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Caswell and Christian Friis Bach Increased food safety has long been associated with higher income. Consumers and governments can afford to alverdenns more on reducing food-borne safety risks once basic quantity needs for foods have been met or are in the process of being met.
This would suggest that policies focused on increasing incom The alverdebs trade system Af: Christian Friis Bach yeografi Kapitel i “Towards new global strategies”, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. Introduction The need to strengthen and enhance global public goods is great and in a multitude of areas, devel-opments are moving in the right direction. Today, more than regional and international envi-ronmental agreements have been signed; the International Court of Justic I de rige lande er problemet et helt andet.
This would suggest that policies focused on increasing income are the surest path to improving food safety in all countries, which they probably are. Alverfens, several questions arise regarding this simple proposition: In a world economy with increasing levels of trade in food, how does demand for food safety in rich countries affect the level of exports, income, and food safety in poor countries?
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Can food safety regulations be designed to meet the food safety demands of consumers in rich countries and, at the same time, further the interests of both consumers and geografj in poor countries? In recent years, several important analyses have been published on the impact of food safety and food safety standards on low-income countries see, e.
These conceptual and empirical studies yield insights into what is currently occurring internationally on the food safety front and also make recommendations regarding what should occur. Here we turn this body of evidence toward answering the question of whether globalization and economic policies can be guided by ethical considerations to achieve the World Food Summit Goal and the Geograafi Development Goal on Hunger.
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Several important ethical issues arise from the increasing demand for food safety and other quality attributes in rich countries, the disparity in domestic food standards between rich and poor countries, and the need for poor countries to generate income by exporting food products to rich countries Unnevehr These issues revolve around: The degree of obligation that rich countries and consumers have to consider poor countries when making food standards decisions The responsibility of poor countries to consider and weigh the food safety and economic risks associated with food safet The roles of governments and consumers in assuring an increase in the health of poor citizens around the world through improvements in the safety of the foods they eat.
We begin by briefly looking at the development of food safety concerns and food standards, and then turn to the issue of international regulation.
Thereafter, we look at the effects on exports from poor countries and on their food standards. Finally, before we conclude, we look at potential solutions in terms of harmonization, changes in domestic policy approaches, and capacity-building efforts.
See book for full chapter. The international trade system.