriculture, hon tony burke ... at the time mr moore held discussions with the then parliamentary secretary with responsibility for food, hon mark butler and has reiterated the phaa position with his successor, hon catherine king emphasising the importance of having strong nutrition and public health representation ... “the growing obesity epidemic provides just one example of why public health must play a key health, financial and practical role in any national food policy,” said michael moore, the ceo of the public health association of australia ... “food has such a significant impact on the health of all australians that the food policy working group must include the public health perspective ... ” the phaa said that it is appropriate for public health to be a key consideration when planning for sustainable food supplies, agriculture, environmental issues, food security, manufacturing and exports more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 2 December 2010   Category : Food And Health
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